011 Interview with Milton Vincent {Clip 3 | 00:57}

March 22, 2017

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Confession is not some necessary evil that we have to do because we blew it. It’s actually something we’re now free to do and we get to do. Repentance is a beautiful thing.

Paul demonstrates incredible courage in the way that he speaks about his sin. In the second half of Romans 7, where does he get that courage from? If you want to know where he gets the courage from, read Romans 5 and Romans 6, and you see a guy who obviously felt so secure in the love of God and in the grace of God as a justified one under grace that that’s safety in God’s grace did not cause Paul to forget about his sin or turn a blind eye to a sin, it’s actually the very thing that gave him the courage to be such a bold confessor of his sin.


  • Milton Vincent
    Milton Vincent has served as Pastor-Teacher of Cornerstone Fellowship Bible Church since 1992. He is the author of A Gospel Primer for Christians: Learning to See the Glories of God’s Love, a book that emerged from his chronic struggle to understand and rest in his standing as a justified one before God. What started as a few notes on an index card morphed into a spiral-bound booklet, and then into its present published edition which has brought gospel help to many. Milton and his wife, Donna, were married in 1987 and have four grown children and two grandchildren. He is a graduate of Bob Jones University (BA) and The Master’s Seminary (MDiv) in Sun Valley, CA, where he also served as a Faculty Associate. Most of all, Milton is a sinner saved by the grace of God through Christ, and he delights to speak of God’s amazing grace to all who care to listen.
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