Content Tagged: Faith
Righteous: A Study of Romans
Sometimes the simplest of words can become confusing. 'Faith' is one such biblical term. However, it is in our best interest to figure out exactly what this word means, because Paul tells us that it is the one expectation placed upon us to be declared 'in right standing' w...
Isaiah's God and His Servants
Does God help those who help themselves? From the examples of King Ahaz and the nation of Israel we learn that God does, indeed, long to help us in the midst of our trials. Yet His help is always conditioned upon our faith. Will we trust Him and Him alone to deliver us fro...
Eternal life is an absolutely free gift received by those with faith in Jesus Christ. One must not add works, baptism, or even the promise of future works and allegiance to Jesus as additional requirements along with faith to be saved. While the amazing gift of eternal lif...
Is it possible that God would give something as significant as eternal life for free? Is there anything that must be added to faith in the work of Jesus Christ for forgiveness of sins? Let's examine what the Word of God says about this important subject.
Galatians: One work. One faith. One family.
Is justification by faith alone (Paul's stance), or by faith and works (James' stance)? Is there a hopeless contradiction between Paul and James... or are they both somehow right?