Garrett Kell - October 6, 2013
What Makes Me Right With God? (Romans 4:1-25)
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How are people in the Old Testament made right with God? Is it different than people in the New Testament? By using Abraham as an example, we see that anyone who would be made right with God must do so by faith in the promises God gives concerning His Son. Faith alone is the means to access God's grace.
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