Victory Christian Fellowship

Works of The Law or Works of Faith

Works of the Law, or Works of Faith? (Healing Faith!)- When we talk about receiving from God by grace through faith - whether it is divine healing or anything else – what is our part and what is God’s part? What is the difference between “works of the law” and “works of faith”? How do we know the difference? How do we move in the arena of grace and faith and receive the fullness of “God’s Riches At Christ’s Expense? Find out! Faith appropriates what grace has already provided. Through faith we accept God’s free gift of “salvation, healing, deliverance, preservation and soundness” that was provided by grace (the unmerited, undeserved, unearned favor of God toward man manifested primarily through the person and the finished work of Jesus Christ apart from any merit or works of man). God’s grace has already provided all spiritual blessings in Christ (Eph 1:3), and our faith reaches out to God and receives the benefits. We are not saved by grace alone. We are saved by grace through faith. Faith grants us admission to God’s grace. Without faith, God’s grace is wasted, and without grace, faith is powerless. Faith in God’s grace has to be released to receive what God has provided through Christ. “The promise depends on faith so that it can be experienced as a grace gift.” (Rom 5:2;4:16, TPT)
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