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In this message we hear about the last two benefits of salvation and move into a study of how a believer can be sanctifiedor set apartfor God.
The benefits of salvation is Dr. J. Vernon McGee’s topic today. Hop aboard as we discover that beyond eternal life, there are many benefits for the believer on earth as well.
Salvation is by faith alone. If you’ve been studying with us for the past couple weeks you’ve heard the Apostle Paul’s very convincing argument for this statement. But what about the Old Testament? How were men like Abraham and David saved?
How can I be right with God? That’s what we’re discovering in our study of Romans as we learn about righteousness, justification, grace, mercy, and faith.
We are all sinners. That’s the hard truth we’re faced with as we travel through the book of Romans. But in this case, difficult truth leaves an opening for amazing grace.
Do you practice what you preach? That’s one of the important questions we have to answer as Dr. J. Vernon McGee encourages us to examine our faith in this continuing study of Paul’s famous letter to the early Christian believers in Rome.
Could he be the last…
One of the best Bible teachers in all of human history. He has shaped and challenged my thinking for 30 years now. My God grant us many many more years of learning through him…
Every lesson from McGee is full of milk and meat! Food for the children and meat for adults.
Timeless and spot on
I’ve caught TBB on the radio several times a week for around 10 years and finally have started “in the beginning” with this podcast.
No matter when or what message I’ve caught, they’ve always made an impact.