Righteousness by Faith

The year 1888 in SDA

The year 1888 is a year of significance for Seventh-day Adventists. In that year two young ministers brought a special message which contained the formula for revival to the church. Many believe that this message was never received by the SDA church.

The End of The Law

Some of us may be alarmed at the title of this article, however the phrase is a perfectly legitimate biblical statement taken from the writings of the apostle Paul and it can be found in Romans 10:4.

Under The Law

For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. (Rom 6:14)

Immediate Righteousness

This concept views the Christian life as a total and immediate change (2 Cor. 5:17; 1 John 3:19), rather than a gradual change which takes place through hard struggles.

Righteousness by Faith

Even the righteousness of God which is by faith of Jesus Christ unto all and upon all them that believe: for there is no difference: (Rom 3:22)

God has given Christ to us

He has given us the gift of his Son, the greatest gift that Heaven could bestow; and now if you connect with God, if you connect with heaven, you may, in the name and strength of Jesus develop symmetrical characters; characters that are spotless as the pure lily that opens its blossom on the bosom of the lake.

How to become a Christian

To become a Christian means to become a friend of Jesus. It means becoming a son of God. There is no greater privilege that any human being can have.

The Everlasting Gospel

The phrase, “the everlasting gospel,” is one that every Adventist is very familiar with. We all know the three angels' messages inside out. They have been the central focus, the key teaching of the movement, ever since it started more than a hundred and sixty years ago.

The book of Galatians

The arguments of Paul in the book of Galatians are very important, and understanding them is critical to a proper appreciation of the purpose and place of the law, as well as to a proper appreciation of the gospel.

God Alone is Good

As we have emphasized over and over, God alone is good (Matt. 19:17; Rev. 15:4).

Without The Law

In seeming contradiction the Bible speaks of a righteousness which is “without the law.” If righteousness is defined by the law, how can there be righteousness, “without the law” as Paul describes?

What is Sin?

The most fundamental question in this respect is this: Is sin an action or is it a state? To rephrase it, is sin something we do, or is it more accurately described as what we are?

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