Then our journey continued with Repent or Perish. In that book we learned that since natural man's thoughts are in opposition to God's thoughts, man must change in order for God and man to walk together, but natural man has a deep, deep problem! He thinks that he is better than he truly is and that he knows more than he actually knows.
This brings us to our current Key Principle in this book. God resists the proud, but He gives grace to the humble. The humble person admits that he does not know as he ought to know. He has realized that he has nothing within himself to merit the favor of God. This attitude puts the humble man in a unique position to receive God's grace.
Grace is God at work for us in the person of Jesus Christ, and in us in the person of the Holy Spirit; to do for us what we cannot do for or in ourselves. This grace is the humble man's abundant provision for deliverance from the penalty, the power, and the presence of sin. Grace also teaches the humble man how to live, and enable him to live to glorify God. Finally, this grace equips and empowers the humble man to serve God and man with his new life from above.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lesson 1 – Pride vs. Humility
Lesson 2 – Man's Self-Righteousness vs. God's Unlimited Grace
Lesson 3 – Grace for Us—Jesus Christ
Lesson 4 – Mission Impossible Apart from Grace
Lesson 5 – Mission Impossible—the Rest of the Story
Lesson 6 – Grace in Us—the Holy Spirit
Lesson 7 – Grace in Practice
Lesson 8 – Receive Not the Grace of God in Vain
Lesson 9 – Setting Aside, Falling from, and Falling Short of Grace
Lesson 10 – Grace Teaches Us to Deny Ungodliness
Lesson 11 – God's Sufficient and Abounding Grace
Lesson 12 – Grace Gifts
Author info: God's Grace Provision is a result of the teaching ministry of Randy Gruber at the Potosi Correctional Center Prison Fellowship Bible Study in Missouri. His students have produced this course to pass on what they have learned to good and faithful men who will in turn be able to teach others (2 Timothy 2:2).
Courses by Randy Gruber: Divine Vs. Natural Viewpoint, God's Grace Provision, Repent or Perish