Abounding Victory through Amazing Grace
Be finding Romans chapter six, Romans chapter six. We're speaking today on this subject, Abounding Victory through Amazing Grace. I hope you know by now that we are saved by God's Amazing Grace. Tis nothing that we do. He does it all. If you come to God as a prince, he'll send you away as a beggar. But if you come to God as a beggar, he'll send you away a prince. When you come to God and say, in my hand no price I bring. Simply to thy cross I cling. Then you will be saved as you trust him by God's Amazing Grace. Dwight L. Moody, a famous evangelist of yesteryear, said he was in a meeting. The man stood up and said I wan to tell you briefly what it has taken me forty-two years to learn. Moody said well I think I'll listen. If I can learn in three minutes what it took me thirty two years to learn, I think I'll listen. And, he said, this is what I've learned, three things. Number one, I can do nothing to earn salvation. Number two, God does not require me to do anything. Number three, Jesus Christ has done it all.
One man had to take forty-two years to learn that and you have just heard it and learned it in about one minute. That is grace. That's salvation by grace, but being saved by grace is not a license to sin. It is not sinning that proves grace. It is not sinning that recognizes grace.
Look if you will in Romans chapter six and verse one. What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound? God forbid. God forbid. So many people think that when we preach the message of grace that we're being light on sin. You have missed it a hundred and eighty degrees. There is nothing that liberates you from a life of sin like God's Amazing Grace. So, what we're going to be talking about today is abounding victory through Amazing Grace. Look up here and let me tell you something. God's plan for you today, tomorrow and the rest of your life is victory. Not victory sometimes, vi ...
There are 25796 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.