अगस्त 27, 2011

Sin and grace

Filed under: God, Jesus, Spirit, life — the3rdone @ 11:12 पूर्वाह्न

The law came through Moses. But the fact is, nobody could keep it, which explains the statement Paul made in Romans 5:20 that says “sin increased.” The law arouses sin, so how can this stop? What is the answer? It is found in the same verse: “…but where sin increased, grace abounded all the more…”

Where sin overflowed, grace flooded in. Where sin measurably increased, grace immeasurably increased. Where sin was finite, grace was infinite. Where sin abounds, grace superabounds. The sin identified by the law in no way stopped the flow of God’s grace.
Jesus’s death on the cross was the sufficient payment for sin, putting grace into action that was not simply adequate but abundant…God in grace, offers you the free gift of forgiveness. All you should do is take it. Don’t confuse the issue of salvation. It is yours strictly as God’s free gift. The emphasis is not on what we do for God; instead it is on what God has done for us.

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