We need to be grounded in justification by faith. It is, as someone has said, “the doctrine by which the church stands or falls.” It is also the doctrine by which the Christian stands or falls. Paul understood this, and so he wrote passionately about this doctrine in the book of Romans. In this study, I wish to briefly examine Romans 3:19-25 and consider some of the practical considerations that we need to know as those justified by faith alone.
These sermons formed part of Doug Van Meter's miniseries in the five solas of the Reformation.
|Grace Works (Ephesians 2:1–10)||Doug Van Meter||10 Feb 2013||Listen|
|By Faith Alone (Romans 3:19–28)||Doug Van Meter||17 Feb 2013||Listen|
|In Christ Alone (2 Corinthians 4:1–6)||Doug Van Meter||17 Feb 2013||Listen|
|Scripture Alone (2 Timothy 3:1–4:8)||Doug Van Meter||3 Mar 2013||Listen|
|To God Alone Be the Glory (Romans 11:33–36)||Doug Van Meter||3 Mar 2013||Listen|