The grace that saves is a grace that sustains and motivates the believer. Grace teaches the believer to be godly in this present world. If you are not being taught to be such then how can you say you are a receipt of grace? “For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, training us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in the present age, waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ…” – Titus 2:11-13
0:00 – Christianity is truly relational.
1:46 – Impact Paul Washer has had on my life.
3:40 – Sermon text – Titus 2. The Disciplines of Grace.
6:17 – Where am I headed with this sermon?
11:07 – If in Christ, every day is a good day!
13:28 – Three aspects of this grace that every true believer will encounter.
21:04 – Many in our day divorce salvation from sanctification.
25:31 – Don’t play with vipers on the Internet.
32:47 – Example of self-control over your tongue.
37:35 – Second example of apologizing for a gossipy comment.
40:41 – Church is more than just showing up on Sunday.
43:06 – Sensitive to sins of omission.
44:12 – We often have a shallow view of ungodliness.
46:01 – Do you think about what your sin does to God?
51:12 – Closing Prayer