God With Us -  CD Series

God With Us CD Series

Complete Series
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God With Us
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The Indescribable Gift of Grace
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The Celebrity-ship of Jesus Christ
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Blessed are the Spiritually Persecuted
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Pursuing the Blessed Life
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Understanding the concept of God's presence in our daily lives can be a challenge, however grasping the significance of His dwelling is life changing. His grace, His holiness and His blessings are more then we can fully comprehend. In this series, God With Us, Tony Evans delves into key scriptures to unpack the significance of a life lived under the complete authority and rule of a Holy God.

#1 – God with Us (Colossians 1:15-20): With each Christmas season, there are many people who hear about the life of Christ and come to the conclusion that He was nothing more than a glorified man who did good deeds. But the fact of the matter is that Christmas is about one thing: when God became man. Join Tony Evans as he looks at what the Bible has to say about Jesus from the very beginning and why He’s the only true cause to celebrate the at Christmas.

#2 – The Indescribable Gift of Grace (2 Corinthians 9:10-15): It’s a tragedy to have something of great value and not even know that you have it. That’s why, when Paul refers to God’s indescribable gift in 2 Corinthians, Tony Evans wants you to know all about this gift called grace. Learn all about the greatest gift ever given and how God used His Son to pre-qualify everyone who is willing to accept it.

#3 – The Celebrity-ship of Jesus Christ (Philippians 2:5-11): While the fortune and fame of every Hollywood star will eventually fade away, there is One who was born thousands of years ago whose name is still talked about to this day. He who could have come promoting wealth and power instead chose to be born in a manger as a servant to all. In this lesson, Tony Evans discusses the greatest celebrity that ever entered into human history—He who was capable of fulfilling the role of a sinless substitute.

#4 – Blessed are the Spiritually Persecuted (Matthew 5:10): It may not make sense to associate a blessing with hardship, but that’s exactly what Jesus tells us in Matthew 5. You’re probably familiar with the beatitude, “Blessed are those who have been persecuted for the sake of righteousness,” but there is so much more to it than meets the eye. Experience the twice blessing you can expect to find in persecution and how it’s really an opportunity to rejoice rather than be let down.