Doctrines of Grace

Messages on the Doctrines of Grace



 



01 - Total Depravity The first and foundational precept of the doctrines of grace.  Man, by nature, is unable and unwilling to save himself.  
02 - Unconditional Election The 2nd message in this series - if salvation is impossible with men, God must save.  This message explains that God has purposed to save men since before time began.
03 - Particular Redemption The 3rd and perhaps the most important doctrine in this series - what occurred at the cross of Calvary is critical to a proper understanding of God's Word.  Surely, Christ came to save His people from their sins (Mat 1:21).  
04 - Effectual Calling The 4th message in this series - if man is unable to save himself; if God has chosen to save men; if Christ saved His people from their sins; God surely successfully calls them to faith in Christ.  
05 - Eternal Security The final message in this series - surely, if God saves men (and He most certainly does), then He preserves them.  

 

 

01 - Total Depravity The first and foundational precept of the doctrines of grace.  Man, by nature, is unable and unwilling to save himself.  
02 - Unconditional Election The 2nd message in this series - if salvation is impossible with men, God must save.  This message explains that God has purposed to save men since before time began.
03 - Particular Redemption The 3rd and perhaps the most important doctrine in this series - what occurred at the cross of Calvary is critical to a proper understanding of God's Word.  Surely, Christ came to save His people from their sins (Mat 1:21).  
04 - Effectual Calling The 4th message in this series - if man is unable to save himself; if God has chosen to save men; if Christ saved His people from their sins; God surely successfully calls them to faith in Christ. 
05 - Eternal Security The final message in this series - surely, if God saves men (and He most certainly does), then He preserves them.  

 

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