Do we still need God’s law if there’s grace?

A lot of Christians today believe that you can’t have both the law and grace at the same time. It’s either you live under God’s law or live under God’s grace.

One of the most commonly used and misunderstood verses is found in Romans 7:7-12. Without the proper understanding, reading through these verses can really be confusing. No wonder the Apostle Peter said that a lot of people twist Paul’s words to their own destruction.

Thus, in this blog, I want to show you the true meaning of Romans 7:7-12. By doing so, you’ll learn the following:

  • What is the purpose of the law of God?
  • How grace saves us from the penalty of the law
  • What is the role of law and grace in our salvation

Understanding these basic concepts is crucial. It holds the key to truly knowing God’s purpose for giving the law and for sacrificing His Son to give grace to all of us, sinners.

Thus, I highly recommend you read through this blog. There’s also a video that explains these lessons. With that, don’t miss this golden opportunity to gain a new and powerful insight from the Bible.


What does Romans 77-12 mean (The Role of Law and Grace in Your Salvation)

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