All Resources on Justification
God flattened the mountain of his wrath that blocked the railroad between my predestination and my glorification. He justified us by the death of his Son.
It is faith alone which justifies, but that the faith which justifies never stays alone. It is living and active and bears fruit in obedience.
John Piper and Bob Allen discuss Piper's thoughts on Justification, the New Perspective on Paul, and his latest book .
John Piper explains how God’s disposition towards us changes at the moment of our justification.
John Piper clarifies the reason why we should want to live obedient to God.
Listen to this excerpt from session 3 of John Piper's lecture series on Romans 9-11.
If we are made right with God because of Christ’s obedient life, does this mean that the cross itself is not enough to justify us?
This man was morally upright. He believed God had made him so. That is what he looked to and trusted in for his righteousness before God—for his justification. And he was dead wrong.
Read a summary of this doctrine and listen to John Piper briefly explain it.
What God expects regarding human law-keeping, Christ accomplishes by becoming our substitute.
John Piper discusses his book Counted Righteous in Christ and the debate concerning what the believer receives from Christ's death.
God is the one who justifies, so let us fear the accusation of no one and love the good of all.
If you are in Christ, all of God's action toward you is almighty mercy and omnipotent assistance.
There are two reasons (at least) why God hates for man to boast in man.
The doctrine of justification is immeasurably precious to every area of life.