justification by faith

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Justification by Faith John Markley BIBL 425 Sylvia Evans L24579490 August 20, 2012 Knowing that a man is not justified by works of the law but, a righteousness which comes from God. We know that a person is justified not by works of the law but through the faith of Jesus Christ. And we have come to believe in Christ Jesus, so that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by doing the works of the law, because no one will be justified by the work of the law. In Isaiah 45: 25 say in Lord shall all the seeds of Israel be justified and shall glory. Justification is the process of one being made right through the word of God. This is the way that one can be cleansed and to…show more content…
The continued serving of God through Christ will bless their souls on a daily basis. The subject of faith by works will justify your salvation has been constantly presented by the Apostle Paul. Yet he has grace of God is the final word considering true salvation. The concept of salvation has other forms such as people who without coming to know Christ explicitly, are enabled by God’s grace to be saved. Salvation is through Christ to serve and represent God. Paul’s theories have been represented in this text to view some of his teachings. It is true that God is the author and creator of our faith. Jesus is the sacrifice and sin covering for all humanity. Grace and mercy through God saved the world. The Contemporary Evangelical church has a difficult time in maintain the relationship between the two concepts of God’s righteousness and God’s wrath. There could be the problem of believers understanding as well as receiving the principles of both. The Pastors and ministers must be able to balance spontaneity and obligation. The spirit of God must guide them to approach their churches at the right time. I do not believe The Contemporary Evangelical Church has been able to maintain the relationship because of the

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