Both legalism and antinomianism spring from a failure to understand the nature of the law and its function sa Christian life. Kung "low" ang view natin ng "law", we will not grow deeper into the gospel. Pero kung we will recover a high view of the law, masasabi nating: "Dahil kay Jesus, love ako ni Lord, accepted na niya ako. Dahil diyan, masaya ang puso ko sa pagsunod sa mga utos niya."
The gospel is not about something we do but about what has been done for us, and yet the gospel results in a whole new way of life. This grace and the good deeds that result must be both distinguished and connected. The gospel, its results, and its implications must be carefully related to each... Continue Reading →
"Our testimonies should point to Jesus Christ and the transforming work He has done in our lives–not merely positive changes we have experienced. Jesus should be the hero of every testimony. The more clear we can be about Who He is and what He has done, the more impact our testimonies will have, and the more glory will go to Christ."