“GRACE.” What is the grace of God? The grace of God says you serve God; because you’re saved, not order to be saved. You love people because you’re saved, and not in order to be saved. You’re not trying to keep a legalistic system, you’re responding to a system of love and peace. What is grace? It’s what someone gives us out of the goodness of his heart, not out of the perfection of ours. The story of grace is good news that says that when we come, he gives. That’s what grace is. Grace is a pleasant surprise. Grace is a kind gesture. Grace is something you did not expect. It is something you certainly could never earn. But grace is something you’d never turn down. You know what happens when someone really tastes the forgiving and liberating grace of God? Someone who tastes God’s grace is the hardest worker, the most morally pure individual, and the person most willing to forgive. Alway s remember that Jesus says, “My grace is deeper than your sins.” (PRAYER), how holy and great is your premise. You’v e been so good to us, but somehow, Father, we find things about which to complain even though we’v e been given life eternal. Renew our vision; help us to see heaven. Help us to be busy about the right business - - the business of serving you. If we just stay focus on His word, we will be ok.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Save The Date: Here we go making history again in the city.
The Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerance will present to the city for the very first time, Friday May 27, 2011, Aubry L. Stone President of the California Black Chamber and Keynote Speaker, Master of Ceremony Dr. Robert Gains, Chairman of the California Black Chamber and Installation Ceremony Ron Busby President of the Uni ted States Black Chamber, Inc. You are invited to share in the Madam C. J. Walker Luncheon. To attend, members $50.00 and non members $60.00.
For more information call (951) 443–0226, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.mvbcc.org RSVP by May 15, 2011.
On April 16, 2011 one of the city’s longtime residents, Frances Holland went to her heavenly home. As a city we wish to thank her family for sharing Frances with us and we do send our prayers out to the family. This past week Cathedral of Praise International Ministries celebrated the life of Nathaniel Williams on Thursday April 21, 2011, uncle Nate was raised in “Bell Town,” a section of Rubidoux in Riverside. He will truly be missed by all, and our prayers go out to the family.
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