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Jesus Christ, Able to Save to the Uttermost!

If the Spirit of God ever convinces a person of his great sinfulness it would be understandable such a one were to despair whether Jesus Christ is Savior enough for such a wretch as he feels himself to be.

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Nuggets - The Power of Forgiveness

The Power of Forgiveness
“To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins.” ( 305 more words


He Who Glories, Let him Glory in the Lord!

1 Corinthians 1: 31: That, according as it is written, He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord.

When studying the scriptures, the key to understanding true doctrine is to seek Christ in every verse and passage.

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Confidence and Assurance

Confidence and assurance of salvation is never self-righteous presumption when our confidence and assurance is in the Lord Jesus Christ and based upon HIS great work of redemption to put away our sins by the sacrifice of Himself.

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The most important revelation you as a born again Christian can ever have is 'Who I am in Christ'

The most important revelation you as a born again Christian can ever have is ‘Who I am in Christ’

One of the biggest problems I find in Church is that people been Christians for 10 20 30 40 & even 50 years and they still do not know ‘who they are in Christ’ COME ON, they still have an identity crisis….because the Pastor has it to, they never been taught Who they are in Christ and if you don’t know this you won’t know your birth right in Christ… 5,358 more words


Forgive Me

I forgive you, do you forgive me? Those are healing words; for the giver and receiver.

In the spring of the the year 0,033 (plus or minus a year) a young, innocent, peace-loving man was brutally beaten, mocked, robbed, humiliated, whipped, insulted and ultimately murdered by a band of unbelieving, ruthless thugs, scoundrels, robbers and murders. 413 more words


The Sin-bearing Christ

The apostle Peter writes in 1 Peter 2:23 that Christ “committed himself to him that judgeth righteously.” As the Substitute and therefore sin-bearer of His people, He faced the judgment of God in their place and for their sins.

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