Justification By Faith (11 of 13) by Stan Coffey
This content is part of a series.Justification By Faith (11 of 13)
Series: What Every Christian Should Know
I. The What Of Justification
Ii. The Why Of Justification
Iii. The How of Justification
Iv. The When Of Justification
Justification by faith and young people we all need to know about justification to understand what Jesus Christ has done for us.
We are going to go first to the book of Romans Chapter 3 and I want to give you several passages of scripture tonight. You may not be able to turn to all of them but you may want to take a pen and write in the margins of your Bible or write on a piece of note paper. If you have a bulletin in your Bible, use that because I am going to give you several passages tonight.
This indeed is one of the most liberating truths that we could study in all of God's word. I don't think there is anyone here tonight who has been saved so long that they will not rejoice when I finish this lesson on justification.
As I prepared this message, I was just blessed once again to realize what Jesus had done for me. Romans 3:34, Paul said "BEING JUSTIFIED FREELY BY HIS GRACE THROUGH THE REDEMPTION THAT IS IN CHRIST JESUS." Now notice being justified freely, how? By his grace and look down at Verse 28, "THEREFORE, WE CONCLUDE THAT A MAN IS JUSTIFIED BY FAITH WITHOUT THE DEEDS OF THE LAW."
Now in the year of 1523 a young priest named Martin Luther was studying as a professor in the University of Guttenberg. He was a man of deep conviction. He felt his call from God deeply in his heart and soul. He had entered the monastery of the Roman Catholic Church and had worked his way up and now was honored to be a university professor.
Now the day came when young Martin went to Rome to transact some business there at the Vatican and he joyfully began his journey believing that his church was supreme, that the Pope was incarnation of perfection and absolutely infallible.
When Martin Luther arrived in ...
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