Sermon #11: God’s Glory Alone (Soli Deo Gloria)

The Bible confirms this life of good works that is a result of faith all through out the New Testament by example, teaching and reason. The truth of this is even echoed back to us in the critiques and condemnations of the unbelieving world whenever they see or experience a church that is all talk and no walk. People who profess faith but are not good people are anathema to the sincere and seeking people of the world. A faith that claims Christ but does not look like Christ is not a biblical life and it would not be the life the reformers would of approved. Christ’s goodness is the the fruit of the Spirit in our lives. That means being good people and doing the most good for the most people, glorifies God.

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