14 October 2012
Geoff Hohneck
Romans 5:1-5

If God’s salvation could be compared to a chain, then there are many who think that man’s responsibility is the weakest link. After all, if it was a person’s faith that brought them in, could a lack of faith have them kicked out?

In this passage we come to one of the biggest talking points in Christian doctrine – can a person be saved today and be lost tomorrow? Here, in just five short verses, Paul drives home the point that justified sinners are always standing in a sphere of forgiveness. Therefore their acceptance by God is not temporary, intermittent or circumstantial. Rather, their acceptance is based on the finished work of Christ.

Geoff expounds on this very chain of salvation and focuses on the spiritual links that make this chain unbreakable.