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Sermon: Grace Abounds

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Introduction

Grace is a special gift that God gives us, and there’s plenty for everyone. Let’s explore what this love means, how it changes our lives, and how we can share it with others.

What is Grace

Grace is a gift that we don’t have to earn or deserve. It’s like a big hug from God, full of kindness and favor. We don’t have to be perfect; God loves us just as we are.

Bible Verse: “God’s love is a gift. We don’t have to do anything special to get it.” – Ephesians 2:8-9

How Much Love God Has

God’s love is so big; it never runs out. No matter what mistakes we make, God’s love is always there, ready to forgive and help us. It’s more than enough for everyone, and it never stops.

Bible Verse: “Even when we make mistakes, God’s love keeps growing bigger.” – Romans 5:20

God’s Love Saves Us

The most amazing part of God’s love is that it saves us. God sent His Son, Jesus, to rescue us because He loves us so much. This gift of love brings forgiveness and eternal life to everyone who believes.

Bible Verse: “God’s love gives us a way to be saved and have eternal life.” – Titus 2:11 IV.

Sharing Love with Others

Since we’ve received so much love from God, we can share it with others. We can be kind, forgive, and help people, showing them the same love God gave us. This makes God’s love spread like sunshine.

Bible Verse: “Because God loves us, we can love others too.” – Colossians 3:13

Feeling Free with God’s Love

God’s love makes us feel free. It takes away any guilt or shame and helps us understand that we’re special because God loves us. We don’t have to worry about being perfect; we can just be ourselves.

Bible Verse: “God’s love makes us free. We don’t have to feel bad anymore.” – Galatians 5:1

Conclusion

So, let’s remember that God’s love is like a big, never-ending gift. As we understand it, share it with others, and feel free because of it, we can make the world a better place. God’s love is for everyone, and there’s always more to go around. Amen.

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