Sermons on Grace
Matthew 5:3 Jesus lays out the only entry way to God’s kingdom.
Galatians 6:9-10. Finish well! Press on in your Christian faith.
Galatians 3:19-22 Why, if we are saved by grace, and God had already established His promise to save the children of faith, di God then go and add the law? Surely he changed his mind, right? He decided to add the law because His plan changed, right? Paul answers in exceptionally clear terms. No! The law was never given as a means of giving life. The law has a wholly other purpose. It is to reveal and even increase transgression.
Galatians 2:16 How can a man be right before the Lord? Paul rebukes Peter for falling back into thinking that adherence to the ceremonial law somehow justifies him before the Lord, and in one of the clearest statements in the New Testament, Paul stresses that justification is not in any way by works of the law, but by faith in Jesus Christ.
Galatians 1:15-24 Paul tells of his own conversion and doesn’t even mention faith. As He presents his salvation it is of Him who set Paul apart from before even his birth, who called by grace, who was pleased to reveal His Son, the Lord Jesus, to Paul, or rather, in Paul!
1 Peter 3:18, Romans 5:1-11, Revelation 20:11-15 Ten out of ten people die! That’s a fact. That means that you and I are headed to a certain end in this life. Death will come! After death, God tells us that the next thing on the horizon for us is Judgment. Jesus made it clear that there will be two resurrections: one unto life, one to judgment. So which one are you headed for? God has provided the one and only…
Luke 23:35-43 The crowd has multiple responses to Jesus on the cross from curiosity to mocking, but of all those present to see Jesus on the cross, we see one man saved.
Luke 23:32-34. As our Lord is nailed to a Roman cross, we read the first of His seven sayings on the cross. From the moment the blood of our Savior’s cross began to flow, our Lord begins His work of intercession for His people.
Romans 8:1-8. There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Salvation has definite results in the life of a believer.