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Warren Litzman teaches the Christ-life, the liberating life available when the born-again believer realizes the Spirit of Christ living within is his/her only righteousness and only life. This gospel of grace taught by Paul frees us from sin and law, shifting our focus from self to Christ, relieving us from stressing over perfecting self by works and the guilt and condemnation that follows our inevitable failure at self-righteousness. It leads us into a much more personal, intimate relationship with our heavenly Father as born-again children of God, joint-heirs with Christ.

Christ-life Fellowship is a 502(c)(3) non-profit Christ-centered ministry serving worldwide. You’ll find Warren's books in the Christ-life store (www.christ-life.org/store) and Warren's teaching library at www.grace-media.net.

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Warren Litzman teaches the Christ-life, the liberating life available when the born-again believer realizes the Spirit of Christ living within is his/her only righteousness and only life. This gospel of grace taught by Paul frees us from sin and law, shifting our focus from self to Christ, relieving us from stressing over perfecting self by works and the guilt and condemnation that follows our inevitable failure at self-righteousness. It leads us into a much more personal, intimate relationship with our heavenly Father as born-again children of God, joint-heirs with Christ.

Christ-life Fellowship is a 502(c)(3) non-profit Christ-centered ministry serving worldwide. You’ll find Warren's books in the Christ-life store (www.christ-life.org/store) and Warren's teaching library at www.grace-media.net.

    Romans 5, Part 13

    Romans 5, Part 13

    Christ, The Free GiftBy Tammy Lacock
    “And not as it was by one that sinned, so is the gift: for the judgment was by one to condemnation, but the free gift is of many offences unto justification.” (Romans 5:16)
    Warren Litzman goes on to clarify the Apostle Paul’s further explanation of the free gift of Christ in Romans 5:16.
    Christ IN every believer is a free gift from God, justified by His death, burial, and resurrection. Just as one man, Adam, condemned all of humanity by his one sin, more so, one man, Christ, redeems every believer from all sin. Christ alone is justified to give us a new life, a new life IN Him. Our old lives are crucified with Him, and we arise with Him to a new Life (Galatians 2:20).
    Warren explains that today, the world is trying to get rid of Christ. With all of its distractions, from incredible technology to turmoil in relationships, our minds can be disconnected from Him. But Warren reminds us that everything is created to push us towards Him, to know Him and our Heavenly Father. John says it perfectly in John 1:3, “All things were made by Him, and without Him was not anything made that was made.”
    The Apostle Paul also shares his wonderful words in his 1 Corinthians 2:2, “I am determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.”
    Paul accepted Christ as his Savior. He embraced and preached the gift of Christ as his only Life. He boasts that he is nothing without Christ.
    How marvelously ironic it is that the greatest, most amazing gift of all is free!

    • 17 min
    Romans 5, Part 12

    Romans 5, Part 12

    Have You Heard?By Tammy Lacock
    Warren Litzman explains the Apostle Paul’s gospel as the final gospel, the gospel for now.
    In Romans 5:15, Paul expresses the same theme that we see throughout all of his 14 epistles: God’s gift of Grace to the sinner.
    “Much more the Grace of God, and the gift by grace, which is by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded unto many” (Romans 5:15, KJV).
    · We are saved from the trap of sin and death.
    · We no longer live in darkness, cursed by the sin of Adam.
    · Through Christ’s death and resurrection, our old lives of sin are crucified with Christ (Galatians 2:20), and we arise with Christ to new life IN Him.
    · We are one with Christ, and therefore, one with our Father in heaven.
    · We are no longer children of Satan, but children of God. The gift of all gifts.
    The apostle Paul was raised up by Christ, Himself, to bring this final gospel to the world so that many people will believe and receive the revelation of Christ as their new life.
    Have you heard of the Paul’s final gospel?
    Follow Paul as He follows Christ, and you will hear it loud and clear. It’s not what we believe; it’s in Whom we believe.
    Christ, our only hope of glory!

    • 16 min
    Romans 5, Part 11

    Romans 5, Part 11

    Christ Hath Abounded Onto ManyBy Tammy Lacock
    “But not as the offence, so also is the free gift. For if through the offence of one many be dead, much more the grace of God, and the gift by grace, which is by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded unto many.” (Romans 5:15)
    Warren Litzman brings us the Scriptures as they are written, not interpretation. He passes on to us the Apostle Paul’s message of Christ just as Paul wrote it, so there is no room for interpretation.
    In Romans 5:15, Paul explains that the failure of humanity over the course of 4,000 years, from creation to the cross, started with one man, Adam. Since then, his sin passed on to humanity. But by one man, Jesus Christ, through His death, burial, and resurrection at the Cross, we are saved from sin and death and begin our new life as believers in Him.
    When He died, we too died to our old lives of sin. When He arose, we too arose to a new life in Him. Paul says in Galatians 2:20, “I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.”
    In fact, only the Apostle Paul was raised up by Christ, Himself, to bring this final Gospel of Grace. By God’s gift of Grace, we are saved by just believing in Christ as our Savior. We are saved from the trap of sin and death that was passed down from Adam through the generations.
    Warren explains that all Scriptures are for us but not all are to us.
    Paul’s epistles are to us, for now. He tells us we are now living in a God-allotted time he calls the dispensation of Grace. During this time of Grace, the Holy Spirit is being poured out into the world, and many are coming to Christ.
    Christ died so that we might live. He fulfilled the law that humanity had failed before His death and resurrection. When He died, we died, too. When He arose, we arose with Him to a new life in Him. We are no longer subject to the law. Christ sets us free.
    This is Paul’s Gospel of Grace, the final Gospel.
    For Christ said at the Cross, “It is finished.”
    May we be followers of Paul as He followed Christ and pass on his message of Christ in us to all of humanity!

