Tag: Grace

Sermon: The parable of the workers in the Vineyard

Sermon: The parable of the workers in the Vineyard

Introduction

Grace is the central theme of this parable. In it we meet a group of laborers whose master wasn’t very happy (in Matthew 20:13 “friend” is used ironically) because they failed to identify the grace he expressed unto them. Likewise today there are Christians in the church who don’t walk in the grace of God. Needless to say such behavior doesn’t impress God at all. In this parable I recognized three reasons as to why we fail to walk in God’s grace and how to overcome them.

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Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God ~ Part III (Final)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God

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Antinomianism comes from the Greek meaning lawless. Being one of the most virulent forms of heterodoxies about Christianity, antinomianism holds that the moral law is of no use or obligation  under the gospel dispensation of grace, because salvation is by faith only. Therefore antinomianism stands in direct contradiction of the biblical doctrine of grace. It has been condemned as erroneous by some of the most notable Theologians in church history.

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Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God ~ Part II

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God

Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God ~ Part II

Previously we learned the necessity for God’s grace and its role in the life of the repentant sinner. Today I will share with you it’s role in the life of the believer.

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Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God ~ Part I

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Applied Theology: The amazing Grace of God

Applied Theology: The Amgazing Grace of God ~ Part I

Grace is the most important doctrine of the Christian faith. It is the corner stone of Christianity. It certainly makes sense to create a widespread awareness of the doctrine because there will be no Christianity without it. Which is why I was compelled to write this series. Kindly see this is not a 100% systematic study of the Doctrine of Grace. It’s just an effort to explain the doctrine in layman’s terms and its importance to us.

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