Essay on justification by faith

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Justification by Faith
John Markley
BIBL 425
Sylvia Evans
August 20, 2012 Knowing that a man is not justified by works of the law but, a righteousness which comes from God. We know that a person is justified not by works of the law but through the faith of Jesus Christ. And we have come to believe in Christ Jesus, so that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by doing the works of the law, because no one will be justified by the work of the law. In Isaiah 45: 25 say in Lord shall all the seeds of Israel be justified and shall glory. Justification is the process of one being made right through the word of God. This is the way that one can be cleansed and to
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Human work is not eternal plus it is not enduring. Paul focus is to spur Christians to greater efforts in serving judgment seat of Christ. God is the supreme entity of all people. He serves the believers and entices the poor to salvation. The revelation of the wrath of God (1:18-32) is talking about people turning away from the law of God. The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men. The righteousness of God is mentioning staying away from sin in your Christian life. The wrath of God gives out the punishment for leaving God and yielding to the devices of sin. God has made it plain to mankind about his ministry. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities- his eternal power and divine nature have already been seen by humanity. The discussions continue to discuss the problems of salvation, true holiness plus avoiding the wiles of the enemy. God let the believers know that sin would not be tolerated by anyone or group. Thos people that did not choose to obey God and the rules would be punished. That is why some were given over to their shameful lusts and they were giving over to a depraved spirit to wander in their sin. The implications of God’s wrath in Paul’s use of the concept of salvation states that both Jews and Gentiles were not completely following the word of God. Paul was condemning the gentiles only to find out the Jews were doing the same things. God’s judgement is used on truths. His

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