See Ya Tuesday

Once again, we are refraining from posting articles on Justification by Grace so that we may spend time with our families in public and private worship on Sunday and Monday.

ANNOUNCER DON PARDO: Join us at Justification by Grace when we resume our regular broadcast week on Tuesday, July 20th— as we hear John Calvin say:

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If Christ Be Not Raised

The resurrection of Christ was not only the evidence that everything the Scriptures said about Christ is true: who He was and what He has done; it’s not only evidence of that all Christ did, and all He was, and all He said about Himself is true; it’s not only evidence that Christ’s righteous and holy life, His sufficient and substitutionary and atoning sacrifice is true; but Christ’s resurrection from the dead is also evidence that the heavenly Father has accepted the sacrifice of His one and only, beloved Son as the perfect and complete atonement for sinful men who repent and believe. Trusting in the merits of man, such as church attendance, not only denies the resurrection of Christ, it blasphemes the resurrection of Christ. Salvation is found in Christ alone; and trusting in anything else or anyone else removes salvation from you as far as the east is from the west.

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Walking with God

“And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.” —Genesis 5:24

“Walking with God” is a hymn penned by William Cowper (1731-1800), first appearing in Olney Hymns published in 1779. Genesis 5:24 was the inspirational text that prompted Mr. Cowper’s hymn. It is often more commonly listed in more modern hymnals by the words of its first line, “Oh! for a closer walk with God.”

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