Sermons on Salvation

Sermons on Salvation

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Coming To Jesus By Faith

Matthew 9:18-26 Two individuals come to Jesus for healing and find our Lord to be accessible and willing to hear their pleas and respond to their faith.

Dead and Made Alive!

Colossians 2:13-15. What does being filled in Christ include? Life, forgiveness, removal of the record of debt, victory over spiritual rulers and authorities who oppose Christ.

When The Fullness Of Time Had Come

Galatians 4:1-11. Now that we are heirs, we are no longer slaves. What does this mean? How do we arrive at this point where we are now in God’s family? How did we receive the Spirit?

Abraham Believed God and was Counted Righteous

Galatians 3:6-9. Paul moves on in his defense of justification by faith alone to an example from the scriptures, the ultimate example of Abraham himself. The Jews believed that in order to be a child of God, one must first become a child of Abraham, and that required circumcision. Paul shows this to be in error and a wrong understanding of scripture by examining Abraham’s life.

I No Longer Live, Christ Lives In Me!

Galatians 2:20-21. Paul explains how it is that a man is justified by faith. How does it work. I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me!. What a monumental statement. This truth kills the no-lordship gospel, it kills the Arminian gospel. It is personal, it is for a particular people that Christ gave Himself. It is Jesus Himself who dwells in us, as self is dead to the law.…

He Who Calls By Grace

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!

Man-Pleaser, or Servant of Christ?

Galatians 1:10-15 Paul addresses the challenge false teachers have presented to his authority to preach the gospel by laying out his biography. Paul is a servant of Christ, as it is Christ Himself who revealed the gospel to Paul.