Religion dictates boundaries concerning God’s Love as a form of control. The result is a constant battle with condemnation that influences how we perceive God feels about us. If we do not abandon the boundaries that have been placed upon God’s Love for us, then we cannot respond to Him as a loving father. Only thru Love can we step out from those boundaries and see between the lines. Listen in as Bill challenges us to interpret and understand God’s word from a revelation of His love. Religion has boxed people in, yet God in His love tells us “it was for freedom, that Christ has set us free!”
Yet another article has come out in Charisma News maligning the hyper-grace gospel and those of us who preach it. In it, Daniel Norris worries that preaching grace without the law leads to the sort of lawlessness that Jesus said “would abound in the last days” (Matt. 24:12). The implication is that those of us who preach this message are causing the love of many to grow cold. As others have claimed, our heretical teachings may be responsible for a last day’s apostasy sends millions to hell.
The punchline of this latest article is that we would delight in the old covenant law, as David did, and so right the “tilting ship” of unbalanced grace.
Since I am one of those who preaches the “toxic theology” of hyper-grace, and since I have long argued that the law has no relevance for the believer, permit me to respond to the accusations made in the article, which I summarize in eight points: Click here (or on the picture) to continue reading…Article by Paul Ellis at escapetoreality.org Thanks again Paul!