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Guilt — the gateway to grace!

Admitting your guilt is the gateway to grace. (Without guilt you have no need for grace.) No guilt, no grace. Know your guilt. Then you can Know God’s grace. Your thoughts, words, and actions created your present mental state. If … Continue reading

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A repentant heart follows conscience, not whims

People who follow and obey the living Jesus experience ongoing, personal and spiritual growth in Christ-likeness. Christianity that fails to produce Christ-like character and behavior in its adherents falls far short of biblical Christianity. Where there is no Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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Love & grace have moral backbone

Every person has the right to believe that some things are morally wrong. Love respects that right. It doesn’t accuse someone who disagrees with their moral principles, of “hating” them. Grace sensitizes the human conscious. It doesn’t silence it. If our … Continue reading

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Grace replaces the old with the new

Grace makes new It it doesn’t Replace your place, It’s not grace. If it doesn’t Replace your pace, It’s not grace. If it doesn’t Replace your face, It’s not grace. A place beyond Distant from God To intimacy with God. … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong? (Winking At Sin)

Does anyone have the right to tell you you’re wrong? Or must the whole world wink when you do what you do? When everybody winks at wrong doing, soon nobody will know what is wrong. It’s not wrong to point out … Continue reading

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