Matthew 22:37 tells us that the whole law hangs on the two commandments of loving God and loving our neighbor as yourself. These two commandments are a part of the love of God we are commanded to practice. The one that does not practice righteousness does not practice love according to the apostle John. Practicing righteousness is practicing the fruit of the spirit.
Our newest book has a few chapters that expound on the love commandment and how it fulfills the law. This new book also addresses what it means to practice righteousness according to the apostles Paul and John’s inspired and anointed writings.
Faith that Receives the Grace of God
Introduction (from the book)
This book was written by the prompting of the Holy Spirit to answer many questions Christians are asking today. It is a book of spiritual Bible answers! Do you want answers to any of the following questions?
Is faith important?
What does it mean to live according to the “present truth”?
How is faith activated?
What is an “extreme” or “super” faith?
What is the Sovereignty of God?
Does God sometimes say “no” to our prayers?
Is it God’s will to heal and deliver?
Will love, mercy, and grace heal and deliver me?
Is anything in the kingdom of God automatic once you receive Jesus as Lord and Savior?
What is righteousness?
What is sanctification?
What does it mean to abide, walk, and live in Christ?
What is the fear of the Lord, and is it different for the Christian today?
Did Jesus teach love and acceptance?
Do Christians need to confess their sins?
Are Christians responsible and accountable before God for their future sins?
Was first John written to Gnostics?
Were the epistles of John, James, Hebrews, Peter, Jude, and the Revelation only written for Jews?
Are Paul’s writings the only writings that are relevant for the church in general?
Did the Apostle Paul and Jesus agree?
Did Jesus teach according to the harshness of the law, but Paul taught according to grace and love?
Has the Old Testament been cancelled because we are under grace?
What is the difference between the Old Testament and the New Testament?
Has “faith” and “following steps” become legalism for many in the Body of Christ?
What is grace and how is it accessed according to the New Testament?
How do we get into a flow of grace?
Are we required to do anything since we are under grace and not under the law?
Can grace grow and be multiplied in our lives?
What are the works of the law?
What does it mean to be “performance” or “works” minded?
Are we subject to the law?
What were Paul’s arguments about the law and works?
What is the royal law of God?
Do we have to practice the feasts and festivals given to Israel?
Should we wear a Jewish prayer shawl to pray?
Are we required to keep the Sabbath?
Do we have to keep a certain diet?
What is a “works” covenant?
What is the difference between pre-Calvary obedience and post-Calvary obedience?
Are many today teaching a gospel based on performance?
Are we required to do good works?
What are good fruits?
How will Christians be judged at the Judgment seat of Christ?
What does the book of Revelation say about grace and works among the churches?
Are there pre-conditions to God’s promises?
This was only a sample of the many questions answered in this book. Even if you believe that you know the answers to some (or most) of these questions, are you willing to learn some more on the subjects? Are you ready to study God’s Word? That is the only true source of precise answers to all our questions. That is what we give you in this book by the Word and by the Spirit of God!
Our study is divided into two major parts. You must understand part one on “The Faith that Receives” before you can get to part two on “Receiving the Grace of God”. Try not to get too excited and skip some areas of the study. Read it in the chapter order of this book if at all possible. The Lord has helped us to put it in order for you. It is a teaching that is built line upon line and precept upon precept from His holy Word. (Isaiah 28:9, 10) Be mightily and overwhelmingly blessed!
(from Introduction of the book)