Rom 4:23-25; Rom 3:21-26; Rom 5:10-21; Joh 5:24; 1Jo 5:11-12; Heb 7:15-17; Joh 11:25-26; Joh 14:6.
WTROM-26-140413 - length: 59:37 - taught on Apr, 13 2014
Believing in the resurrection is essential to being justified.
The faith that saves is not faith in the act of resurrection, but in its meaning!
One who believes in the resurrection believes first of all that his own personal sins sent Jesus to the cross,…
…and that Jesus was the all-sufficient sacrifice for sins.
The blood of Christ was accepted as the ransom price for our sins, and so Jesus was raised again.
Acts 2:24 But God raised Him up again, putting an end to the agony of death, since it was impossible for Him to be held in its power.
So he who really believes in the resurrection believes that the guilt of his sins is canceled!
the blood of Christ ->
resurrection of Christ!
Sin is answered by the blood of Christ. Justification is answered with His Resurrection.