Reconciliation and the Character of God

“Reconciliation teaches us something remarkable about the character of God. He befriends His enemies. He loves those who hate Him. He offers peace to those who have waged war against Him. Although He is the one who has been wronged, He is the one who makes all things right. He does all this while the […]

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Proof of Reconciliation!

R Kent Hughes, in his commentary on Colossians, said, “Anytime a man or a woman voluntarily takes steps toward restitution, we can be sure something radical has happened.”  He then gave the following example from The East African Standard in Nairobi.  A man took out an ad stating,   “ALL DEPTS TO BE PAID I […]

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The Certainty of our Reconciliation!

This past week I came across a great reminder of the certainty of the work of sanctification in the lives of those whom God justifies.  It comes from RC Sproul in his classic book Holiness. “Luther used a simple analogy to explain it.  He described the condition of a patient who was mortally ill.  The […]

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