Gospel in Real Life has a two-fold mission: 1. Transform the global culture with the truth of the Gospel. 2. Equip the people of God with the word of God to perform the good work of God. GRL is good news for humans. Romans 1:16-17, 2 Timothy 3:16.
Ephesians 1:3-4. It might be a strange thought. God is blessed. Without understanding the fact that God is blessed and without knowing what it is that blesses him, you may miss why God is blessed. When you see why God is blessed and what blesses him, you will immediately become increasingly joyful. We are redeemed to be holy and have been adopted into a wonderful family by a very happy God. Enjoy a sweet intro brought to you by my grandson, Sawyer Brown. Need more information? www.gospelinreallife.org. We would love to hear from you!
Ephesians 1:1-2. In this study, we will look closely at the first two verses of Ephesians chapter one. Paul self-ascribed himself as the author of the epistle. The apostle was a fascinating man. He was a leader among the Pharisees. He was well-educated. He was likely wealthy and played a prominent role in the community. He was well known among Jews and Gentiles alike. Paul was also feared by Christians. He arrested and murdered Christ followers for the faith in Jesus. His relationship with believers changed after his conversion. He once considered Christians his enemy. After meeting Christ, they became his friends and began to recognize them as saints, those set apart and belong to God.For more information: gospelinreallife.org
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Ephesians 2:1. “The gospel (good news) was presented to me when I was very young. It was clear. It was simple. Yet, I was unable to respond. Why? I was unable because I was spiritually dead. I tried being religious, but there was a problem. I was dead in trespasses and sins. Thus, religion was a useless pursuit. I needed more. I needed life. I needed resurrection! Thanks to God. He provided grace and mercy via Jesus. Christ was life and resurrection. He said, come forth. The grave clothes fell as Christ raised me to walk in a new life.” The Letter to the Ephesians is a powerful message chalked full of both theological and practical truth. In Season 3, Episode 1, Dr. Michael Wright explains his own salvation and provides a brief introduction to the next set lessons from Ephesians. He will unfold powerful truth about the church, marriage, parenting, family life, and spiritual warfare.
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Five Gold Links
Romans 8:28-39. The Five Gold Links of Salvation include these key doctrines: Foreknowledge, Predestination, Calling, Justification, and Glorification. This will not be my last time to study and preach through this grand book, God willing. I will be referring to Romans for many years to come. I have learned much and have come to appreciate on a greater level just how wholly marvelous is our God and how wonderful is his gift of salvation; and how amazing is the atoning work of Jesus Christ. It is all there, to be discovered in the unconquerable Letter to the Romans. In this final study of Season 2, we see how Paul reveals the mystery of salvation. It is no wonder that he closes Chapter 8 with these words: “What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously give us all things? 33 Who shall bring any charge against God’s elect? It is God who justifies.”For more info: https://gospelinreallife.org/
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Romans 8:29-30. In elementary school we learn the very basics. In higher education, we learn advanced ideas. What would life be like if we were still learning the basics in high school, college, or beyond? A childhood perspective makes it seem we are in control of our salvation. As Christians study the word and advance in the truths of Scripture, it becomes apparent that salvation is solely in the hands of God. Did you know that God chose who will be saved long before he created the world? How could it be any other way? God is omniscient (all knowing). He knows all things in eternity, past, present, and future. While we cannot fully comprehend the doctrine of foreknowledge, we can in Christ acknowledge God’s sovereignty over everything, including how he saves the human soul. God’s Foreknowledge is the first of five links in the Gold Chain of Salvation. The other four links are Predestination, Calling, Justification, and Glorification. Dr. Michael Wright explains the truth of Foreknowledge in this episode of Gospel in Real Life. Enjoy!For more info: https://gospelinreallife.org/
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Image of Christ
Romans 8:28. Paul says, “We know.” Christians possess knowledge that pain has a divine purpose. Suffering is used to conform Christians into the image of Jesus Christ. Three well-known examples of suffering in Scripture are Joseph, Job, and Peter. Joseph was mistreated by his brothers. Job was misunderstood by his friends. Peter was mystified by his own behavior. All three suffered. Yet, all three were used by powerfully by God. For the believer in Christ, pain has a purpose and is used wonderfully by God to conform Christians into the image of Jesus Christ.
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Wonderful teaching, clear and concise. I also love the Book of Romans. I continue to learn and actually understand the issue of bondservant for the first time yesterday. I attempted to post your podcast Dr Wright in my FB page. The goal is to bring souls to Christ. May God continue to Bless this start up ministry.
Dr Wright has been a friend of mine since we served the Lord together at FBC Keller. Dr Wright is a man firmly grounded in the sound doctrine of the Bible . He is a fine teacher, Preacher, and a man of integrity . I look forward to hearing his podcasts and seeing the success of GRL and ELR.
Outstanding teaching from a trusted source
I’ve known Dr. Michael Wright for years now and he is the real deal! His teaching is grounded in the Word of God and is focused on applying truth to everyday life. I’m looking forward to this podcast being part of my regular rotation!