The Demands of Grace
These verses contain a beautiful description of the most important event in human history. That event is the incarnation of Jesus. When Jesus left the glories of heaven and came into this world as a man, He was a visible manifestation of the grace of God. Through Him, the grace of God burst forth into the history of man like the rising sun piercing the darkness of night until it vanishes away. The appearance of Jesus has given man an understanding of the grace of God.
By the Grace of God I am what I am
Other than our Lord's, we know more about the life of the Apostle Paul than any of his contemporaries. Like those whom we read about in the Old Testament, the life of the Apostle Paul is put on display for us as an example. His life was truly dedicated to serving Christ and it provides a great example of the life that each of us should strive to live. Most importantly, he lived a life in which he acknowledged all that he had become was because of the grace of God.
Noah and Grace through Faith
As we read the Bible, we find that nearly 1,700 years after creation the world had become a wicked place. In fact, the scriptures teach that man was consumed with wickedness. All of his thoughts were evil continually. Things were so bad that God saw fit to destroy man, and He was sorry that He had ever made man. Just when it seemed that all hope was lost one man found grace in the eyes of the Lord. God extended grace to Noah, but it was through faith that Noah benefited from it.
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