Scripture Reading: Galatians 3:21–29
A. As divided as the religious world has become, nearly all recognize the importance of faith.
B. Faith can accomplish great things (Matthew 9:2; 15:28; 17:20).
C. One of the things stressed about faith in the NT is its singularity.
I. The Bible speaks of one faith for all mankind.
A. There is one faith for Jew and Gentile alike (Romans 3:19–31).
B. It is this one faith that can unite us (Galatians 3:21–29).
C. This faith is shared by all true believers (2 Peter 1:1).
II. There is only one faith, because faith only has one source.
A. Saving faith comes from God’s Word (Romans 10:17).
B. Multiple faiths cannot come from the same source (Matthew 13:24–28).
C. If our faith comes from the same source, we will practice and teach the same things (1 Corinthians 1:10–13).
III. There are many faiths known to man, but only one can save us.
A. Only one gospel can save us (Galatians 1:6–12).
B. Only one name can save us (Acts 4:10–12).
C. There is only one way that leads to salvation (John 14:6; Matthew 7:14).
A. The faith that pleases God is the faith that is rooted and grounded exclusively in the word of God.
B. If you have never been “obedient to the faith” (Romans 1:5; 16:26), why not let today be the day that you do so?