1. Jesus not only desires mercy, but gives mercy. Our sacrifices will never satisfy the demands of the Law, but Christ's sacrifice for us gives all the holiness the law requires.
  2. What's your vote for the most misapplied and misquoted Bible verse of all time? Craig and Troy vote for "Don't you judge me!" Today we talk about the reality of being under judgment, and seeking repentance.
  3. Why do you worry, when God has your back? Craig and Troy consider the lillies, the 1st Commandment, and the comfort found in seeking first His kingdom.
  4. So, look . . . if you want to rely upon works of the Law to lay claim to the title "child of God," you can't. To be under the Law is to be a slave, and slaves are not sons.
  5. Paul shows that the Law was never intended to save, but that salvation comes only through promise. The Law merely served as an instructor until the coming of the promised Christ.
  6. Paul has a full head of steam and runs into the ground the notion that we receive the Spirit by works instead of by grace. Instead, we are of Abraham, the man of Christ.
  7. Apostle fight, round one . . . GO! Paul puts the smackdown on Peter in a in a no-holds-barred fight for the gospel, because there's too much at stake.
  8. We know how reading God's Word can sometimes be confusing, but it doesn't have to be. Craig and Troy discuss how God uses the Word in our lives by both convicting us of our sin and delivering us the forgiveness of those same sins through Jesus Christ. Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and give us a great review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts! Email us: ForYouRadio@1517.org www.1517.org/foryou We're proud to be a podcast of 1517.org podcasts.
  9. What is God's law and what is its purpose? Troy and Craig take on this topic in brief and they explain why this is important for every Christian to understand.
  10. Christ alone has finished your salvation. Christ alone could and has made satisfaction for your sins.
  11. So what's the back side? What's the promise? We shall not have other gods, but we do have the one, true God—the promise of a God for us.