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    Eternal Salvation

    Myself, I see Scripture intending the profession of one's belief (1Ti 6:12), which may be genuine or eventually discover not genuine, and this is where most of the confusion lies. We start with our profession and if it's genuine it will never stop, thus when one stops confessing faith, that is...
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    Eternal Salvation

    There is only one strain of salvation--"Eternal salvation" (Heb 5:9), which is an "everlasting consolation" (2Th 2:16) and an "eternal glory" (2Ti 2:10). If it's not permanent it's not salvation, for the crux of salvation designs the intention of being in permanent and unbroken fellowship with...
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    There I Am!

    To you and yours too Friend!
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    There I Am!

    Thanks for the comment! I wrote it to entail the article! God bless!!
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    There I Am!

    Though the old man’s ways beset, yet only for a time Till the saint sees it clear, to lay them all behind The skies now cloud-cleared, and as oft as thou would No troubles or disappointments, but walking as thou should Now standing through assails, encouraged with all might Ever seeing Jesus...
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    Watching and Growing

    In the days of Moses and the Law, many among Israel were fearful of a relationship with God, they knew He expected them to live a godly lifestyle by their own power according to His holiness (Lev 11:44; 20:7, etc.). This was often accompanied with dread among those believing in God, who often...
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    A Worthy Retro-post

    Reckoning to be “dead to sin” (Rom 6:11) does not free us from sin’s guilt, this was eternally established at rebirth. Reckoning or believing we’re dead to sins guilt establishes freedom from the old man’s “dominion” (Ro 6:14) in our minds, conscience and walk! Identification (compiled by...
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    Body Beautiful

    Yes, we evaluate what we see concerning earthly or heavenly things according to the understanding God has, at the time, brought us to (which should continually change in growth of Christ's image). Thanks for your reply and comment! God bless!
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    Body Beautiful

    God used one man—Adam—to begin a race of beings in which He was to reveal in the universe His love, by creating man (second to the trinity concerning significance) in His “image” and after His “likeness.” He used one man—Noah—to manifest to the world afterwards the urgency of His “righteousness”...
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    Comes the Dawn

    After being saved, increasing our walk in Christ’s image (Eph 4:15; 1Jo 2:6), which is by the Spirit through His Word, is the primary work concerning everything so that we can “draw close to God” (Jas 4:8) in our earthly fellowship with Him, and therefore be used more effectively by the Lord...
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    The Sinless Human

    Please restate this question.
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    The Sinless Human

    The curse isn't the sin nature, but what it incurs. Remember, He mad the devil knowing how He was going to use him.
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    The Sinless Human

    Isn't the more important issue the fact that God knew they would partake of the Tree, which means it was part of His plan. Since He foreknew it and allowed it to transpire, it can only be because that's how He wanted to do it, or He would have done it another way. When Moses wrote that "God saw...
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    The Sinless Human

    Eve manifested man's sin nature via her desire to be wise and "be as gods" (Gen 3:5, 6). Some might think it wasn't until they sinned that the sin nature was present, but sinful desire was present before partaking of the Tree.
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    The Sinless Human

    Ame!