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THE PROVISION OF SALVATION<br />Romans 3:21-31<br />message six<br />
An Experiential Exegesis ofYour Prison Without Bars<br />1. You know something about being in bondage to your self and pad...
An Experiential Exegesis ofYour Prison Without Bars<br />2. You know something about being handcuffed to a habit and incar...
An Experiential Exegesis ofYour Prison Without Bars<br />3. You know something about being locked up in a lustful longing<...
Definition<br />The word, sinned, simply means to miss a mark; to stumble, to fall, to come short.<br />
Point  1<br />	Most people are not measuring themselves against God; they are measuring themselves against   someoneelse.<...
Definition<br />Justification  has to do with a declaration of right relationship with God.<br />
Definition<br />Justification  has to do with a declaration of right relationship with God.<br /><ul><li>Redemption  isthe...
Definition<br />Propitiation means satisfaction of offended justice.<br />
Thesis<br />In order to be saved, you have to let God select what satisfies him.<br />
Point  3<br />	The only person in the universe who could act as your substitute and pay for God's offended holiness was Go...
Definition<br />The forbearance  of God is his self-restraint in the Old Testament at punishing sin because of his anticip...
Point  4<br />God can condemn you with the law but he can only save you by his Son.<br />
COME FORWARD FOR PRAYER<br />
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Gospel 6 rom 3 21 31 slides 101710

  1. 1. THE PROVISION OF SALVATION<br />Romans 3:21-31<br />message six<br />
  2. 2. An Experiential Exegesis ofYour Prison Without Bars<br />1. You know something about being in bondage to your self and padlocked to your past<br />
  3. 3. An Experiential Exegesis ofYour Prison Without Bars<br />2. You know something about being handcuffed to a habit and incarcerated by your own rebelliousness<br />
  4. 4. An Experiential Exegesis ofYour Prison Without Bars<br />3. You know something about being locked up in a lustful longing<br />
  5. 5. Definition<br />The word, sinned, simply means to miss a mark; to stumble, to fall, to come short.<br />
  6. 6. Point 1<br /> Most people are not measuring themselves against God; they are measuring themselves against someoneelse.<br />
  7. 7. Definition<br />Justification has to do with a declaration of right relationship with God.<br />
  8. 8. Definition<br />Justification has to do with a declaration of right relationship with God.<br /><ul><li>Redemption isthe payment of the price required to set a prisoner free.</li></li></ul><li>Point 2<br /> You cannot lose your salvation because the payment made was so effectivethat God can never again hear a charge against you.<br />
  9. 9. Definition<br />Propitiation means satisfaction of offended justice.<br />
  10. 10. Thesis<br />In order to be saved, you have to let God select what satisfies him.<br />
  11. 11. Point 3<br /> The only person in the universe who could act as your substitute and pay for God's offended holiness was God himself in the person of the perfection of Jesus Christ.<br />
  12. 12. Definition<br />The forbearance of God is his self-restraint in the Old Testament at punishing sin because of his anticipation of the cross.<br />
  13. 13. Point 4<br />God can condemn you with the law but he can only save you by his Son.<br />
  14. 14. COME FORWARD FOR PRAYER<br />

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