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Repentance is the result of the acknowledgment of what Christ has done, and not the cause of Christ giving you grace.

Are you pleasing God or yourself? Is your heart seeking reconciliation or alienation?
The world may see pride as a sign of respect and dignity, a sign that our worth as human beings is supreme, But....

A paradox is an apparent contradiction that under careful study reveals a deeper truth.

Here is the answer to the question...
We must have a firm, forward and moving commitment and trust in His work...

Providence is the doctrine that gives us the knowledge and comfort that God is sovereign, and thus, He is in control. We are not mere rats in a meaningless maze, where there is no divine plan or purpose.
Liberation is like driving a car in a strange unfamiliar area, with Christ as a passenger...means God's Law does not enslave us, but rather sets us free...

The Reformation and the Protestant church were founded on grace, and a lot of Christians think the law has been voided. However this is not the teaching of Scripture...

Throughout recorded human history, humanity has gathered with one another for trade, and protection, as well as organization for gathering food, hunting, and relationships within a structure which translates into control and government. Kingdom means government; it is our need to be...

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