This: “The fundamental truth about our salvation is this: salvation is not about what we do. We never earn our salvation. Eternal life is a gift of God in Christ Jesus. This is a biblical fact, not written in ink, but written in the very blood of Christ. We are forgiven because Christ chooses to forgive us, plain and simple. Jesus went to the cross, not to condemn us, but save us. Jesus loves us because love is the foundation of who Jesus is and what he does in our lives.” From Crosswalk.com………
This article gets into the important theological term “imputation.” It’s a fancy word for Christ’s righteousness being credited to us by God, and so it is not dependent on our actions, but only on God’s grace. From Beautiful Christian Life………………..
Here is the good part about God giving us the grace and faith to believe on Christ….dead people cannot decide to not be dead. If they are dead, then they need something (or Someone) outside of themselves to make them alive. And if you have any thoughts toward wanting to know God or wanting to believe that the whole thing about Christ dying for yu is true, that is because God is bringing your dead spirit to life! Please respond to Him when He is knocking! From Already, Not Yet…………………..
Steven Lawson: There may be no truth in the Bible more deeply loved and greatly cherished than the subject of the new birth. Here is the grace-centered message of a new beginning for those whose lives have been ruined by sin. Here is the life-changing truth that sinful men can be made new. When the new […]
The reason for this post is NOT political! But with all the bad news we hear about the refugees fleeing the Syrian war, it is good for once to hear about a refugee who found Christ in the middle of all that chaos. From BCNN1……………….
The dank shelter a young refugee mother and her family took in an abandoned building in Athens was not the European life they had envisioned.