The Importance Of Justification By Faith

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Justification by faith produces the ultimate reconciliation between an infinite God and finite man. Nevertheless, a justification without reassurance could convey the idea of a time or action limited outcome. Without a guarantee that the announcement of being declared innocent could not be revoked, creates a situation that may strain the believers’ actual faith. Fortunately, Paul confirms that God’s act is not only fully satisfying it is also without bounds. Paul has previously established that all are under sin and all equally under the penalty of sin (Rom. 3:23). Paul has also recognized that Christ’s sacrifice covers all who fall under that coverage of salvation (Rom. 3:24-25). Justification by faith grants peace and a rejoicing in the confidence …show more content…
To perform a work or action in a physical sense provides some type of reaction. If the Law with its set of actions or rules, the practitioner could believe in justification by simply performing those actions. Assurance could easily be seen as a physical movement that validates by providing a confirmation of success. However the wrath of God is clearly deserved (CITE). God has shown the world the things of Himself and men repeatedly have chosen to not glorify Him. Starting with the original sin of Adam, men refused to honor God, were not thankful, became vain in their reason, darkened their minds, and became foolish and prefering idols made by men. The Law is ridged and unwavering. When coupled with the fact that failure in one part of the Law results in failure in the entire Law, the certainly of justification diminishes . Continuing the inherent sin nature of mankind additionally prevents the capability to successfully live under the law. Sin inbreed into man is a guarantee of his inability to satisfy the Law’s terms. When examined, the Law is such a holy standard, it is impossible for men to obtain …show more content…
8:28). The Law is good and its intentions are good (Rom. 7:16). Since the Law is a never changing standard, the believer can stand assured that what it decisively performs is both good and never changing. Therefore, it points to Christ as its fulfillment and unalterable solution to sin. It assures that God loves and cares for those who seek him and that there is an answer for those lost in sin. The rigidity of the Law is a comfort that there is also and consistent resolution to its demands. Creation is not forced into submission by its creator, but a creation that is reflective of God’s own good work providing an example for Christians to

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