This message surveys the key words and passages we use when speaking of Biblical justification. It also identifies some key errors that arise when various camps speak of this topic.
Discover what made the difference for Abraham through disillusion, trial, and obscurity. He honoured God faithfully, and that because of his faith. God expects us to trust Him even when we don’t see the end; that is the secret to Christian endurance.
Join us for our first study in Hebrews 11, and consider both what faith is and how it works. We will find it to act on what is future and invisible, yet it is no less real than what we see or feel. It is firmly rooted in God.
Purpose and Content of the Book Jude began writing his letter as an exposition of our common salvation. It may have been similar in theme to 1 Peter. But, by the leading of God’s Spirit, Jude’s emphasis turns polemical, addressing the error and erring that existed in his day. Thus, the final product looks much […]
*The following is more of a sermon outline than it is an article. Though not exhaustive, may it be used to stir up thoughts of Christ in each of these passages. An Overview of the Uses of “Captain” in Scripture Acts 3:15 – The Captain of Life Acts 5:31 – The Captain Exalted Hebrews 2:10 […]