Category Archives: Law and Grace

Law and Grace Comparison Table

Luke 6:35-38:But love ye your enemies, and do good, and lend, hoping for nothing again; and your reward shall be great, and ye shall be the children of the Highest: for he is kind unto the unthankful and to the … Continue reading

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The Biblical Meaning of Grace

The biblical meaning of grace is defined as divine blessing and unmerited favor from God.  An illustration of a police officer giving a speeding ticket shows us an accurate picture of what the grace of Jesus Christ really is: A … Continue reading

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What is Religion? – Enemy of Grace

Religion is where a person tries to be made right with God by keeping the law. While it sounds good and reasonable, in reality it is discrediting the work of the cross and the blood that was shed for us. … Continue reading

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Legalism Carnality Apostasy

Legalism: strict adherence, or the principle of strict adherence, to law or prescription, especially to the letter rather than the spirit.  In theology it is the doctrine that salvation is gained through good works and the judging of conduct in … Continue reading

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Clean or Unclean – Does the New Testament Abolish Meat Distinctions

Some people believe that certain New Testament scriptures remove all distinctions between clean and unclean meats. But what do these passages really say? Most theologians assume that God’s laws regarding clean and unclean meats ended at Christ’s crucifixion. They suppose … Continue reading

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The Blood is Enough – Complete Forgiveness!

This is a powerful and liberating teaching that we must understand in order to experience true freedom from guilt and shame of our past. It is absolutely essential for us to realize the forgiving power of the Blood of Jesus! … Continue reading

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