    • 17 min
    Romans 5, Part 10

    Romans 5, Part 10

    Only Christ Sets Us FreeBy Tammy Lacock
    “But not as the offence, so also is the free gift. For if through the offence of one many be dead, much more the grace of God, and the gift by grace, which is by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded unto many.” (Romans 5:15)
    In Romans 5:15, Paul explains to us that Adam was the one man who passed sin onto the world and by only one man, Jesus Christ, we are set free from that sin. But the free gift of God is not like the trespass. If many died by one man’s trespass, much more abundantly did God’s Grace and the gift that comes by the Grace of one man, Jesus Christ, overflow to benefit many.
    So how does that work?
    God, at the Cross, took the liberty in the death and resurrection of His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, of placing His Son in every believing sinner. By God’s amazing Grace, when Christ died, our sins died with Him. When Christ rose to a new life, we rose to a new life with Him. Christ became our new life. This is what Jesus meant when He said, “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” (John 10:10 KJV).
    Throughout Paul’s epistles to the churches, he speaks of this mystery, Christ IN every believer. This mystery he received only by the revelation of Jesus Christ. In fact, no man before him had this mystery revealed. And every man after, needs to have this revelation. Every sinner that believes in Christ as their Savior receives this great mystery, the free gift of Christ in us, our salvation. He is our Eternal Life.
    As believers in Christ, we are saved and on our way to our Father’s house in heaven.
    But do we know Christ lives in us now? How will we live our lives now knowing this Truth?
    Christ said, “I am the Way, The Truth, and The Life” (John 14:6 KJV). He is the the Way to God, the Father. He is the Truth in the world. And He is the Eternal Life within each of us who believes. “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32 KJV).

    • 17 min
    Romans 5, Part 9

    Romans 5, Part 9

    Only By God’s GraceBy Tammy Lacock
    “But not as the offense, so also is the free gift: for if through the offense of one many be dead, much more the grace of God, and the gift by grace, which is by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded unto many.” (Romans 5:15)
    Paul explains here in Romans 5:15 that it was through one man’s sin that every man since has also come into the world with sin. However, he says, through one man, by God’s Grace, we are saved.
    The Apostle Paul was the only man in the Bible who was raised up to explain God’s Grace. In fact, he calls the present time, from the time of his epistles to now, the dispensation of grace. In this dispensation, Paul tells us over and over in his epistles, that by God pouring out His Grace, we are saved and finally free of Adam’s sin by believing in one man, and his name is Jesus Christ. By His death, burial, and resurrection, Christ conquered sin and death, and we are saved by just believing.
    That’s God’s Grace.
    Today, people are still falling for the oldest trick in the book that we too can be like gods. We fall for the belief that we can do everything on our own. Yet, we will always fail and continue to fall, just as Adam did, if we continue to buy into the Devil’s schemes.
    The only way we can truly be set free is not by anything we do or don’t do. Christ did the work. When he died on the cross, He died so that our sins and our old lives would die with Him. By just believing in Christ as our Savior we have a new life in Him; we are completely new creatures ready to start over now as bona fide sons and daughters of our Father God in Heaven.
    Only by God’s Amazing Grace are we saved.

    • 19 min
    Romans 5, Part 8

    Romans 5, Part 8

    Christ Reigns In UsBy Tammy Lacock
    “For until the law sin was in the world: but sin is not imputed when there is no law. Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the similitude of Adam's transgression, who is the figure of him that was to come.” (Romans 5:13-14, KJV)
    Death reigned from Adam to Moses even to those who had not sinned after Adam’s disobedience. Death passed on to all men. Christ’s death on the cross and His resurrection, however, put an end to death for those who believe. When He died, our sins and our old lives died. Our new life with Christ is eternal. When we die in this body, we rise again with Christ to a new life with our Father in heaven. The great news is we can live that new life right now!
    God is a Lover. God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son to die for us so that we would live, and live more abundantly.
    He gave His Son so that He would die and in that death rise again to a new life in each one of us that believes.
    Sin and death no longer reign in us.
    Christ now reigns! And He reigns in each and every one of us who believes.

    • 17 min

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