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JUSTIFICATION OF GOD’S RIGHTEOUSNESS

Discover the profound significance of justification: God’s righteousness manifested in Christ. Explore how this truth goes beyond mere forgiveness to grant us sonship, inheritance, and divine fellowship. Learn how our standing before God is not based on works, but on our union with Christ and the finished work on the cross. Delve into the ongoing reality of justification and the assurance it brings, standing in bold contrast to self-qualifying through works. Embrace the completeness found in Christ and grow in gratitude for this living reality by faith.

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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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Hebrews 8 – The Gospel as the Perfect Recipe

Hebrews 6 provides insight into the nature of our salvation through Christ. The Davidic covenant and the Abrahamic covenant are combined into one everlasting covenant between the Father and the Son, highlighting Christ’s unique role as both king and priest in fulfilling God’s promises to his people. The Davidic covenant is central to the argument

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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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“The Training of the High Priest in Hebrews”

The Bible teaches that Christ is our Savior and Redeemer, with the book of Hebrews providing an in-depth explanation of this concept. The gospel, which includes Christ’s accomplishments of redemption, reconciliation, and peace with God, is essential for salvation and holiness. Grace is found in Jesus Christ and can be experienced even while grappling with

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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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God’s “worthless” trophies

Discover the true meaning behind the heroes of faith in Hebrews 11. These “worthless trophies” were not just motivated by blind obedience, but by a singular, cumulative vision of God’s promise centered in Christ. Learn how Abraham’s faith embodies this vision and why it’s important to understand the true vision of faith for a fulfilling Christian life.

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What is true discipleship?

True discipleship involves abiding in the Gospel and allowing it to work in and through us. It is not about following a legalistic set of rules, but rather about understanding and trusting in Christ as our righteousness, sanctification, and reward. Loving one another and recognizing our fellow believers as sons and daughters of God is also a crucial aspect of true discipleship. The Gospel is the source and foundation of true discipleship, and through it, we bear fruit and become fully assured in our relationship with Christ. By abiding in Him, we allow Him to settle down and make His home in our hearts, and we become part of Him, “bone of His bone and flesh of His flesh.” (John 4:14, John 7:37-38, John 8:32, 1 Corinthians 12:27)

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What kind of things related to the death of Christ are deeper than our surface understanding when we first get saved?

Discover the deeper implications of Christ’s death and resurrection beyond surface understanding. In His death, Christ abolished handwriting and ordinances, did away with the Old Man, died once for all to the demands of sin and the Law, terminated Satan, crucified us to the World, and created the New Man. These and many other implications of Christ’s death and resurrection will be continually revealed to us throughout eternity. As we grow in our understanding of the Gospel, we can experience greater confidence and assurance in our relationship with Christ, empowering us to run to the Bema seat without fear or condemnation. Explore the deeper aspects of Christ’s death and the implications of His resurrection to strengthen your faith.

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