The Bible is divided into two parts. The Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is commonly referred to as, the law of the Lord. The New Testament is known conceptually as, the good news of God’s grace. Law and grace–in that order and for good reason. Simply stated, it’s because we have broken God’s law that we need His grace.
To be sure, grace is found in the Old Testament. Abraham believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness. They were always saved by grace because no one could ever keep the perfect law perfectly.
According to the New Testament, the moral law as contained in the Ten Commandments (not to be confused with the ceremonial or civil law of ancient Israel) show us not how to get saved but that we need to be saved and from what (Romans 3:20, Romans 3:31, Romans 7:7, Romans 13:8-10). The law defines what sin is. God’s definition of sin has never changed. In the KJV 1 John 3:4 says,
“Sin is the transgression of the law.”
Knowing what sin is, is one of the greatest things you could ever know. The recognition of a problem is half the solution. Jesus said, “I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.” He meant the self-righteous! It is sin that Jesus came to save us from (Matthew 1:21)!
What did the Master do when the false teachers tried to trap Him? He did not argue doctrine. All He had to do was ask the right question and it shut their mouths every time! Our resources provide you with the actual questions you can use to stop the mouths and open the minds of skeptics and unbelievers!
Our training courses include not only a proper understanding of how to share the Gospel, but how to answer the cults and the false religions. All of our training is designed to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.
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