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David Bunting

Security of the Believer

In Christ Jesus is hope because He, the Son, is the one access to the heavenly Father (cf. Ephesians 1:12, 18).  Salvation is in no other name (cf. Acts 4:12).  Without Christ men are without hope.  Confident expectation in Jesus is a spiritual anchor, which is sure and steadfast because He has entered heaven for us and became High Priest and Mediator (cf. Hebrews 6:19, 20).  The sanctified and elect in Christ are begotten again to a living hope that is an unfading inheritance, reserved in heaven (cf. I Peter 1:3, 4).

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Grace That Saves

God’s amazing grace is evident when viewed in light of the character of the recipients upon whom God offers and bestows His grace. “Where sin abounded, grace abounded much more.” (Romans 5:20). When man turns his back on God and righteousness, he suffers the consequences of his own choices and actions. He makes the choice to sin, not God (cf. James 1:13-16). The fault lies in man, who is tempted by his own evil desires and walks in darkness. Thus, all men are sinners. The wages of sin is death, separating the guilty from God and heaven’s glory (cf. Romans 6:23).

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"I love God"

The word “love” is used very loosely in our society. At times it is expressed without much thought at all of its implication or its responsibilities. Likewise, many religious people are guilty of carelessly saying “I love God” without any intention of demonstrating that love with meaningful changes, genuine reverence and faithful service. Vain love is transparent to God the moment it is uttered.

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God Justifies Believers, Not Sin

Looking down from heaven, God Almighty sees men that “they have all turned aside, they have together become corrupt; there is none who does good, no, not one” (Psalm 14:2-3).  The inspired word of God exposes the sinfulness of mankind.  “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23).  Both Jews and Gentiles alike have been charged “that they are all under sin” (3:9).  “There is none righteous, no, not one” (3:10). 

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Is Adultery Ever Justified?

Many families today are infected and polluted with sin.  Selfishness and fleshly lusts have led to broken marriages and shattered homes.  Lives are scarred by spiritual, emotional and physical wounds.  The union of one man and one woman is not upheld honorably by many, but rather, adultery litters society’s landscape.

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