Tag Archives: redemption
Why does the Bible devote so much space to the same basic issues including: Person/Work of Christ, sin, redemption, godly living?
Blades get dull over time. Likewise the Church can lose its edge, it vision, over time. Every twenty years the next generation needs to be sharpened, retooled. “The Puritans talked of revival, visitation, awakening. . . .Founder George Mason talked … Continue reading
My speculation: having experienced the full, amazing glories of heaven and then rejecting it how could they stay?; they rejected God’s authority over them–they cast their ‘vote’ against Him; the Holy Spirit convicts of sin on earth. In heaven I … Continue reading
“In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace,” (Eph 1.7 NAS) (Rom 5.6,8,9). The heart knows when it has been forgiven. I’ve got God’s peace. … Continue reading
I am not going to be redeemed. I am not 23 percent redeemed. I am not temporarily redeemed. I AM redeemed! The Christian is redeemed one time on one day . . . forever. On that day the … Continue reading