The Marvelous Grace Of God by Robert Walker

The Marvelous Grace of God
Robert Walker
Titus2:11-14

INTRODUCTION

The Cathedrals quartet sings one of the greatest songs I have ever heard about the grace that saves a wretched sinner like myself:

He looked beyond my faults and saw my needs,
Amazing Grace shall always be my song of praise,
For it was grace that brought my liberty,
I do not know just why he cared to love me so

He looked beyond my faults and he saw my need
I shall forever lift my mines eyes to Calvary
To view the cross where Jesus died for me,
How marvelous the grace that caught my fallen soul

He looked beyond my faults and he saw my need.
I shall forever ever lift my eyes to Calvary
To view that Cross where Jesus died for me,
How marvelous Oh the grace that caught my fallen soul


He looked beyond my faults and saw my need. What a classic song about the grace of God.

If you are looking for the classic statement of the grace of God in the New Testament it is found in this passage. Grace - God's Riches at Christ Expense.

ILLUSTRATION

It is said that, years ago, during a British Conference on comparative religions, experts from around the world gathered together and debated what, if any, belief was unique to the Christian faith. So, they began eliminating possibilities. Incarnation? No, other religions had different versions of God's appearing in human form. Resurrection? No, again other religions had accounts of return from death.

The debate went on for some time until C. S. Lewis wandered into the room. "What's the ruckus about?" he asked, and heard in reply that his colleagues were discussing Christianity's unique contribution among world religions.

Lewis responded, "Oh, that's easy. It's grace." After some discussion, the conferees had to agree. "The notion of God's love coming to us free of charge, no strings attached, seems to be against every instinct of humanity.

The Buddhist 8-fold path, the Hindu doctrine of Karma, the Jewish Covenant, and ...


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