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And in his letter to the Roman Christians, Paul wrote: “But God proves his love for us in that while we still were sinners Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8).
These verses demonstrate the justifying grace of God.
It is the ongoing experience of God’s gracious presence transforming us into whom God intends us to be.
John Wesley described this dimension of God’s grace as sanctification, or holiness.
Through God’s sanctifying grace, we grow and mature in our ability to live as Jesus lived.
Justification is also a time of repentance — turning away from behaviors rooted in sin and toward actions that express God’s love.
Our Methodist heritage is rooted in a deep and profound understanding of God’s grace.