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Believers Forming A Community

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at King’s Grace Fellowship.Acts 2:41-47 The Ecclesia In Jerusalem All baptized believers (3,000 +) Devoted to teaching and fellowship (koinonia) All the believers met together in one place Shared or sold stuff to share with all Communion in homes, with meals Great joy and generosity People being saved each day

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How Gentiles Got Saved

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, February 28, 2019 at King’s Grace Fellowship.Acts 10:1-8,28-31,34-48; Matthew 28:18 Cornelius; A Roman Army Officer Peter, no one as impure or unclean God shows no favoritism In every nation & language group Go into all the world (save, disciple, obey) There is peace with God The Holy Spirit poured out They were baptized

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What Are You Getting From Jesus

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at King’s Grace Fellowship.Acts 3 Peter Heals A Crippled Beggar 3:00 prayer service, Jewish Two are better than one combined faith They didn’t have money with them YWAM (Youth Without Money) Give people what you have What are you getting from Jesus How much time are you spending with Him?

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Obedience = Love

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at King’s Grace Fellowship.John 15:9-14; Exodus 4:24-26; John 14:21-26 Moses Heads Back To Egypt On the way back Lord confronted him Zipporah saved Moses Moses failed to obey God Do You And I Accept His Commands? Obedience leads to relationship Make our home with them Anyone who doesn’t love me Remain In My Love Remain in obedience So you will have joy

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Christ’s Life In Us Transcends All Circumstances

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at King’s Grace Fellowship.John 16:32-33; Philippians 1:1-25 Many Trials And Sorrows Take heart Elders & deacons His work in you will be finished Special place in my heart Love you with tender compassion Love overflowing What really matters Fruit of your salvation Grow & experience the joy

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Praying With Paul – # 8

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A message by Pastor Bill Mann on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at King’s Grace Fellowship.Colossians 1:3-20 We are studying the how’s, whys and what’s of Paul’s prayers. The Bible of course will always be our chief source of information and inspiration that continues to shape our prayer life as we study the prayers that are recorded. One way this takes place is the more we learn about God, His ways, and His perspectives, the more we increase our understanding of basic theology and of prayer. Yet another way our prayer life grows can be very specific. Imagine learning to barter in prayer with Abraham, or to argue in prayer with Moses, perhaps even to sing with David. What would it look like to pray the prayer Jesus Himself taught us? And of course, to learn to pray with Paul. D.A Carson says: . . . we must ask ourselves how far the petitions we commonly present to God are in line with what Paul prays for. Suppose, for example, that 80 or 90 percent of our petitions ask God for good health, recovery from illness, safety on the road, a good job, success in exams, the emotional needs of our … Read more »

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What Does Living Righteously Look Like?

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 at King’s Grace Fellowship.1 John 3:1-17 We Are The Father’s Children What we shall be, like Him All who have this expectation will keep pure Doing what is right Are not planning to sin Children of God, children of the devil Live righteously, love others Love proves we are alive and not dead Enough money to live on and shows no compassion

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Mary The Worshiper

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A message by Pastor Gordon Johnson on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at King’s Grace Fellowship.Luke 1:38-56; John 4:21-24 Mary Gets Out Of Town EinKerem near Jerusalem Elizabeth, filled with the Spirit Blessed above all women You are blessed because you believed The Song Rejoices in God my Savior All generations will call me blessed The conversations they must have had

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Praying With Paul – #7

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A message by Pastor Bill Mann on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at King’s Grace Fellowship.1 Thessalonians 3:9–13 Paul’s Prayer Was A Product of Passion For People Paul’s prayer comes out of his intense desire to be with the Thessalonians Paul’s prayer comes from a passionate affection that seeks the good of others Paul’s prayer springs from the good reports of the Thessalonians’ faith, love, perseverance, and strength Paul’s Prayer: A Continuing Passion for People (3:9–13) Paul prayers with a rich thankfulness for the people of God (3:9) Paul is always praying (3:10) Paul prays that God would allow him to return to them. (3:11) Paul prays that Jesus would make the Thessalonians increase and be fruitful in love towards each other and everyone else

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Praying With Paul – #6

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A message by Pastor Bill Mann on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at King’s Grace Fellowship. Let me start out with a short review of this teaching series.  Paul was grateful for the tangible growth he saw in people, and he wanted them to continue to grow.  So, his prayer in 2 Thessalonians 1:11–12 was that they would live a life worthy of the calling they had received fromGod.  Paul shows an incredible heart for people as he prays for people which is a wonderful example for us to follow. Praying For Others The thing I notice about Paul is his incredible love for people. One can hear it in the language he chooses to use. We have all heard people jokingly say things like, “I love the church, I just can’t stand the people.” (probably not a real joke) For me, the church is people. We are not called to love a building, Church programs, outreaches, and every other kind of activity that a church could come up with. But we are called to love people. The whole idea of a pastor’s pulpit ministry should be designed to help people. To rebuke them as or if needed, encourage them when … Read more »

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