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This is the final talk of the series for the first portion of Romans. Pete looks at the life of Abraham and how he not only had faith, but Trusted God.
Hans teaches the Oaks from Acts 15, where the Jerusalem Council is convened to affirm salvation by Grace alone.
Jesus came to have a relationship with all people. Jesus is not interested in haughty, arrogant religion that excludes him.
1. We cannot be Justified by Our Good Works: but God justifies the ungodly who believe (vs1-8). 2. We cannot be Justified through Religious Rituals (i.e. being or becoming a Jew): but God justifies all who believe (vs9-12). 3. We cannot be Justified by Observing God’s Law: but God’s promise is based on grace and guaranteed to all who believe (vs13-17). 4. We are Justified by Faith in Jesus Christ: as we believe in God who raised Jesus our Lord from the dead (vs16-25). 5. So Walk in the Footsteps of Faith ● Believe in God and be justified through faith in Jesus Christ. ● Be fully convinced of God’s promise and God’s Power. ● Grow strong in the faith amidst our weaknesses and trials, as we give glory to God.
Greg shares today about how the old nature is not good. As the Israelites wandered in the desert for 40 years, they had not practised circumcision. They were required to do it again to show their commitment to God. How are we to do that today?
In 6:11-18, Paul concludes with one final gospel appeal. In his appeal, he reiterates 5 main themes that he wishes to impress on the minds of the Galatians so that the gospel remains central and sufficient in their lives and churches. In v. 18, Paul reiterates the priority of grace for the Christian faith and life.
In 6:11-18, Paul concludes with one final gospel appeal. In his appeal, he reiterates 5 main themes that he wishes to impress on the minds of the Galatians so that the gospel remains central and sufficient in their lives and churches. In v. 16, which we will study today, Paul reiterates the blessings of the gospel for the people of God.