God’s Amazing Grace
What makes grace so amazing? Man needs the grace of God to be saved from sin, but when does a person receive the grace of God? Is it possible to fall from God’s saving grace? Wes McAdams will help viewers understand the biblical answers to these questions.
God’s Grace and Man’s Sin
The Bible says that God is the God of all grace(1 Peter 5:10), meaning God treats mankind so much better than we deserve to be treated. He gives us air to breathe, food to eat, and so many physical blessings.All of these blessings are things we didn’t do anything to earn.But the greatest blessing, the most amazing thing that God gives us through grace, is salvation. Let’s open up the Bible and see what God’s Word has to say about His saving, amazing grace. First, we have to talk about why we need to be saved in the first place. So we have to talk about the fact that the sins you and I have committed have put us in a situation where we need to be saved. We need God’s grace. Follow us in this study of God’s grace and man’s sin.
Receiving God’s Grace
How do I receive the amazing saving grace from God, because I don’t want the punishment that my sins deserve. Though it breaks my heart, I love the idea that Jesus has already paid the penalty. So how do I receive this forgiveness? Consider this, the first gospel sermon was preached in Jerusalem almost 2,000 years ago by the apostle Peter. Peter told a huge crowd about God’s amazing saving grace that was available through Jesus. The crowd asked how they could receive this forgiveness. Peter told them, “Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit,” Acts 2:38. Three thousand people were saved that day. Follow this short video to see how grace saved them, and can save us today.
Falling From Grace
Is there still grace for when we make mistakes and sin after we have become Christians? Could we ever lose that saving grace? Most of the New Testament was written to encourage Christians to remain faithful, telling them that if they remained faithful they would continue to receive God’s saving grace. But the New Testament also warns Christians of the eternal consequences for not being faithful. The Apostle Paul wrote, “You were severed from Christ, you who would be justified by the law; you have fallen away from grace,” Galatians 5:4. What does it mean fallen away from grace? Follow this short study to find what the Bible says on this topic.
Life After Death
People are looking for answers about life and death. What happens to our life after death? Will we just cease to exist? Will we become ghosts haunting the attic of our old house? Will we be reincarnated as some other creature? You know, the world is filled with ideas about what happens to us when we die, like heaven, hell, reincarnation, ghosts and simply ceasing to exist. But you know, as Bible believers, we don’t have to engage in such speculation and guessing games because the Bible tells us both where we came from and where we’re going. In this short video Don Blackwell discusses our life after death.
Is Heaven Real?
Is Heaven real? Or, is it merely an idea made up to give false hope to people? If Heaven is real, then where is it and how can we know? Most importantly, if Heaven truly does exist, how can we go there? Join Kyle Butt in this brief, yet insightful video as he sheds light on some of the most common questions that are posed concerning Heaven’s existence.
Is Hell Real?
What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘Hell’? Does this word have any real meaning, or has it become nothing more than a vain English cuss word? Is Hell a real place that actually exists? And, if Hell really does exist, where is it and why was it created? Finally, and most importantly, “How can Hell be avoided?” Join Kyle Butt in this brief, yet informative video as he sheds light on some of the most common questions that are posed regarding Hell’s existence.