Thousands of professing Christians and many large denominations insist there are no works required in order to receive salvation! Millions of people who profess Christ insist that the LAW is “done away”; that such things as the Sabbath, annual Sabbaths, clean and unclean meats, tithing are all unnecessary. They believe the Bible says “Jesus nailed the law to His cross,” and claim that “under the ‘NEW’ Covenant” there is no obligation to keep any laws! Millions believe we are saved by grace alone! They insist there are no works of any kind involved in salvation.
Is this true? Will God save us if we do not obey Him? Put another way, will God refuse salvation to us if He finds us trying to keep His laws? Does it make God angry with us when He sees us trying to keep His Ten Commandments? Can keeping the Sabbath and holy days get you LOST?
In a series of three sermons on Galatians Garner Ted Armstrong examines in fine detail the “saved by grace” – “no works required” argument of many mainstream nominal christian churches and compares that to what the Bible actually says.
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