Returning to my curacy church for the 500 year anniversary Reformation Sunday I preach on the glories of the Reformation. What was the historical background that led to the explosion of the Reformation in the 1500's and how did this play into God's plan for reform of the church? How was the light of the gospel passed down from men like John Wycliffe to a monk named Martin Luther? And what was this light in the darkness? This wonderful light was the five great truths upon which the church of England was founded and we should build our lives:
Scripture teaches us that,
We are saved by grace alone,
Through faith alone,
In Christ alone,
To the glory of God alone.
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