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JUSTIFICATION BY GRACE, BY FAITH AND BY IMPUTATION
2. Justification by Grace: God’s attitude toward us. Titus 3:7
a. It is not our works that makes God owe us righteousness or justification. Romans 4:2,4
b. It is by God’s mercy, kindness or favour that he justifies us when we fulfil the right conditions. Romans 4:16,22-24
3. Justification by Faith: God’s instrument. Galatians 2:16
a. Faith is not believing. James 2:19; 2 Thessalonians 3:2
b. Faith is the revealed truths of God. 1 Timothy 4:6; Romans 10:8
c. Righteousness is the Divine Nature. Jeremiah 23:5,6
d. Righteousness is in faith. Romans 1:16,17; Romans 10:6, Proverbs 12:17
e. Thus to give us righteousness God uses the conveying instrument of faith. Romans 3:22; Philippians 3:9
f. Thus we are justified by holy knowledge. Isaiah 53:11
4. Justification by Imputation: God’s method. Romans 4:16,22
a. The faith and righteousness is reckoned or counted to us. Romans 4:5,6
b. God gives them to us by counting them to us. Romans 4:24
5. Thus of the science of Salvation the following points are important.
By Bro. Nyron Medina
6/8/2016 02:28:30 am
Amen. Indeed some very important points in understanding the true biblical teaching of justification by faith, and how a man is made righteous. Justification is indeed a subjective (inner) change. The heart (mind) of the man must be changed, from carnal to spiritual. And the righteousness of God which is God himself is given into the heart of man. And not in an account in heaven. Thanks again for sharing dear Sis. Anesia, grace and peace.
6/8/2016 11:07:00 am
You're welcomes is. Adana. Let us continue in this most precious faith. God bless you.
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