All that we experience in our life in Christ, beginning with salvation is by grace through faith. Paul shares with us what the Lord Jesus has done for us - both Jews and Gentiles. He has made us one - in Jesus there is neither Greek nor Jew (Galatians 3:28). The middle wall of separation, the law of commandments contained in ordinances has been abolished. We, both Jews and Gentiles are now one new man following the Lord Jesus and His Word for us. This has been made possible through the what Jesus accomplished on the Cross.
We discover in Ephesians 2, our position in Christ, that we live out of this life in Christ by grace through faith, and the amazing truths of being His workmanship, belonging to the family, and being a dwelling place of God.
While everything in the Christian life is “by grace through faith”, God has placed some responsibility on us to appropriate that unlimited grace and walk in it, in daily life. On this episode we address a few more selected areas in every day life, and learn how the grace of God applies to that area.
While everything in the Christian life is “by grace through faith”, God has placed some responsibility on us to appropriate that unlimited grace and walk in it, in daily life. On this episode we address a few selected areas in every day life, and learn how the grace of God applies to that area.
While the truth about God's amazing grace is so wonderful and powerful, there have been some misunderstanding about God's grace. In this episode we address some of these misconceptions.
It is the grace of God that brings salvation. Christ’s death on the cross, burial and resurrection is an expression of God’s grace toward us.
God’s mercy and grace flow together. They are unlimited and are available for us. His grace makes us whole, giving us the power to forgive ourselves for our mistakes, and empowering us to forgive our worst offenders. His grace brings us to a place of unlimited love toward God and toward people. On this episode we examine the lives of men touched by the grace of God.
God relates to us out of His grace, accepting us, doing things for us, giving things to us, which we may not expect and which we do not deserve. Religion requires. Grace empowers! Truth without grace leaves us with a religion that requires but does not empower. It leaves us with a religion that is oppressive and burdensome. On this episode, we study the various facets of his Grace.