August 30, 2002
The beauty of the Gospel rests in its simplicity: Christ, in His death, completed everything in relationship to sin and Satan. Because of His atonement, our Christian lives are a process of becoming what we already are—namely, His children. In this sermon from Hebrews, Alistair Begg notes that while Satan delights in reminding us of sin, God keeps no record of it because of Christ’s work. Instead, He calls us to be a compelling reflection of His grace.