Law and Grace

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Do you feel that God requires something of you?
Do you feel that you never pray enough, read enough in the Bible, witnesses enough?
Do you feel that you cannot live a good Christian life, as you should?
Do you feel that you do not love God enough?
Do you feel that you have sinned so much that God cannot forgive you?
Do you feel that you have committed the unforgivable sin?
Do you feel that you fail to live according to the Ten Commandments?

If you are struggling you with some or many of these thoughts and you have a lot of guilt and feel often condemned, this teaching can help you and show you that you do not live under the law!


 


Introduction

I believe this teaching is very important for you, especially if you struggle a lot with feelings of guilt, shame and/or condemnation, or have a desire to live a victorious Christian life.

I have also discovered that this topic is the subject I have discussed mostly through the last two years. There are often people who say that the law must be followed, and that God requires it of us, or people who do not agree that repentance is important.
I believe myself that the Bible is very clear in these areas, both that we are not under the law and that repentance is important, yet many of us who do not see it.

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The Vision

1 Encourage you to grow in your Christian life and to get a deeper understanding of who God is and His love for you! (1John 4:17)
2 Helping you to stand against our enemy, the devil, so that you can experience the victorious Christian life! (James 4:7, Rom 8:37, 1Pet 5_8-9)
3 Inspire you to teach others! (Matt 28:18-20)
4 Equip and inspire you so that you can go out and tell others about the Good News! (Mark 16:15-18)