Throughout his political career, William Wilberforce was addicted to God’s grace and goodness. Wilberforce seemed to possess an anointing for spreading God’s grace by way of political legislation, social reform, and charitable donations.
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An excellent and eloquent quote by the theologian, Jacques d’Étaples, on the “unspeakable greatness of that exchange” of Christ on our behalf. Please feel free to use this quote image to share and spread the word on your social media!
Living under leaders who do not honor God is a difficult reality, but it’s a reality given to us with specific instruction from God’s Word to trust God’s sovereign wisdom. This calling is currently becoming more difficult than we’ve ever known, yet more crucial than ever.
A quote graphic of Jack Miller’s quote on the importance of keeping church from becoming a comfortable club and instead moving people with the comfort disrupting, compelling message of the grace of Jesus Christ.
While a ninety-six percent on a college English paper is a satisfying result, that grade is still a convicting failure in the eyes of the law. Fortunately for us, Jesus fulfilled the letter of the law to every iota and still bore the torment intended for us in order to purchase our redemption.
Whenever someone asks, “How are you doing?” the normal response nowadays is, “Busy…super busy.” And that busyness has become a staple and substitute in modern society for importance. The busier you the more important you must be.
This quote / excerpt is from Sinclair Ferguson’s book, “The Whole Christ” which looks at “The Marrow Controversy” from back in the day. This excerpt speaks to the sneaky way conditionalism can sneak into our thoughts on grace and salvation through Jesus and distorts our view of God’s character.
What if we were able to know the truth about God and how He relates to us? We looked at misconceptions about God being grumpy, as well as the undeniable truth that God is happy. So to wrap up, let’s get clear on how our righteousness before him actually works out.
What if we were able to know the truth about God and how He relates to us? We finished looking at the misconceptions that lead us to believe God is grumpy, but now what if you’re told we serve an undeniably happy God? Even in our sin and his grief, he is happy.
Let’s look at a set of tiny but extremely important words in scripture: “But God…” In this, Lance continues to walk us through practical applications of scripture passages in an effort to help us understand and apply our Bible studies in relevant, everyday-life, immediate ways.
In the latest “TweetSeries” we had Brad Gray share some nuggets of truth and wisdom on the amazing and boundless topic of grace! Check em out, show some “hearts” and join in the convo!
God’s reach of grace is not hindered by your past, nor is it shortened on account of your sin…even for terrorists. It’s understandable to hate, fear, and pray against what ISIS is doing. But, what if we as believers were praying FOR the people of ISIS? What could that do?
Our God is King and Lord. He is in control and sovereign over all things, even the salvation and suffering of His saints. This is a difficult truth for some, yet it is a foundational truth for fully understanding and appreciating the gospel story.
Do you believe the Christian life can be lived alone? Lance makes a biblical case for why, if you are a Christian, you will be a member of a local church. No exceptions. Do you agree? What’s your experience with this?