All Resources on Justification
Purpose clauses (“in order that”) tell us why God does what he does. In this lab, Pastor John looks at why God gave us the law and why he sent his Son to die on the cross. All along, he asks how the Christian should relate to the law after Christ has come.
The word “for” is one of the most common in the Bible. In this lab, Pastor John explains the relationship between our justification and sanctification by focusing on those three letters: f-o-r.
In your Bible reading, an author will often compare two things. It’s important to stop and study everything you learn about how those two things are similar and different. In this lab, Pastor John looks at our slavery to sin and freedom in Christ.
In Episode 155, Pastor John talks about justification by faith and the judgment according to works.
What does it mean to be an heir of the world?
The moral law in the Old Testament is not a ladder for climbing, but a track for riding in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Boasting matters to Paul because it is the outward form of the inward moral corruption that lies behind all the evils and miseries of the world.
How does the gospel avoid contradicting God's righteous standards?
John Piper says that our deeds in this life are evidence of, not grounds for our justification.
An excerpt from the conclusion to the upcoming book, The Future of Justification.
How could Paul have Timothy circumcised and yet totally refuse it for Titus?
John Piper says that we must protect people from turning the gospel into either lechery or legalism.
Even though language can sometimes confuse us--like when the same word carries multiple meanings--the Bible is not contradictory.
John Piper explains why every repentant sinner can have hope.
Turn away from all the intellectual, physical, and religious tactics the world uses to evade its guilt, and rest in Jesus.