Thursday, June 09, 2011

Faith Submission Service




Therefore it is of faith that it might be according to grace, so that the promise might be sure to all the seed, not only to those who are of the law, but also to those who are of the faith of Abraham, who is the father of us all


Anonymous said...

Hi Kev,

I'm delighted to discover you have a blog which amplifies your comments I've been reading over at "Proclaiming the Gospel" (I see lots more has been said at that thread, and I have much reading to catch up on since last night!).

Anyway, I watched the gospel presentation which you have in your upper right-hand corner. You made it, right? I was wondering if I may post it at my blog?

I look forward to keeping up with your future posts (as well as receiving your permission!).

Take care,


Kevl said...

Oh please do!! Please share the Gospel far and wide!! If the video helps then praise be to God!

I pronounce Cephas incorrectly though... I keep meaning to re-record it but I haven't yet. :)

Bless You!

Anonymous said...

Muchas gracias, Señor!

David Wyatt said...

So well-said, bro. Kev! All this "faith works" & "we're saved by a faith that works" stuff is not taught in Scripture. Faith simply receives what God has done for us, THEN comes the submission & service! So well-done. Thank you brother. God Bless!

Kevl said...

Very kind words David, thank you!


Stephen said...

Agreed -- so simple and yet so clearly and effectively shows the differences -- I've shared this on my FB wall.

Liam Moran said...


I like the diagrams. They really help simplify the concepts.


Anonymous said...

Excellent and simple blog. Submission and Service obviously cannot be grounds for salvation period as it lies outside of human effort or even what we can offer. I loved it. I also enjoyed the picture in the middle as it gave me a good chuckle.



Jan said...

I also enjoyed the picture in the middle as it gave me a good chuckle.

Hahahaha! I didn't notice that the first time. It is funny! :)


Kevl said...

The pic in the middle made me giggle too! It really conveys just about the perfect message too. :)

I'm working on some videography right now. Producing a video series on Evangelism. Fun stuff!