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27626Re: [apologetics and theology] Walk Worthy of the Lord

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  • Jozinky
    Mar 30, 2014
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      Hello;
      .
      On 3/30/2014 3:06 AM, yielded777@... wrote:
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      > The sum total of redemption rests upon the fat that God empowers us to
      > live free from sin. The accomplishment of that status or the
      > persistent pursuit of it is requisite for redemption and salvation.
      > Jesus us the “free gift” of qualification for the inheritance
      > removing all of the charges for our “old sins” from the record:
      >
      > Col 2:13-14
      > He has made alive together with Him, having forgiven you all
      > trespasses, 14 having wiped out the handwriting of requirements that
      > was against us, which was contrary to us. And He has taken it out of
      > the way, having nailed it to the cross.
      > NKJV
      >
      > IOW, our “rap sheet” was cleared of all charges the debt having been
      > paid by Jesus. ALL of our old sins being paid for and discharged we
      > were rendered with noting against us such that:
      >
      > Rom 8:1
      > There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.
      > ESV
      >
      > Our record being cleared, no charges remaining, there is at THAT point
      > no more condemnation. This does NOT mean that we may sin going
      > forward and be exuded from future condemnation. One Chriat clears our
      > record we are commanded and charge to KEEP ourselves from sinning
      > again thereafter and scripture prescribes and identifies the means by
      > which can happen IF we avail ourselves of this potential.
      >
      > What pleases the Lord? That we walk just as Jesus walked!
      >
      ..........
      On water?
      ps... your grammar/typos make it hard to decipher some of what you're
      trying to say.

      James
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