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THE 3-D OF SALVATION 1. DISCUSSION II. Sanctification: God's saving act in delivering (Penyucian) man fr. the power of sin by the indwelling of Christ.

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1 THE 3-D OF SALVATION 1

2 DISCUSSION II. Sanctification: God's saving act in delivering (Penyucian) man fr. the power of sin by the indwelling of Christ A. The place of obedience in the process of salvation 2 extremes A. Legalism : B. Antinomianism: - Salvation by obedience - Salvation by grace - Result: spt. Pride eg. Pharisees 2

3 DISCUSSION C. Salvation by Grace 1. Eph. 2:8, 9: a. Saved by grace through faith (v. 8) b. Created in Cht. For Good work (v. 10) 2. Ps. 119:146 - “Save my that I may observe” (v. 134) obey Ez. 11:19, 20 Salvation Obedience Root fruit 3

4 DISCUSSION D. The example of Jesus: 1. John 14:30 – “The prince of this world has nothing in me” 2. DA. 123: - “There was in Him nothing that responded to Satan's sophistry.” - CHT's humanity was united with His divinity; He was fitted for the conflict by the indwelling of the H.S - So long as we are united to Him by faith, Sin has no more dominion over us Illus. Bluebirds: A new song 3. Let us live in tune with God 4

5 DISCUSSION C. Salvation by Grace 5. Obedience: A response of gratitude Ps. 116:12 - “What shall I render unto The Lord for All His Bounty to Me” cf. Ps. 103: 1 – 5 1. Forgiveness 2. Healing 3. Daily Provision 5

6 DISCUSSION C. Salvation by Grace 5. Obedience: A response of gratitude 1. v. 13 – I will pray – worship Our time (Ex. 20:8 – 11) 2. v.14 – I will pay – Tithe and offering Our Money (Lev. 27:30) 6

7 DISCUSSION B. Contrast Between Justification - Rome 3Sanctification - Rome 6 1God's saving activity to deliver man fr. The guilt & penalty of sin by death of CHT on the cross - Rom. 6:23 – Wages of sin – death John 5:24, 25 – Death life God's saving activity to deliver man fr. the power/dominance of sin by the indwelling of CHT in the heart - Rome 6:6 – Power to enslave Illus: drug, alcohol, gambling - John 8:32 – Truth...make you free - Romans 1:16, 17 – power: “Dynamos” 2 What Christ did for us 2000 yrs ago (Past) What Christ is doing in us now (Present 7

8 DISCUSSION B. Contrast Between Justification - Rome 3Sanctification - Rome 6 3 God reconciling us to Himself Legally (Forensic) - New status: Saint Rom. 1:7; 1 Cor. 1:2 God reconciling us to Himself Experimentally - New nature: New creation 2 Cor. 5:17; Ez. 36:26 4 Justification Causes SanctificationSanctification: result of Justification 5Christ Righteousness bestowedChrist righteousness possessed 6Christ Righteousness: imputed Reckoned Accounted Credited - Phil. 1:8 - “Charge to my account” Christ Righteousness imparted 8

9 DISCUSSION Justification - Rome 3Sanctification - Rome 6 7 Christ coming into our lives - Rev. 3:20: I will come in Christ dwelling in our lives - Rev. 3:20 – And Eat gr. Deipnezo Song: into my heart - Guest >< tenant - Gal. 2:20 Rev. 3:20: I will come 8Our title to heaven - Passport Our fitness for heaven - visa 9 God's power of forgiveness Turning point Growth in holiness State of Holiness Process 9

10 DISCUSSION B. Contrast Between Justification - Rome 3Sanctification - Rome 6 10Died to sin - Romans 6:2 Walk I the newness of life - Romans 6:4 11 Examples a. The publican: Lk. 18 b. Thief on the cross: Lk. 23 c. Isaiah: Isa. 6 Examples: a. Paul: Gal. 2:20 b. Enoch walk with God for 300 yrs. Gen. 5: c. Noah walked with God Gen. 10

