Hope of Righteousness
Though some in the religious world have taught that one cannot fall from grace, the apostle Paul emphatically taught that one can indeed do that very thing. At the Fifth of Galatians, one of the ways a fall from grace occurs is by an attempt to seek justification in the Christian age by the keeping of all or part of the Mosaic Law. While the Law of Moses identified sin, it provided no ultimate and final solution for sin. Paul referred to that condition as a yoke of bondage. However, in Christ there is liberty and freedom from sin. Christ profits nothing and is of no effect unto those keeping the Mosaic Law. However, by the New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, there is through the Spirit and by faith the hope of righteousness.
Written by David Hayes Prophater