Replicated Grace

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Grace, Unmatched

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The promise and good news of Easter isn’t about what God has done, it’s about what God is still doing. It’s about God’s replicated grace, unending, and unmatched. He is risen!

REPLICATED GRACE: Grace in a Broken Jar

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The disciples were losing hope of Jesus’ future after a successful start to the week, which began with shouts of Hosanna! But in the breaking and pouring of a jar of alabaster over the head of Christ, the week begins to shift.

REPLICATED GRACE: Grace in Desperation

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In the healing of the woman and the child, we see that God is willing to go against social and cultural norms to offer restoration, reconciliation, and new life to all.

REPLICATED GRACE: Grace in Fear

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The story of Samuel going behind Saul to anoint David is not simply a call to follow God’s will into dangerous places against un-faithful kings, but should also be understood as God’s call to seek leadership in the left out and unexpected.

REPLICATED GRACE: Grace in the Darkness

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The story of Job calls us to remember that the darkness that mimics the grave – a place where in we think there is no hope, no life, no light, and no future – is the very place God brings forth new life for all.

REPLICATED GRACE: The Challenge and Possibility of Prophetic Witness

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People of faith would do well to identify with either Jeremiah or Ebedmelech or both… because both are Strong in faith, Discerning in proclamation, Courageous in witness, and Persistent in good deeds.

REPLICATED GRACE: Grace in Lost Identity

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Jesus travels to what was considered an unclean territory where he meets a man possessed by unclean spirits who lived in an unclean place. In that place, the man whose identity was lost, encounters God’s love in a way that gives him a new life.