Welcome to Grace For All network of bible classes and bible seminar recordings from previous presentations.  Our desire is to preach and teach God’s word in a manner helpful to all. It is only by God’s grace that we are allowed to participate in such an endeavor and we believe everyone is living today in the same grace, given to us by God’s perfect will which came to the earth by the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord, when He died for our sins, was buried, and was raised again for our justification. (Rom.4:24,25 & 1 Cor. 15: 3,4) Now that’s a great gospel!

Many men have preached this Amazing message of how God bestowed upon the world this great favor towards us, many men far better at it than I. But, as an old friend once told me, “but they can’t preach a better gospel than You!”

The root of this ministry begins with my salvation: at age 22, lost and seeing myself in need of a Savior, I trusted what Christ had done for me, believing He was the only hope for me (Oct., 1964). Then, in Jan. 1974, after doing everything the organized church told me I should do, I saw through the teaching of Bro. E.C. Moore of Pensacola, FL, that my time had been spent in vain and my study of the bible had been as nothing. What he taught me was not so much what he believed (although that is always the case with any teacher--if he didn’t believe it, he wouldn’t teach it), rather it was a bible prescribed method of study by “rightly dividing the word of truth.) Now if one can rightly divide he can also wrongly divide. Bro. Moore’s emphasis was always to “compare spiritual things with spiritual-- Scripture with Scripture.”

From about August of that year on, I have desired to preach and teach the things of the Word of God with those principles in mind: will Scripture prove Scripture and can it be studied this way?

We hope you can see this in the messages on this website.

Further, please take note that we believe and teach the King James Bible as the word of God without error or compromise for the English speaking world today.

Our biblical practice is to "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."-2 Tim.2:15. The reason to call ourselves Grace For All is that we want all who attend here to know not to trust in a man or men to decide the right or the wrong of doctrine. Rather, if we each study the word, then come together in one spirit with one mind, we can come to a complete understanding of how the Lord intends us to live our lives: 1.) " . . . to make all men see what is the fellowship of the mystery . . ."  Eph.3:9, and, 2.) make known through the word that "(God our Saviour) would have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth." - 1 Tim. 2: 4.

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Statement of Purpose

We at Grace For All are very much aware of who and what we are. As stated elsewhere we know that it is only by God’s marvelous grace that we are allowed the privilege of 1.) salvation; 2.) participation in a ministry. Therefore, it seems somehow imperative that we should state what our purpose is. We are a group of believers whose aim is to place the glory and praise upon He whom we worship, the Lord Jesus Christ. Phi.3:3 says that we “worship God in the spirit, and rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no confidence in the flesh.” By what means we can, we want to portray that.

 

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Friday
Aug202010

"Yes But, or But Now?"

The “Grace message” is a popular theme in churches today. I
discovered 1.4 million websites on just one search engine with the
phrase “Grace Church” in them. If you were to take a poll of churches/
preachers in America, and in that poll ask the question: Do you preach
the “grace message?” the vast majority would say, “yes, of course.” But
if you were to follow that question with: “What is the grace message?”
You, most likely, would get as many answers as you had respondents to
the question. In other words, there is great confusion over what this
message is.

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I disagree, I think that what Peter, James, and John are saying falls right in line with what Paul is saying. When James writes that "faith without works is dead," he isn't refereing to a condition put on our salvation rather he is simply saying that if you have true faith it will be manifested in works of love. In 1 John 3:18-24 John is not talking about qualifications for salvation, but once again it is a proof text. Look back in 1 John, what he writes throughout this letter is simply John telling his readers how they can be sure they know God. That is to love and obey His commandments. These aren't conditions, but proofs. A truly regenerate heart will be utterly different than the world, doing the works of God. I don't see a difference in the Gospel preached by Paul or these other NT writers.

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