1. The legal record of debt for our sin was canceled because Jesus satisfied the legal demands for us by his life, death, and resurrection.
  2. Vilification of the other is married to the justification of the self.
  3. In Jesus, the most totalizing summary of the law becomes the gospel of the one made perfect through obedience.
  4. Moses is no Jesus but he, like us, is saved by Him. The law cannot enter the promised land, and yet the true and greater promised land is occupied by nothing but lawbreakers.
  5. In this episode, Paulson helps listeners envision Luther's idea that the preacher is a "long-bowman" taking aim at the heart.
  6. There’s no possibility of understanding the grace of Romans 6 and the glory of Romans 8 unless you identify with the excruciating struggle of Romans 7.
  7. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the second installment of that series.
  8. When the Law is viewed in its true light, when its "glory" is revealed, it is found to do nothing more than to kill man and sink him into condemnation.
  9. When Luther was in the pulpit, he was teaching, and when he was in the lecture hall at the podium, he was preaching. Linebaugh’s outstanding book will help contemporary pastors to do the same.
  10. Saturday AM Study
  11. Make no mistake, sinners are in fact being pursued by a most hideous beast called sin, death, and the devil, unleashed and striking continuously.
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