Tag Archives: sin

Trapped

He was utterly alone, alone with himself, alone with his conscience, alone with the tatters of a life that he himself had torn to shreds by his own evil actions. Continue reading

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Calling it Right

Being correct about morality never saved anyone, never changed anyone, never set anyone free. Continue reading

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“Justification” — “Just as if I Never Sinned?”

When He pardoned our sin and imputed His righteousness to us, He covered it all. He justified us, lined us up perfectly with His full standard. Continue reading

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“Imputation” — The Way it Works

There aren’t good Christians and bad Christians, there are righteousness of God Christians and false Christians. Continue reading

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Condemnation, Why and for What?

The reason unbelievers go to Hell is not the sins they have committed. Continue reading

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Trying to Hit the Ball

This horrible experience at the hands of those girls caused all my weird character quirks. Fifth-grade girls are the root cause of war and disease and world poverty and hunger. Continue reading

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The Sight of Blood

In John 19:35, John owns Christ’s death and the sight of His blood as his own sacrifice for sin, just as he had owned temple sin offerings by taking a knife, shedding an animal’s blood, and looking on it. Continue reading

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