Robbie Casas
Jan 29, 2017

INTRODUCTION

Every Sunday and every time we open our Bibles, it would do us well to refresh to ourselves the gospel—the passion and death of our Lord Jesus Christ, the very act of our Lord that resulted in the forgiveness of our sins and, consequently, our eternal salvation.

The cross of Christ on Calvary is the historical and eternal “but God” that is the center point in the history of mankind, the central event in God’s plan of redemption! But even beyond the theological significance of these two words in relation to redemptive plan, “But God…” also has practical implications in our daily lives.

BODY SERMON

“But God…” The cross of Christ on Calvary is the historical and eternal “but God” that is the center point in the history of mankind, the central event in God’s plan of redemption!

But even beyond the theological significance of these two words in relation to redemptive plan, “But God…” also has practical implications in our daily lives.

CONCLUSION

Our salvation in Christ is the most major event in our lives, far eclipsing all others; everything else in the Christian life flows from that. When we understand what really happened in our fall and redemption, we can’t help but marvel. Our fate was worse than we thought, and our salvation is greater than we think. And that is why all that’s left is gratitude and love as expressed through lives lived in devotion to our Lord for the glory of His name.