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Dr. Jim Mann - 02/07/2021

Why Justice?

Moral bankruptcy is recognizing that we cannot redeem ourselves—recognizing that it was only God’s grace that saved us. If we don’t have a true picture of our spiritual bankruptcy, we don’t have a true understanding of God’s love for us and the grace he offers us. And if we don’t see it in our own lives, we won’t be truly motivated to do justice for others.

Scripture References: James 2:14-19, Genesis 1:26-27, Genesis 9:6, James 3:9, Genesis 1:26, Psalms 8:4-6, Psalms 24:1, 1 Chronicles 29:11-14, Deuteronomy 10:18-19, Isaiah 58:3-7, Isaiah 58:10, Matthew 5:3

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Dr. Jim Mann - 02/07/2021

Why Justice?

Moral bankruptcy is recognizing that we cannot redeem ourselves—recognizing that it was only God’s grace that saved us. If we don’t have a true picture of our spiritual bankruptcy, we don’t have a true understanding of God’s love for us and the grace he offers us. And if we don’t see it in our own lives, we won’t be truly motivated to do justice for others.

Scripture References: James 2:14-19, Genesis 1:26-27, Genesis 9:6, James 3:9, Genesis 1:26, Psalms 8:4-6, Psalms 24:1, 1 Chronicles 29:11-14, Deuteronomy 10:18-19, Isaiah 58:3-7, Isaiah 58:10, Matthew 5:3

From Series: "And Justice for All"

The quest for justice is a much-debated topic these days. But what is it? Who determines what is just or unjust? And where does the church fit in? In this sermon series "And Justice for All," Dr. Jim Mann will unpack this very relevant topic, digging into what the Bible says about justice.

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