Gospel Grace Church Sermon Audio

Synopsis

Gospel Grace Church exists as a church to honor God by making gospel-centered, grace-saturated disciples of Jesus Christ.

Episodes

  • Jonah  Micah

    Jonah & Micah

    21/06/2020 Duration: 33min

    Jonah - Speaker: Joe Skinner - Jonah and Micah are two very unique books in that they show the compassion of God to all nations and the merciful restoration and hope God will bring in the face of impending judgment through his deliverer who will be born in Bethlehem and bring peace to all nations.

  • The Servant King

    The Servant King

    21/06/2020 Duration: 51min

    Philippians 2:1-11 - Speaker: Will Galkin - Paul writes to the church of Philippi with much love in his heart for them. Throughout the epistle he shares his love for the church by saying things like, “I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy” (Phil. 1:3-4) and “I hold you in my heart” (Phil 1:7). Yet, when one reads the book of Philippians, they realize that there was a tension among the believers that threatened the unity of the church. Paul desired a unity in the church so that the individual members would link their arms together and advance the gospel of Christ. For the gospel to advance effectively, believers must cooperate together. Without unity the church will struggle to advance the gospel. Christians, we are better together. Today’s text takes the foundational truth from last week’s sermon, Christians are better together, and adds a very important lesson. There can be no unity without humility. Additionally, the text answ

  • Portraits of Heavenly Citizens

    Portraits of Heavenly Citizens

    14/06/2020 Duration: 39min

    Philippians 1:27-30 - Speaker: Josh Macavoy - In writing to Philippian believers, Paul was addressing a city extremely proud of it’s status as a Roman civilization. Roman citizenship was a primary source of identity, with associated benefits and privileges. Into this context, Paul commands the Philippian believers to grasp their status as Heavenly citizens, and also live in a worthy manner of that eternal kingdom. But what does it mean to live worthy? How do I know if I am doing a good job? What does this even look like? Read Philippians 1:27-30 in preparation for our continued study of this book. See if you can find three illustrations of how a Heavenly citizen is supposed to live. "Only let your manner of life be worthy of the gospel of Christ, so that whether I come and see you or am absent, I may hear of you that you are standing firm in one spirit, with one mind striving side by side for the faith of the gospel, and not frightened in anything by your opponents. This is a clear sign to them of their destr

  • To Live is Christ

    To Live is Christ

    07/06/2020 Duration: 40min

    Philippians 1:18-26 - Speaker: Jon Kopp - In this weekend's text, the Apostle Paul shows us the essence of life itself. "For me to live is Christ and to die is gain." Our passage contains some of of the most well-known verses in our Bibles, and with them Paul says, "Life is Christ." Christ is the definition of life itself. And with Christ defining Paul's life, he can face any uncertainty with confidence, purpose and joy. May we find the same thing as we meditate on these precious words of our Lord. Perhaps these words from several hundred years ago, could guide your prayer in preparation for this Sunday's message. "As I arise today, may the strength of God pilot me, the power of God uphold me, the wisdom of God guide me. May the eye of God look before me, the ear of God hear me, the word of God speak for me. May the hand of God protect me, the way of God lie before me, the shield of God defend me, the host of God save me. May Christ shield me today. Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ i

  • Amos  Obadiah

    Amos & Obadiah

    07/06/2020 Duration: 31min

    Amos - Speaker: Joe Skinner - Does God care about social justice? Will he tolerate our wrongful actions toward others? We will explore these questions as we look through the book of Amos and Obadiah and find that God cares about how his people act toward others, and will bring judgment and justice by establishing his kingdom, and not just for Israel, but for all nations.

  • What’s the Big Deal About Church Membership?

    What’s the Big Deal About Church Membership?

    07/06/2020 Duration: 30min

    - Speaker: Jordan Allen - In a culture in which the theme is to chuck the institution in favor of organic relationships, does membership in a local church really matter? Is it a big deal? What does the Bible have to say? In this class, we'll talk about where church membership is in the Bible and why it's such a big deal. What we'll find is that it's nothing short of one of the safeguards God has intended to keep the purity of both the gospel and gospel people.

  • What is the Fear of God?

    What is the Fear of God?

    07/06/2020 Duration: 29min

    - Speaker: John Moon - Learning to fear God rather than man is the single greatest remedy to the problem of the fear of Man. Because the fear of man must be replaced with the fear of God. Not the ungodly fear of God which leads the rebel to hide in fear like Adam and Eve, but the godly fear that the Spirit of God works in us to draw us to him with a profound sense of awe and trust.

  • Understanding Trouble

    Understanding Trouble

    31/05/2020 Duration: 36min

    James 1:1-5 - Speaker: Steve Pettit - Isolation is a time of testing and temptation. We discover that we are more sinful than we thought and that we are not as spiritual as we thought. It’s a time of self-discovery! But we’re not the first Christians to experience social isolation. When James wrote his letter, he wrote to Christians in the dispersion, or spread out throughout the Roman empire. They too were isolated. So James opens his letter with some wisdom and instruction for all Christians in times of testing. May God give us hearts of wisdom during these times of testing.

