Currently, most Americans (myself included!) are  notorious for over-using exclamations.  Things labeled "awesome" are hardly awe-inspiring; things labeled "fantastic" exist in reality & outside the confines of our minds.  But, due to our current vernacular, we understand exactly what those concepts mean in connection to the right context.  And that's good.

Along those lines, it's important we understand that the Good News of salvation-sure, of forgiveness-won, of afterlife-guaranteed in Jesus isn't just an over-used exclamation; it really is phenomenal - especially as that news hits our hearts & refreshes our spirits in his grace.

To read a sermon celebrating that phenomenal truth, please click here: Acts 16:25-34.

To listen to a sermon celebrating that phenomenal truth, please click here: Acts 16:25-34.

To follow along with a service outline celebrating that phenomenal truth, please click here: Epiphany 1.