What does it mean to be saved? Through Christ, God’s glory has fallen on us like the dawn of a new day, casting light on all the unimaginable benefits that are ours in him. And salvation’s benefits are more than what we are saved from but whom we were saved for. When he gives life to the dead and blessing for the cursed, protection for the helpless and freedom for the enslaved, at each turn—we see him. Salvation is God-in-Person. Join us in studying its many facets as we trace the "scattered beams" of God Our Savior.

Teaching

Reading Plan

These daily readings will help prepare you for the upcoming teaching you will hear this weekend at Grace Church. These passages will create some context for the sermon by showing you Scriptures the author might be quoting and some passages that contain related ideas. Our hope is that as you follow this reading plan, it will help you become more defined and directed by Scripture.

Salvation’s benefits are more than what we are saved from but whom we were saved for. 

Study Questions

  • WEEK 1: God Our Savior

    View

  • WEEK 2: Dead to Alive

    View

  • WEEK 3: Guilty to Justified

    View

  • WEEK 4: Cursed to Blessed

    View

  • WEEK 5: Estranged to Reconciled

    View

  • WEEK 6: Enslaved to Freed

    View

  • WEEK 7: Longing to Satisfied

    View

  • WEEK 8: Unclean to Clean

    View

  • WEEK 9: Slaves to Sons

    View

  • WEEK 10: Ashamed to Honored

    View

  • WEEK 11: Broken to Healed

    View

  • WEEK 12: Foolish to Wise

    View

  • WEEK 13: Groaning to Glory

    View

  • WEEK 14: Helpless to Protected

    View

  • WEEK 15: Impoverished to Wealthy

    View

  • WEEK 16: Alien to Citizen

    View

  • WEEK 17: Dominated to Reigning

    View

  • WEEK 18: Blindness to Sight

    View

Downloads

Resources

Screen Shot 2019-09-19 at 2.29.39 PM.png
Screen Shot 2019-09-20 at 10.39.09 AM.png
Screen Shot 2019-10-03 at 8.47.16 AM.png
Screen Shot 2019-10-03 at 3.19.27 PM.png