What should a Christian think about sin after they are forgiven, and why?
In the first Adam we all died; in the second Adam, we live.
When Jesus died, He redeemed every Christian in all of time, all at once. That holds tremendous assurance for you today.
The Christian life is to believe the gospel, proclaim the gospel, defend the gospel, and embrace the implications of the gospel. This large portion of Scripture describing Jesus' resurrection contains all these realities.
This message shows the great contrast between where we were before God saved us, and where we stand now.
Kevin Shaw demonstrates the abiding use and relevancy of God's perfect Law for the Christian life.
Do you have the same salvation as all the famous people in the Old Testament? Its more important than you might think to know the answer to that question.
Should Christians abide by, follow, and hold to the 10 Commandments after they're saved, or should we move on to a more "simple, New Testament Law"? Paul's answer: "we establish the law"
Why was Jesus' blood spilled? The answer to that question is the difference between life and death for every sinner.