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#inspiration - Keep On Trying

In His mercy, God promises forgiveness when we repent and turn from wickedness–so much so that our sins will not even be mentioned to us. For us, because of the Atonement of Christ and our repentance, we can look at our past deeds and say, “’Twas I; but ’tis not I.” No matter how wicked, we can say, “That’s who I was.

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Jesus Christ

Mindful Of The Gap

By Kevin Smullin

Lately, I have been very mindful of a gap that I notice in my life. It looks like this…

I have a goal and a definition of the kind of person I want to become. 706 more words

Life Experiences

Five Star Review and guest post - Atonement and a Funny Thing Happened to Me by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

Teagan is very kindly helping me promote the new Sunday Show that begins this weekend with the effervescent Hugh Roberts from http://hughsviewsandnews.com/ – a great start to the new series.  1,519 more words

Book Marketing

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Rocking review on Atonement by Teagan R. Geneviene

SCRIPT FOR TODAY- PDCP- 05/23/15- "We All Fall Woefully Short And Are Excruciatingly Inadequate!" (Romans 3:23-24)

SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 05/23/15- “We All Fall Woefully Short And Are Excruciatingly Inadequate!” (Romans 3:23-24)

Premise Question: Is there any amount of effort or exercise, that we could make or do, on our own behalf, that would be successful in acquiring or producing the desired result of redemption for our soul; or would it all just be an exercise in futility? 363 more words

Encouragement

Joshua and the Cross, A View of the Atonement

Joshua and the Cross

A View of the Atonement

Many of you may be already aware of the fact that the name Joshua in Hebrew is the same as Jesus in English. 4,219 more words

Faith

Inside

What could I have given you but some words, more collateral on the debts incurred? What could I have written? Just another thought in a gilded cage that my pen has wrought. 55 more words

Songs Of The Everyday

Of Atonement and Troth

When is it time to pay our debts?

Other ways of asking this question are: what do we live for? What is our highest value? What is the foremost goal of our lives? 745 more words

Philosophy