Tags: grace

#96 You’re Not Crazy
04 Oct

#96 You’re Not Crazy

“No… you’re not crazy.”  The boys deliver this message pretty regularly to those Christians who’ve begun to notice the contradictions within Evangelicalism. Faithfulness has replaced faith. Moralism has replaced the Gospel. Improvement has supplanted redemption.  How did things ever become so convoluted?

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Done Before Do and Done Again: Law-Gospel Distinctions & Preaching the Bible
25 May

Done Before Do and Done Again: Law-Gospel Distinctions & Preaching the Bible

Byron Yawn There are two great threads in the Bible: Law and Gospel. The Law is threat, judgment, demand, obligation and condemnation. The Gospel is promise, mercy, grace and redemption. In the first we are required to do but cannot. In the latter we are given and not required. The Law is duty. The Gospel…...

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Shame: The Leprosy Of The Soul
11 Apr

Shame: The Leprosy Of The Soul

Shame is a demoralizing emotion. It’s an indiscriminate sort of internal bully. No person, regardless of their relative confidence or station in life, is exempted from its ridicule. There is no route home where shame is not waiting for you. It can dispirit the strongest of souls. Bring the noblest to their knees. For some…

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What does He see?
08 Dec

What does He see?

Our Father is continually watching over us with a holy and righteous gaze. What does He see? Adopted children who have received His unmerited acceptance and unconditional love. A powerful love that transforms His beloved into the likeness of His Son. A secure future resting in His presence enjoying the outflows of His glorious beauty…....

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Assurance of Faith
06 Jul

Assurance of Faith

It seems unnatural to separate how we feel with what we know as it relates to our assurance of salvation. For many, the pursuit of assurance has been primarily a task of evaluating feelings, actions, and emotions. While this method seems sufficient and natural, it will inevitably demonstrate itself ineffective against the overwhelming faithlessness that we are so prone to have. But, as we will see below, making the separation between the grounds for our salvation (the objective reality) and the evidence of our salvation (the subjective reality) is the only way a Christian can find true peace.

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