Tag Archives: law and grace

Which God?

I think we all know that God is a God of judgment and punishment. It seems that the prevailing attitude of most people who don’t know God is that He is an angry old man just waiting to jump all … Continue reading

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The Grace Curve

God grades on the curve, and it always goes down before it comes up. Grace is not just a neat thing you find out about usually later in your walk as a Christian. It is a reorienting of your whole … Continue reading

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‘But I tell you…’

Now begins a section in the teaching of Jesus (Matthew 5:21-48) where six times He says, “You have heard it said…” which is followed by, “But I say…” It is clearly a reinterpretation of the law for the benefit of … Continue reading

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I fought the law and the law won

The law always wins. It was designed that way. That’s part of the brilliance of God’s plan. We keep thinking we can beat the law, but we can’t. We have all sorts of clever ways of trying to get around … Continue reading

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 The law of God is simply brilliant. King David, one of the leading characters in the history of the Old Testament, who was also a shepherd and a poet, wrote often about how much he loved the law. He would … Continue reading

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