Knowledge of Christ

GOD’S PLEASURE IN US BASED ON CHRIST

God’s pleasure in us is not based on our usefulness but on our acceptance in Christ. Explore the parable of the prodigal son and the truth behind our service to God in this enlightening content. Discover how understanding our position in Christ leads to true fruitfulness and joy in serving Him. Learn why God’s pleasure in us is constant and unchanging, rooted in His love and grace towards us. Read now to deepen your knowledge of our acceptance in Christ and find freedom from striving and fear in the Christian life.

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Calvinist Theology FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

As Christians, we must be diligent in scrutinizing any theological framework that distorts the core truths of the gospel. This FAQ delves into the central issues with Calvinist theology, revealing how it redefines crucial concepts like faith, predestination, and justification – undermining the very essence of salvation by grace through belief in Christ alone.
Through a systematic examination of key points, we’ll uncover the troubling implications of the Calvinist view, which paints God as arbitrary and unjust, while shifting the focus from Christ’s finished work to the believer’s performance. By contrasting this with the biblical perspective, we’ll gain a deeper understanding of the dangers of this closed theological system and the importance of holding fast to the gospel’s liberating message.

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Hebrews – Edification: A Matter of ‘Eternal Weight’

Outline I. Introduction A. Overview of the concept of building and edification in the Bible B. Significance of Christ as Apostle and High Priest of the Church II. Building up believers for the habitation of God A. Role of believers in the building process (Hebrews 3:6, Galatians 2:20) B. Manifestation of Christ within believers (2

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Christ Giving Himself As Our High Priest in Hebrews

Christ has been said to be given for us in three ways: through his death, his resurrection, and his life. The knowledge of his high priesthood fills in the details of how he ministers to us intimately and personally, making constant intercession, and dealing with us in a sustained and constant manner. Through his high

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Does the law condemn just the “bad stuff?”

This informative SEO excerpt discusses the Law, sin, Christ, Spirit, condemnation, and resurrection. It explores the purpose of the Law, how it relates to our sinful nature, and its limitations. The Law exposes our need for Christ and teaches us to turn to Him for salvation and spiritual growth. The excerpt emphasizes that relying on the Law to save us or make us better people is not the answer. Instead, we must trust in Christ’s grace and learn to live in the Spirit. The main point is that the Law reveals our sinfulness and need for Christ.

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How can we have assurance that we have Eternal life?

Learn how to have assurance of eternal life through understanding and believing in the Gospel of grace. Key aspects include justification by faith, Christ as our sanctification, and Christ as our reward. The Gospel is the power of God unto salvation, and the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith. Guard your crown and do not be moved away from the Gospel, which does the work of discipleship for us. Trust in God’s love and view of us as heirs and children, and find assurance in Christ’s righteousness, which not only secures our salvation but also gives us confidence and assurance in our relationship with Him.

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How is our death with Christ a liberation from burden?

Learn how our death with Christ liberates us from the burden of trying to earn righteousness through the law. By being joined to Christ in His death, we are freed from the demands of the law and sin nature. This new life is empowered by the spirit, not the flesh, and we can trust in Christ’s righteousness imputed to us through faith. This liberation from the burden of the law results in a life of joy, peace, and assurance in our relationship with God. Discover more about Christ’s righteousness and its impact on our lives at Christians Need the Gospel.

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Sin, feelings of guilt and numbness

Someone asked on my youtube video today about the fact hat he feels guilty for not wanting to stop drinking.  I’m posting my answer because i believe many face similar issues with besetting sin or addictions. If you feel guilty about not wanting to stop drinking, it means that your struggle is complex. You may

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