Amazing Grace

Blest are you among women and blest is the fruit of your womb ... Blest is she who trusted that the Lord's words to her would be fulfilled

Luke 1:45
Luke 1:39-45

Sermon Week/Year

Fourth Sunday of Advent,

Sermon Topic

Amazing Grace,

God’s amazing Grace had come to Mary in an unique and amazing form. But there would be no Christmas story, as we know it, if Mary had refused to accept God’s amazing Grace. Mary’s trust in God and in the power of His amazing Grace is an absolutely essential element of the Incarnation Story. “Blest is she who trusted that the Lord’s words to her would be fulfilled” (Lk.l:45).

John Newton, who lived in the Eighteenth Century, is remembered for the beautiful ways in which he expressed his appreciation of the Grace of God. There are times when you run out of words, your sentence structure begins to break down, and you still haven’t said it all. That is when John Newton would begin to sing about God’s Grace. His first hymns were published in 1779, just three years after the Declaration of Independence. He was a contemporary of the American Founding Fathers and he participated in the slave trade of the time. John…

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