God’s True Grace

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Dr. Brown broadcasts from Italy, showing the power of God’s true grace in contrast with the fruit of hyper-grace. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The greatest antidote to the error of hyper-grace is the glorious message of biblical, true grace.


This week, Dr. Brown is offering two of his most popular and controversial books in recent years, packaging Authentic Fireand Hyper-Grace, at the discounted price of only $30 (postage paid)! These two resources will both edify and stir you to dive into the scriptures to better understand some of the most divisive issues in the church today. Order Online Here!

Other Resources:

An Interview with James Robison; Answers to Your Questions

Amazing Testimonies from the Muslim World & the Movie World

Debating Hyper-Grace, More on the Year in Review, and Your Calls

  1. “Grace—a much misunderstood feature of God’s ways with lost men—is itself a revelation and all human hearts not having this truth of Scripture revealed will be unable to comprehend it or to adjust themselves to its provisions. Grace is not mercy or love. In Eph_2:4-5 these three doctrinal words appear severally and in their individual, specific manner: “But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us, even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved;).” Speaking first of mercy, it is defined as that compassion in God which moved Him to provide a Savior for the lost. If He had been able to save even one soul on the basis of His sovereign mercy alone, He could have saved every person on that basis and the death of Christ would have been rendered unnecessary. As for divine love, it is an emotion of infinite character, the motivating purpose back of all that God does in saving a soul. But since God is holy and righteous too and the sinner’s sins are an offense to Him, He might perfectly desire to save a soul and still be utterly helpless to do so in the light of the claims which divine righteousness make against the sinner. Not until those claims are met can God’s infinite love realize its desire. Therefore, to come now to the third definition, grace is what God may be free to do and indeed what He does accordingly for the lost after Christ has died on behalf of them. “By grace are ye saved” (Eph_2:8). When thus released from His holy demands against the sinner by the sacrificial death of Christ, and that sacrifice is accepted intelligently, the love of God will never be satisfied until He has done all He can do for such a one. The greatest thing God can do, reverently speaking, is to make someone like His Son. Such, then, will be the destiny of everyone who believes (Rom_8:29; 1Jn_3:2). Since grace only represents what God can and will do for those who trust the Savior, it must needs function apart from all human works or cooperation. It calls for no more than confidence in the only One who can save.”

    -Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer

  2. Does real grace produce people that get to go to heaven no matter what? Or does it produce people that, out of gratefulness and supplied ability, walk the path back to the tree of life?


  3. Thanks Sheila,

    I am feeling mostly better now. One great thing about this community is that I know much of it is a community of prayer, which I am grateful for.

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