Sunday, June 25, 2006

Law Versus Grace

LAW versus GRACE
Self-focus verus God-focus
Self righteousness versus Humble
Self power versus God power
Man pleasing versus Already pleased
Fake/Dishonest versus Transparent/real
Prideful versus Grateful
External focus versus Internal focus
Do (work) versus Done (rest)
Identity (what you do) versus Identity (who you are)

Are you focussed on law or grace?

9 comments:

dorsey said...

Put me down for a large order of grace, a side of chips, and a cold Foster's.
:-)

Kitty Cheng said...

Sounds good to me Dorsey. I would join you for the 'feast', plus a dish of sashimi and hot wasabi perhaps ;)

audrey` said...

and 3 glasses of chilled mango juice as well as loads of durians ;)

Kitty Cheng said...

hehe Audrey, oh I'm sure God's grace incorporates the mango juice and durians LOL ;) Yummyyy!!

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Good question, Kitty.

Too many people are caught up with looking to law.

God Bless

Matthew

Kitty Cheng said...

Yes Matthew, let's look to grace!

BruceD said...

I love what you're saying here!

And you say you're not "in" to controversy? HA! This piece right here could get you nailed to a tree!

Great love!

Bruce

Kitty Cheng said...

Bruce, so far i'm not 'nailed' to a tree in God's Grace ;) If it is by law, I'm not so sure...

God Bless!

Digital Diet 365 said...

Hi,

Christ said the law is here till heaven and earth pass and they haven't yet. Mark 2:27-28. Jesus said to teach the law (Mat 5:19)and that those who teach to break it are least in the kingdom of heaven. Look at rev 22:14, those who DO the commandments are the ones who enter into heaven's gates.

Jesus said that our righteouseness must exceed the scibes and the pharisees if we want to enter heaven.(Mat 5:20) Paul was a Parisee who taught contrary to Christ.

I seriously believe Paul was a false apostle and have a huge listing of reasons why. Have you ever wondered about this?

Paul wasn't ordained an apostle by Christ (Mat 10)

Paul wasn't mentioned as one of the only two mentioned who could replace Judas as an aposlte (acts chapter 1) In fact, to be considered one had to be there from the baptism to the reserection.

Paul's conversion story is not credible as there are various accounts that differ...Acts 22 and Acts 26.

Much more on my blogpage...