The Mechanics of Justification
We are all tempted to live by false doctrines of justification. A life marked by this approach is exhausting and relentless, requiring that we never stop performing or trying to prove ourselves. The good news of Romans 3 offers hope and explains that justification by faith is different. Jesus has done everything to purchase our redemption and accomplish our justification; there is nothing left for us to earn! God’s wrath was poured out and satisfied through Christ’s sacrifice, and believers can rest looking to Jesus as Savior.
Power in Weakness
In 2 Corinthians 12, Paul recounts the gospel paradox: power in weakness. We experience God's grace and see his ...
Don't Forget This!
In verses 5–7 of his epistle, Jude issues a stern warning about disregarding God’s established boundaries. Men, women, and even ...
Reason for Writing
The relativism of our age would have us think that we can believe whatever we want and do whatever feels ...