We are free to fruitfully serve God in the power of the Spirit.
Everyone is a slave, either to sin or to Christ. The slave of Christ receives a great reward.
Our spiritual identity should determine our lifestyle. It would be foolish to live in contradiction to who you are.
Only the second Adam is capable of transforming your life and destiny. Who’s your man? Is it Jesus?
God’s love for scoundrels results in permanent bounty for His saints.
Jesus creates a whole new reality in believers’ hearts.
Given the amount of information we process, as well as our human tendency toward immediate gratification, we might chalk this promise up to be something to consider down the road. But this would be a mistake.
We receive God’s trust by trusting the Promisor.
Favor with God comes by genuine trust, for the greatest individuals and for the least.
We really don’t trust God. And so, we pile on the weight of rules, and privileges, and pride, and we march up to the righteous Judge and say, “look at me!”