Romans 4: The Grace of Justification

Romans 4: The Grace of Justification

What is justification? God demands perfection, but we all fall short of His glory (Romans 3:23). Because we cannot reach up to Him, He reaches down to us. Justification involves the imputation of Jesus Christ’s righteousness to us and our sin to Jesus Christ. This is...
Romans 4: The Grace of Justification

365 Key Chapters of the Bible: Genesis 21

Ken Boa teaches on Genesis 21, which chronicles the birth of Isaac, the promised offspring of Abraham and Sarah. The chapter also tells of the growing tension between Hagar and Sarah after Isaac’s birth, and of Abraham’s growing faith (which always occurred...
Romans 4: The Grace of Justification

365 Key Chapters of the Bible: Genesis 18

Genesis 18 focuses on the birth of Isaac, the son of the covenant promise that God had made earlier to Abraham. When Abraham’s wife Sarah heard the news about the coming son, she laughed because she was so old. The Lord responded, “Is anything too difficult...
Romans 4: The Grace of Justification

365 Key Chapters of the Bible: Genesis 15

Genesis 15 is a crucial chapter for understanding Abraham’s relationship with God. We’re declared righteous—justified and blameless before God—by grace through faith alone, not because of anything we do; this was true for Abraham and it’s true for us...