And my worship is this, in order that your love should yet more and more abound in full experiential knowledge and all perception, Philippians 1:9
And not only, but also we boast in the tribulations, because we intuitively know the tribulation works out patience, and patience [works out] proof, and proof [works out] hope, and the hope does not put to shame, because the love from God has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit, the one given to us.
Therefore, after being justified out from faith, we have peace towards God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we boast upon the hope of God’s proper opinion.
Just as also David said, “Happy is the man to whom God reckons righteous apart from works. Happy are those whose lawlessness is forgiven and whose sins are fully covered up. Happy is a man, who the Lord will not ever reckon sin
However, to the one not working but believing upon the One justifying the ungodly, his faith is reckoned unto righteousness.
Where then is the boasting? It has been shut up. Through what sort of principle? The one of works? No, but through a principle of faith. Therefore, we conclude that by faith a man is justified apart from works pertaining to law. Or [is] God only belonging to Jews? And not the Gentiles? Yes, also the Gentiles. Since indeed God is one, Who will justify circumcision out from faith and uncircumcised through faith. Therefore, do we render ineffective law through the faith? May it never come to be! But we establish law.
Having been justified without cost by His grace through the complete redemption, the one in Christ Jesus, whom God before set forth a satisfaction through the faith in His blood unto a demonstration of His righteousness because of the passing over of the sins having previously coming to be by the tolerance of God facing a demonstration of His righteousness at this time for the purpose that He is righteous and justifying the one out from faith concerning Jesus.
Review of what God has taught us throughout the year.