Enduring by Faith, Part 1

Moses—and other heroes of the faith—were willing to endure hardship because they trusted the unseen God. Does our faith equip us to do the same? Hebrews says that the world was not worthy of these men and women. Could the same be said of us as we live by faith today?

The Gracious & Merciful God, Part 2

If there is a distinction between grace and mercy—it is that God’s mercy speaks of his goodness to us in our misery and distress when we cannot save ourselves, while his grace speaks of his goodness to us in our guilt when we deserve only his punishment. In mercy God spares us destruction—and in grace he forgives us and makes his children, lavishing his kindness upon us.

The Gracious & Merciful God, Part 1

If there is a distinction between grace and mercy—it is that God’s mercy speaks of his goodness to us in our misery and distress when we cannot save ourselves, while his grace speaks of his goodness to us in our guilt when we deserve only his punishment. In mercy God spares us destruction—and in grace he forgives us and makes his children, lavishing his kindness upon us.

Devoted to Good Works, Part 2

Ultimately, the gospel will mean that God’s people will be devoted to doing good works. Those works don’t save us—but they are the natural result of our salvation. Those who refuse to live in this way have clearly not been transformed by God’s kindness.

Devoted to Good Works, Part 1

Ultimately, the gospel will mean that God’s people will be devoted to doing good works. Those works don’t save us—but they are the natural result of our salvation. Those who refuse to live in this way have clearly not been transformed by God’s kindness.

Transformed by the Mercy of God, Part 2

Self-control and a gracious attitude toward others must mark the Christian—and must set us apart from the culture around us. But we will only know how to do this when we remember how incredibly gracious and kind God has been to us in the gospel. Without his gracious intervention in our lives, we would be just like those around us.

Transformed by the Mercy of God, Part 1

Self-control and a gracious attitude toward others must mark the Christian—and must set us apart from the culture around us. But we will only know how to do this when we remember how incredibly gracious and kind God has been to us in the gospel. Without his gracious intervention in our lives, we would be just like those around us.

The Engine of Transformation, Part 2

Life-transformation does not come out of nowhere—and we cannot achieve it by ourselves. It only comes through the power of the gospel. Having told us how we need to live, Paul now reminds of why and how this is possible.

The Engine of Transformation, Part 1

Life-transformation does not come out of nowhere—and we cannot achieve it by ourselves. It only comes through the power of the gospel. Having told us how we need to live, Paul now reminds of why and how this is possible.

Adorning the Doctrine of God, Part 2

We need help knowing how to apply the gospel to our everyday lives. Here Paul breaks down the church into age-and-stage groups and tells each one of us what godly living in accordance with the truth looks like. What practical teaching—and how badly we need it!

Adorning the Doctrine of God, Part 1

We need help knowing how to apply the gospel to our everyday lives. Here Paul breaks down the church into age-and-stage groups, and tells each one of us what godly living in accordance with the truth looks like. What practical teaching—and how badly we need it!

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