Of all people, we who call ourselves “Reformed” should understand grace is an undeserved, monergeistic, irrevocable, and unfluctuating gift that cannot be paid back. We talk much about God’s Holy Law. We know God has rules. We know God is serious about his laws. And we also know for us to be righteous and acceptable we … More Perverting Grace — Do We Really Know What This Means?
Saul was Israel’s first king. Like a shooting star, his reign started out brilliantly. However, over time, his worshiped failed, his glory faded, and all became dark. The final chapter of his life is recorded in the Chronicles of Israel: So Saul died for his breach of faith. He broke faith with the Lord in that … More “Christ, You Can Have My Demerit; I’ll Take Your Merit.”
The Big Idea: As we are reading through the book of Deuteronomy, we are becoming reacquainted with the Law of God, and it is my desire for you to look at God’s Law properly. Therefore, here is the big idea I would like for you to take from today’s blog: While God’s Law is good and promises … More God’s Law is good, but it is not the Good News