Date: November 10, 2019
Speaker: John Fonville
Scripture: Romans 4:6–4:8, Psalm 32:1–32:2, Numbers 6:24–6:26, Matthew 5:3–5:3, Romans 8:31–8:34, Colossians 1:22–1:22, Galatians 4:4–4:7, 1 John 4:18–4:19, 1 John 4:9–4:10, 1 John 2:1–2:2, 1 John 4:17–4:17, Romans 5:1–5:1, Romans 8:1–8:1
Tags: law and gospel, obedience, holiness, judgment, assurance, covenant of works, justification, propitiation, sola fide, solus christus, sola gratia, the gospel mystery of sanctification, Blessed, conscience, Adoption, forgiveness, confidence, moral law, vindication, favor, third use of the law, walter marshall
Today we examine six benefits of the Reformation doctrine of justification. These benefits enable and empower the Christian to grow in love for God and neighbor; to obey God’s law out of gratitude.