Bible Study

Don’t just take our word for it . . . take His! We would encourage you to spend time examining the following Scriptures that shaped this sermon: Ephesians 2.1-10.

Sermon Outline

  1. What is grace?
  2. What has sin made me?
  3. How does grace remake me?

Discussion Questions

  • How would you define grace?
  • How does the Christian doctrine of sin explain our (humankind’s) current condition?
  • In what ways does it matter to understand sin as a condition instead of a behavior?
  • Steve said that grace unmakes you before it remakes you, what does that mean?
  • What does it mean for grace to remake you?
  • How has grace remade you?

Resources Cited/Consulted

  • BST: The Message of Ephesians, John Stott
  • NINCT: The Letter to the Ephesians, Lynn Cohick
  • God’s Way of Reconciliation: An Exposition of Ephesians 2, David Martyn Lloyd-Jones
  • Gospel In Life Video Study: Grace Changes Everything, Timothy Keller
  • Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices, Thomas Brooks
  • Les Miserables, Victor Hugo* The illustration making a correlation between Les Miserables and grace came from an untitled/undated portion of a talk I heard by Tim Keller


Do you have a question about today’s sermon? Email Steve Wood (SWood@StAndrews.Church).

Audio and Video

You can listen to the sermon by using the player below or via the St Andrew’s Sermon Podcast on iTunes and Spotify.