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.
But, as Paul Tripp explains here, all of our doing and all of our busyness can sometimes cloud reality. We can, sometimes, pretend we’re “not that bad” because we’re doing so much. We try to convince ourselves and others around us that we’re righteous and we’re “okay”.
But, citing Tripp, “Whenever you minimize what sin does, you devalue grace.” And whenever grace is devalued and what Christ accomplished on the cross is defaced, the gospel is lost.
The Sermon, “It Is Finished: Good News For A Worn-Out World” by Paul Tripp
“It Is Finished: Good News for a Worn-Out World”
Originally delivered 19 February 2015
At the 2015 Liberate Conference
At Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Text: Titus 3:3-8
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