Perfect in Christ: The Christian Life

Many believe that to live with Heavenly Father forever, they must prove themselves worthy through good works. But that relationship is out of order. Find out why.

Understand the relationship between faith & works.

The message of the Bible is clear: Mixing works with grace ruins grace. We are saved because of Christ’s work alone. For many, this begs the question: Do good works mean anything for salvation?

Defining Key Terms: Works

We trust in Christ's work alone for our salvation, but this does not make good works unimportant. On the contrary, they flow naturally from faith because Christ now lives in us (Galatians 2:20). Works are the fruit, not the root, of salvation.

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Can you have faith without works?

Does James 2:24 teach that works are necessary for salvation?

Do My Works Mean Anything for My Salvation?

Does God Command Obedience in the Bible?

What is the Relationship Between Faith and Works?

How Do I Work Out My Salvation?

Is My Best Enough?

Parable of the Sheep and the Goats

Parable of the Talents

Parable of the Ten Virgins

The most important promise God gave us was to save us, fulfilled in Jesus. But God’s promises don’t stop there.

God didn’t defeat the greatest problems of sin and hell, only to leave us to struggle alone with the rest.

God's Comforting Promises

Through faith, believers enjoy many other wonderful promises which impact our life right now. Thankfully, these promises don’t depend on us. They depend on God and, since he is faithful, you can count on them.

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Are You at Peace with God?

Take Off the Mask

You Have Direct Access to God

Where Can We Find Protection from the Storms of Life?

Do you feel distant from God?

You Have a New Identity in Christ

You Have Contentment in Christ

You Have the Fruit of the Spirit

You Have Joy in Jesus

You Have God’s Presence

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