Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 19, 2010
Romans teaches us that we are "justified by faith" rather than by works. But shouldn’t holy people do holy things? And don’t good deeds please God? So, why wouldn’t good works justify us before God?
OPEN: Comedian Ken Davis tells of the time he gave a speech in his college class. The title of his talk was, "The Law of the Pendulum."
For 20 minutes he carefully explained the principle that governs a swinging pendulum. The law of the pendulum is: A pendulum can never return to a point