Learn about how to be in a right relationship with God.
Message illustrated below:
“Justification does not require the works of the law; but it does require a living faith, which performs its works.” - Martin Luther
REFERENCES: Rom 4:25; 5:9; 2 Cor 5:21; 1 Tim 2:5-6; Rom 3:26-27; Isaiah 53:11; Gen 15:6; 22:1-19; James 2:21-23; 2:17; Eph 2:8-10; Rom 5:17-18
“Now when a man has learned through the commandments to recognize his helplessness and is distressed about how he might satisfy the law – since the law must be fulfilled so that not a jot or tittle shall be lost; otherwise man will be condemned without hope – then, being truly humbled and reduced to nothing in his own eyes, he finds in himself nothing whereby he may be justified and saved.” - Martin Luther
REFERENCES: Luke 10:29; 16:15; 18:9-14; Rom 4:5; Gal 3:24; Titus 3:5; Philippians 3:3-6; Rom 7:7; Exodus 20:13; Exodus 20:14; Matt 5:21-22; 27-28; Philippians 3:9
“If works are sought after as a means to righteousness, ... and are done under the false impression that through them one is justified, they are made necessary and freedom and faith are destroyed; and this addition to them makes them no longer good but truly damnable works.” - Martin Luther
REFERENCES: John 19:30; Gal 2:16; Rom 3:27-28; Gal 1:6-9