The Grace of God Dallas Greenaway - 7/3/2022 Psalm 103:1-22 Audio Sermon Notes (PDF) Ask a Question SERMON SUMMARYGod’s grace permeates the entire Christian life. From forgiveness once and for all to our daily breath, all of life is a gift from God. Yet, we easily miss that he is relentlessly gracious with us, satisfying our every deepest need. How might our perspective and way of life change if we recognized God’s grace with each new day? David wrote Psalm 103 as a psalm of remembrance. David is remembering all that God has done for him and for the people of God. The cry of David’s soul in this psalm is to “Bless the Lord” with all that is in him. Today, we are invited to consider God’s grace in our own lives and respond to him in gratitude as we come face-to-face with God’s grace. SERMON SCREENSHOTS & KEY POINTSPsalm 103:1-22“What we believe about God is the most important thing about us.” A. W. Tozer“God relentlessly offers grace to people who do not deserve it, or seek it, or even appreciate it after they have been saved by it.” Tim KellerGrace is God’s kindness on the undeserving. Grace is God giving the greatest treasure to the least deserving, which is every one of us.Grace is an unmerited gift from God in any form.What is your response when you come face-to-face with God’s grace?God’s grace reveals that we are needier than we know. God’s grace meets all of our deepest needs.God’s grace is greater than we have categories for. Jesus is grace in the flesh.God’s grace must be met with a response. *We are a church located in Greenville, South Carolina. Our vision is to see God transform us into a community of grace passionately pursuing life and mission with Jesus.