#GOFAMINTDailyDevotion Revision Day 3

3/7/2016   LESSON   5

JUSTIFICATION IS BY FAITH

Quarter’s Theme: BASIC CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES

Unit 2 – The Believers’ Justification And Admonition To Sinners (Lessons 5-9)

Suggested Hymns: G.H.B. 28, 160

Devotional Reading: LK. 18:9-14

Topic For Adults

JUSTIFICATION IS NOT LICENSE TO SIN

Topic For Youths

DON’T BE CHEATED BY THE DEVIL

Topic For Intermediates

PLEAD WITH GOD FOR MERCIES

Scripture Lesson

ROMANS 4:1-12; 5:1-5

 (RESPONSIBILITY MONTHS)

 

MEMORY VERSE

Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ (Rom. 5:1)

REVISION

Justification is simply pardon for sin, receiving a person into the favour of God. It is God declaring a genuinely saved believer discharged and acquitted from sin and the penalty of sin. The focus of this week’s lesson is to know the means through which one can get this justification. Is it by works or by faith? Paul used the example of Abraham’s justification to answer this all important question.

Justification is imparted into genuine believers a few moments after the surrenderedness. But the devil usually capitalises on the ignorance of many new converts to accuse them of sins that had already been forgiven them by God. Such people need assurance of justification which is by faith. The faith that gave you salvation is the same faith you need to be justified.

10/7/2016   LESSON   6

DEAD TO SIN, ALIVE TO GOD

Quarter’s Theme: BASIC CHRISTIAN DOCTRINES

Unit 2 – The Believers’ Justification And Admonition To Sinners (Lessons 5-9)

Suggested Hymns: G.H.B. 308, 309

Devotional Reading: COL. 3:1-17

Topic For Adults

DEAD OR SLEEP TO SIN

Topic For Youths

YOU CANNOT FOOL GOD

Topic For Intermediates

PUT ON GODLY VIRTUES

Scripture Lesson

ROMANS 6:1-23

(RESPONSIBILITY MONTHS)

 

MEMORY VERSE

Likewise, you also, reckon yourselves to be dead indeed to sin, but alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord (Rom. 6:11) NKJV

REVISION

That one is saved and justified by God is not the end of one’s Christian race. If care is not taken, such salvation and justification can be lost. However, to sustain this important Christian experience, believers must take certain steps further in their walk with God. One of these steps is the focus of this week’s lesson. They must not go back into their old sin, neither must they commit new sins, rather they must be righteous unto God in all their ways.

The Bible says you must work out your salvation with fear and trembling (Phil. 2:12). It is not enough for you to be saved and justified, you must build on them to sustain your salvation in God through holy and righteous living. Shun the life of sin, be dead to sin and its entanglements and be alive unto God through righteous deeds

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