obedience to God's law will never save. However the law plays an integral role in pointing out what sin is thus creating a need for Christ, the Saviour. The fruit of accepting this invitation is living in obedience to God's laws.
(PRWEB) August 25, 2008
World's Last Chance, the world's most distinct, nondenominational, website released a video unveiling the truth behind the ubiquitous belief that "living under grace" liberates a Christian from obeying the law.
In response to this belief, the ministry has released an eight-minute YouTube video that provides a biblical definition of what grace really is. Whilst also explaining the most popular yet misunderstood verse: "For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace."
Dahlia Doss of World's Last Chance believes this topic is urgent. "It's Satan's ultimate desire to cause Christians to believe that 'living under grace' has abolished the necessity of obeying God's law. Or that it is of no consequence what you believe as long as you believe in Jesus. The Bible disagrees with both of these notions."
WLC emphasizes that "obedience to God's law will never save. However the law plays an integral role in pointing out what sin is thus creating a need for Christ, the Saviour. The fruit of accepting this invitation is living in obedience to God's laws."
The ministry upholds that the conditions of eternal life, under grace, are just what they were in the beginning in Eden -- perfect harmony with God through conformity to His law. The standard of character presented in the Old Testament is the same that is presented in the New Testament. And God has made provision to attain to this standard by the grace of Jesus Christ dwelling within the heart.
WLC believes the law and grace are as closely knit together as Christ is to the cross. As it is the law that triggers the need for grace.
"Jesus said that if you love me keep my commandments. And seeing that He and the Father are one then the Ten Commandments are also Jesus' Commandments," points out Doss.
"Just think," Doss concludes, "if God could have canceled His law then Jesus would never have needed suffer death on the cross in place of humanity's transgression of God's law."
To understand the Biblical "living under grace" watch " The Law and Christians."
About World's Last Chance:
World's Last Chance is an online Christian ministry that produces the most viewed, controversial and translated end-time Bible prophetic videos on the web. The website upholds sharp and provoking teachings from the Bible, which have yet to be disproved.
The ministry is operated by nondenominational volunteers who share the belief that the second coming of Christ is only a few years away and are dedicated to sharing God's last warning of mercy with the world before His coming.
For more information on the World's Last Chance ministry, please visit http://www.worldslastchance.com.
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