Under Grace

Romans 6:14-15For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. What then? shall we sin, because we are not under the law, but under grace? God forbid. We come now to one of the most critical and most critically misunderstood aspects about holiness in contemporary American […]

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An Atmosphere of Grace

In the last post we discussed Peter’s wondrous turn of phrase: “growing in grace”. I likened it to a plant that grows in the soil, and we discussed briefly being rooted in Christ and established in the faith. I want to return to Peter’s primary thought today, and specifically to my illustration. If growing in […]

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I Have Seen Thy Tears

“…I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears…” (II Kings 20:5) Brief study of II Kings 20 will demonstrate that this chapter falls during the reign of Sargon, the Assyrian who was king after Shalmaneser and before Sennacherib. Among the evidences of this order of events is that, when Hezekiah became ill, Isaiah […]

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Giving Grace

Peter tells us that grace is a many-splendored thing. (I Peter 4:10)Thus far we have examined two aspects of grace, saving grace – the unmerited favor that results in my salvation, and helping grace – the unmerited favor that helps me to do what God tells me to do. In this post I want to examine yet another […]

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