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.
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