  • What is the Fear of Man?

    What is the Fear of Man?

    31/05/2020 Duration: 33min

    - Speaker: John Moon - This lesson introduces the topic of the Fear of Man. We begin by exploring what the fear of man looks like in our lives and in our culture, what we have been called to (fearing God and loving others), how we have lost this focus, and how we can begin to reestablish the fear of God in our lives and regain a right perspective about ourselves and others.

  • What Makes a Church a Church

    What Makes a Church a Church

    31/05/2020 Duration: 25min

    - Speaker: Jordan Allen - Am I the church? Is my family the church? What about a group that gathers for a weekly Bible study? Or, to put it another way, what must you have in order to be a church? In this class, we talk through the historical marks of the church as well as some biblical definitions of the local church so that we can discern the absolutely necessary components that make a local church a church.

  • Responding to the Work of God

    Responding to the Work of God

    24/05/2020 Duration: 48min

    Philippians 1:1-18 - Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Philippians is a book that focuses on the gospel. Paul repeats the word “gospel” over and over again, using it six times in the first chapter alone. While imprisoned in Rome, Paul was reflecting upon the ministry that had taken place in the city of Philippi. It was an urban context where the gospel was proclaimed, it took root, and bore precious fruit in the years that followed. It all started on the riverbank where a prayer meeting was being held, and from there, the gospel continued to spread. The good news, the message of hope and life even made it down to the city’s innermost prison. The Gospel was powerfully changing people and a church was ultimately established. You can almost picture Paul sitting in his Roman imprisonment reflecting on the amazing work of God. God had done some really incredible things in Philippi, and he can do the same today right here in Salt Lake City through the power of the gospel. May he encourage our hearts with his great work o

  • A Fourth Century Case Study for City Ministry - Basil the Great, Part 3

    A Fourth Century Case Study for City Ministry - Basil the Great, Part 3

    24/05/2020 Duration: 31min

    - Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In this session we look at the applications of a historical figure engaged in city ministry and look to the scriptures to consider practical applications of timeless truths for the priority of preaching and evangelism, prophetic discourse, and practical applications of care for social needs.

  • The Major Prophets

    The Major Prophets

    24/05/2020 Duration: 29min

    Isaiah - Speaker: Jonathan Jarrett - This is an introductory course to the Old Testament. In each class, we'll develop a framework for understanding the historical setting, biblical themes and principles of interpretation for each book. This series will focus on the wisdom literature and major prophets. NOTE: This lesson covers all the major prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel and Daniel)

  • Gods Will  Free Will

    God's Will & Free Will

    24/05/2020 Duration: 29min

    - There are many historical debates about God's sovereign will and its relation to humanity's ability to make free choices. Arminianism, Calvinism, and Open Theism are three positions within evangelicalism that attempt to explain how Scripture handles this.

  • Changing Your Life

    Changing Your Life

    24/05/2020 Duration: 25min

    John 11:35 - Speaker: Len Allen - We'll study how Bible study can lead to blessings and life-changing actions in application and sharing the discovered truths.

  • Wait on the Lord

    Wait on the Lord

    17/05/2020 Duration: 52min

    Isaiah 40:1-31 - Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In Isaiah 40, the people were teetering on the edge of despair. It was as though the ships bearing their dreams had sailed out of sight and all that was good had been taken from their lives. Perhaps they thought, “There goes my hope. There goes my happiness. All I can look forward to now is one long death sentence.” But when our thoughts fall that way, what does God do? He comes with a message of consolation and comfort. To all who are oppressed and afflicted, to those who have shattered dreams and failing hopes, God comes with a message of comfort. He offers strength to the weary and endurance to the fainting. May the Lord help us to wait on him and be renewed this morning.

  • Wisdom Books, Part 3  Major Prophets

    Wisdom Books, Part 3 & Major Prophets

    17/05/2020 Duration: 29min

    Ecclesiastes - Speaker: Jonathan Jarrett - This is an introductory course to the Old Testament. In each class, we'll develop a framework for understanding the historical setting, biblical themes and principles of interpretation for each book. This series will focus on the wisdom literature and major prophets. 

  • A Fourth Century Case Study of City Ministry - Basil the Great, Part 2

    A Fourth Century Case Study of City Ministry - Basil the Great, Part 2

    17/05/2020 Duration: 30min

    - Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In this session we will look at the implications of Basil the Great's city ministry methodology and see if there are wise applications in current ministry contexts.

  • The Meditation and Application

    The Meditation and Application

    17/05/2020 Duration: 22min

    Psalm 3:1-8 - Speaker: Len Allen - We will look at finding truths in our study and then bringing them into life actions.

  • Suffering and the Will of God

    Suffering and the Will of God

    17/05/2020 Duration: 30min

    - Speaker: Alex Morrison - Where does suffering fit within God's will? God is sovereign over every situation and outcome in our lives and he uses trials for a specific purpose - to bring glory to his name.

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