God’s Workmanship – Gospel in Life
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God’s Workmanship

Tim Keller |  December 13, 1992

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Topics:
  • Salvation
Duration:
29:27
Scripture:
Ephesians 2:8-10
SKU:
RS 237-27

Ephesians 2:8–10

Ephesians 2:1-10 shows how a normal person can become a Christian, emphasizing that becoming saved is a gift from God, not a prize for doing good things. It talks about how God’s grace can change us, using stories and examples from culture, and it explains how grace, faith, and good works are connected. The passage teaches that it’s more important who we are than what we do, that God’s love is personal for each of us, and that we should rely on God’s plan and let His power change us.

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