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More than Enough Grace - September 10, 2017

 
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This sermon concludes our series on "More than Enough," with "More than Enough Grace." Pastor Donald compares the analogy of breaking his glasses with the rescinding of DACA, and then uses that as a spring board to talk about the parable of the unforgiving slave and how it relates to both and has relevance for our lives today. Many are waiting and wondering if grace will be shown. But while we wait for the answer, whether it's an answer from our optometrist, the government, or our Lord, we hold onto the truth that there is more than enough grace in the God we serve. And knowing this reality should immensely impact and shape how we interact with others and how we are treated by others each and every day.