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Gospel Words We Should Know


Both mercy and grace are manifestations of the goodness and loving kindness of God. The difference between them has been described by saying that in His mercy God forebears to give us the punishment and misery our sins deserve, while in His grace He gives us that which we do not deserve.

Grace is also described as the free, unmerited forgiveness and favour of God. God's glory is linked with His sovereignty in showing mercy and grace to whomever He will. Exodus 33:18,19 Romans 9:15

Salvation by grace through faith is totally unmerited by our obedience, virtue or performance of any kind, and depends entirely on Christ's obedience and suffering.

The antithesis of grace is "works." 
(Note, some widespread erroneous teaching promotes a false antithesis between law and grace)
Ephesians 2:8-10 2 Timothy 1:9 Exodus 34:6,7 Titus 3:5.

God's grace is unconditional upon anything in man, either at present or foreseen by God; otherwise it would be works and not grace. Romans 11:6 Romans 3:20,24 Titus 2:11-13 Ephesians 1:6,7


Foundations of the Faith


Born of the Spirit

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Becoming a Child of God

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The Baptism that Saves Us

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The Lord Our Righteousness

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