This summer 2021, Grace Bible Church debuted our Summers at Grace series:The Kingdom of God. You can find all of the sermons for this series here.This four-part series sought to better explain God's Kingdom plan. Following the last sermon on this series, Pastor Brandon Phillips hosted a live questions and answerssession where our congregation was able to clear any doubts....Keep Reading
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Unless you have been living under a rock, we live in a divided country. Sadly, those divisions have extended into Bible-teaching churches. We have chosen to take sides within the body of Christ on political topics of the day. We cannot ignore that one of the main divisions has been over Covid19. As such, there seem to be two main camps within our country and the church. The question is: how do we think critically to arrive at biblical responses to Covid19 and other questions facing the church?...
The coming kingdom reign of Christ should serve as motivation for our faithful service now as the church, and as each of us faces persecutions from Satan and the world...
Read the Introductory Post to this QA Series Can we, as New Testament believers, claim the promises made to Israel? For instance, in Ezekiel 36, the Lord is speaking to Israel about cleansing from idols. As New Testament believers, God has made incredible promises to us. He has promised us: Salvation from sin (Matt 1:21) Eternal Life (Matt 19:29; Jn 3:15-16) Justificat...Keep Reading
Read the Introductory Post to this QA Series Romans 11 seems to speak of 3 separate groups of people: the remnant Israel, whom God had foreknew, the Gentiles, and the nation Israel. Is that correct? Does God make a distinction between the remnant and the nation Israel, or does God consider them one? What does Paul mean in Romans 11:26 (All Israel will be saved)? Paul wro...Keep Reading
Read the Introductory Post to this QA Series In Ephesians 2:11-19, Paul says the following concerning the Gentiles who had professed Christ and were part of the church: Therefore, remember that formerly you, the Gentiles in the flesh, who are called "Uncircumcision" by the so-called "Circumcision," which is performed in the flesh by human handsremember that you were at t...Keep Reading
Read the Introductory Post to this QA Series Practically what differences are there, will there be, between a restored Israel and Gentile believers. Aren't both believers? Aren't both a part of The Church? What are the practical differences? Yes, both restored Israel and Gentiles who have trusted Jesus the Christ are believers. No one will enter the Kingdom of God withou...Keep Reading