What are we fighting for in this Reformation celebration? Better yet, as Christians, what are we fighting for? Are we fighting for doctrinal purity? Are we fighting for missionary zeal? Or, something in between?
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This Sunday, we’re going to focus on the first “sola” – Grace.
Throughout church history, and in different denominations today, there are different perspectives on this grace thing. I’ll do my best to explain some of it on Sunday, although it can start to feel a bit academic if we spend too much time in the nuances.
When it comes down to it – Grace is a gift. Grace is a gift. Grace is a gift.
Did you hear it? Grace is a gift.
Salvation is a gift.
Forgiveness is a gift.
Eternal life is a gift.
Underserved on our part. Fully given by God at Christ’s expense.