Having freedom from sin's penalty still doesn't make returning to sin a good idea
Getting to enjoy an abundant life in Jesus Christ is a process, but we can help no matter where we are along the way
Paul, in the book of Romans, breaks down salvation to some of its simplest principles
What if there is even more to following Jesus than just "getting saved" (although that's a big part)?
Have we tried to tell God that we will notify Him when we're good enough for Him to accept us?
Just as we may not like to be grouped with others who we don't agree with, we also need to inspect our own hearts to ensure that we're not just being carried along by a righteous crowd without also participating in God's plan
Does it feel like God doesn't love you, even if you are trying to follow Him? Let's take a look at what the book of Romans says.
Once we have been pronounced free from the penalty of our sins, may we not condemn others who have also been set free by the same process.
Once a verdict has been decided in our favor, it's time to go out and live a life that honors that decision, rather than staying in the courtroom and listening to our accuser press a case that he has already lost
God has both a purpose and blessings prepared for those who He knows will follow Him. Won't you step into His plan for you?
Just because we don't understand God's plan, doesn't mean it isn't a good plan
While following human rules might be frustrating sometimes, God's rules have a noble purpose.
Did you ever get assigned to compare and contrast two things, ideas, or people?
God doesn't save people who are "pretty good", but the good news is that He offers to save each of us!