Sermons on The Grace of God
God does not do you good out of some constraint or coercion. He is free! And in his freedom he overflows in joy to do you good.
Those who by grace are born of God have seen the glory of God that Moses asked to see but wasn't permitted.
God's purpose in giving the law was so that, in the end, grace would reign through Christ's righteousness on our behalf.
Christians are secure, not because they are strong, but because God is sovereign and faithful to his new covenant promises.
If God called you to his glory, he's going to get you to his glory.
God is not aloof or passive or indecisive. He is a searching and saving God, a God on a mission.
God will spare sinful sons, precisely because he did not spare his only sinless Son.
God delights in those responses which mirror his magnificence.
God's self-sufficiency and sovereign freedom are the very sources from which his mighty mercy overflows.
The transgression against God is to presume that you can climb your way up a ladder of morality into his favor.
Every staff on which we try to lean in our pride will snap and pierce us through. One refuge will be secure: God.
Paul lived by faith in future grace. And therefore he blessed all his churches over and over again with future grace.
The grace of God does not spare his people suffering in this age, but rather uses suffering to bring people to himself.
God's joy, his desire, his want and wish and hope and pleasure and gladness and delight is to give the kingdom to his flock.