"None of these things move me, neither could I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God" (Acts 20:24).
We first look at grace in the planning of salvation. God made choice of a people before the foundation of the world, determining to save them and ultimately to conform them to the image of his Son.
We then consider grace in the execution of salvation. Jesus Christ came at the appointnted time, went to the cross, and redeemed those given him by the Father.
And then there is grace in the application of salvation. It is by grace that sinners are drawn to Christ, made alive, and enabled to believe.
Then we consider grace in the continuation of salvation. It is by grace that these redeemed souls are kept and display the evidences of grace in their life.
Finally, we see grace in the message of the gospel. It is not a message of legalism, but good news to sinners that there is hope through Jesus Christ.
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