Grace in 3-D
Grace not only marks the beginning of the Christian life, it sanctifies us and secures for us a future glory where the very presence of sin will be removed from our lives. Grace frees us to put off the ways of our old self, and put on all that is ours in Christ. In Titus 2, Paul encourages believers to walk in the good works that God has prepared for us, not because it earns our acceptance with God, but because we already have acceptance with God through the finished work of Christ on the cross.
Topics: Grace, Sanctification, Glorification, Christian Living, Gospel
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