This Sunday, we continued our mini series on Titus 2, focussing particularly on verse 11. We looked at the aspect of God's grace concerned with salvation but began by clarifying the definition of grace, not as abstract 'stuff', but an umbrella term for all of the undeserved, personal activity of God towards mankind. Here's a summary of what I spoke about:
- What grace saves us from, i.e. God's just anger against and the penalty for our sinful nature and choices which leads to death (Rom 1:18; 6:23). This included thinking about God's perfect holiness.