Unmerited Favor: Teaching Sermons On The Love And Grace Of God (Teaching Sermons Series) (Teaching Sermon Series)

Unmerited Favor: Teaching Sermons On The Love And Grace Of God (Teaching Sermons Series) (Teaching Sermon Series)

  • Publish Date: 1997-02-01
  • Binding: Paperback
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Every person is the recipient of God's ongoing expression of love and grace. Divine grace means that God brings human beings to wholeness, a new chance, or a new start. Farmer uses eight biblical characters to tell surprising stories of God's grace and the unusual situations in which God's grace is extended.

In Unmerited Favor: Teaching Sermons on the Love and Grace of God, the first volume in the Teaching Sermon Series, David Albert Farmer uses biblical characters to tell some surprising stories of God's grace. Each sermon emphasizes the pervasive nature of God's grace, the persons to whom God extends grace, and the unusual situations in which grace is extended to God's people. Unmerited Favor illustrates God's love and grace to: the mentally ill, the arrogant, a murderer, an unwilling servant, the physically ill, the dishonest, the sexually irresponsible, and one who is in difficult circumstances.

Unmerited Favor: Teaching Sermons on the Love and Grace of God will give special guidance to preachers who like to put together a teaching program of sermons.

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