#207: Questions About Grace

Last week’s Faith Friday episode, What’s So Amazing About Grace? sure stirred up some commentary. And some questions. And some outright disagreement.

Ray Edwards Show Episode 207

A few of the questions raised by that episode:

  • Is it true that I, Ray Edwards, do not pray for my sins to be forgiven?
  • Did I really say that nothing Jesus said before His resurrection applies to Christians today?
  • Do I think it’s okay for Christians to live a life of sin because they are “under Grace”?

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3 thoughts on “#207: Questions About Grace

  1. Dear Mr. Edwards,
    I came across your name links to your show when I decided to become a copywriter about six months ago. I wasn’t very interested in, “the God stuff”, as I called it. I just wanted to make a better living for my daughter and myself. However, the more I listened the more I thought about my faith, evaluated my beliefs and really looked at myself honestly. Now I listen to your show because it brings me greater strength and peace. Thank you so much.

  2. Ray, seems like you pretty much nailed the concept of judicial forgiveness vs. parental forgiveness. I love it! I totally agree that overly dwelling on our sin-nature is a recipe for disaster. Colossians 3:1-3 might be useful for Sam (and all of us!) to meditate on regarding this. “Set your mind on things above, not on the things that are on earth. For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God.”