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Since I Am Saved by Grace, My Works Are Unimportant (4 of 8)
Series: BREAKING THE LIES THAT BIND
If you have your Bible, we are looking at Titus 2:11. We have been in a series of messages on "Breaking The Lies That Bind." The verse for the series is John 8:32 where Jesus said, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free." How does Satan bind people? He binds people, shackles people, and enslaves people through lies. And the cleverest lie is the lie that sounds most like the truth. Satan is the father of lies. Many people are bound with fear, many people are bound with guilt from past deeds, many people are bound with false doctrine, false teaching, many people are shackled and chained by insecurity because of believing the lies of Satan.
And today we want to look at the fourth of those lies and that lie is this, "Because I Am Saved By Grace, My Works Are Unimportant." A few Sundays ago we talked about how if you have salvation you cannot loose it. How sweet it is to know that not only does Jesus save us, not only does Jesus sacrifice for us, but also Jesus secures us. We cannot loose that salvation that is eternal in Christ.
But on the other side, Satan comes along and he tells us another lie. He comes along and tells us the lie, well now that you know you are saved and now that you know you can never loose it, just go out and do any sin you want to commit because after all, you have fire insurance. You are not going to go to hell for it. You are saved, you are all right. And sometimes we fall into the habit of thinking well if that is true then my works are not important because I am saved by grace. But people who have the attitude I am saved by grace so it doesn't matter how I live, I am going to go to heaven anyway, are a disgrace to grace. Don't be a disgrace to grace; don't believe this lie of the devil.
Titus 2:11-13 "For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. ...
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