11 DISCUSSION C. The essence of salvation: Dependent Rel. 1. The consequence of sin - Broken Rel. 2. The result of justification - Restored Rel. 3. The result of sanctification - Maintained Rel. Accept Christ Restored B.C.A.D. G G Broken (Isa. 59:2) Separated Maintained (John 15:4) Abide in me 11

12 DISCUSSION How to maintain relationship with God 1. Prayer: 1 Thes. 5:17 – Pray without ceasing Illus: Hotline: no answering machine Emergency Exit 2. Bible Study: Acts 17:10 – 11: Daily John 8:31, 32 – Continue in my word Ps. 119:

13 DISCUSSION I. Justification B. “All men have sinned” - Rome 3:23 1. What is sin a. 1 John 3:4 - “Transgression of Law” - A state of lawlessness b. Isa. 59:2 – separation fr. God 13

14 DISCUSSION I. Justification B. “All men have sinned” - Rome 3:23 2. The result of sin a. Isa. 59:2 – Separtion fr. God b. Rome 6:23 – Death (The 2 nd death) Illus: sin = Quagmire (Quicksand) 14

15 DISCUSSION Note: EveAchanDavid Gen. 3:6Joshua 7:212 Sam. 11: st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th Saw Desire Took Ate Saw Coveted Took Hidden Saw Inquired Took Lay 15

16 DISCUSSION Note 1: The meaning of Justification 1. Saved from the penalty of sin by the death of Christ 16

17 DISCUSSION Note 1: Result of Justification: a. New status: we are legally declined righteous John 5:24, 25 – Have passed fr. death to life 17

18 DISCUSSION *When does eternal life begin? 1. John 5:24, Tim. 6:12 3. John 3: John 3:14, 15 DA. 331: “As through Jesus we enter into rest, heaven begins here. We respond to His invitation, Come, learn of Me, and in thus coming we begin the life eternal.” * 1 st death = Sleep (50x) 18

19 Note 2: * BC – Before we accepted Christ - Our status – Condemned criminal - Guilty criminal under the capital sentence awaiting to be executed 19

20 Note 2: * AC – After we accept Christ - Our status changed – Acquitted - Criminal → Saint - Eternal life starts “Quality” - “Quantity” - EG. The Publican: Lk. 18:9 – 14 The thief on the cross: Lk. 23:43 Illus: Dr. Subandrio 20

21 DISCUSSION Note 3: Result of Justification: b. The new nature: we are made Righteous 1. Paul: a new creation -2 Cor. 5:17 2. Paul: transformed - Rom. 12:1 - 3 gr. Metamorphosis Worm → butterfly 21

22 DISCUSSION 3. Ezekiel - A new heart - Ez. 36:26 4. Peter – Partakers of divine Nature – 2 Peter 1:4 5. Jesus: New Birth – John 3:5 Ed. 126: The creative energy that called the worlds into existence is in the word of God. This word imparts power; it begets life. Every command is a promise; accepted by the will, received into the soul, it brings with it the life of the Infinite One. It transforms the nature and re-creates the soul in the image of God. eg. Saul → Paul 22

23 DISCUSSION Note: Before ChristAfter Christ 6Hopeless Jer. 13:23 Illus. Quicksand Assured 2 Tim. 4:

24 CONCLUSION: Philemon: Paul – Onesimus Samuel: Abigail- Nabal John 1:29 LS. Yesus Telah Bayar Hutang Dosaku 24

25 God's promise: 1. 1 John 1:9 - Confess 2. Pro. 28:13 – Forsake Illus. David: Ps. 51 Prodigal son: Lk. 15 Isa. 1:8 Isa. 43:25 Note: Restitution: Ex.22:1 Ez. 33:14 Zacheus Forgiveness 25

26 DISCUSSION II. The lives of the NT believers (2) B. The conviction to return 1. Attitudes and actions led the prodigal to decide to return home 2. Principle of revival and reformation 26

27 CONCLUSION: 2. Dwell more on this idea of working out your own salvation with “fear and trembling.” 27

28 CONCLUSION: 3. Forgiveness precede reformation 28


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