It’s because Jesus knows us completely that he knows how completely we need to be saved. And that’s how he reveals the gracious magnitude of God’s love. From Chad Bird: Jesus knows good and well that there’s nothing inside us worth believing in. In fact, everything inside us looks absolutely untrustworthy. If anything, when the …

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Tomorrow, for those of us who have not been called home, the work of our salvation will continue toward its completion: From Charles Spurgeon, quoted at Tolle Lege: If, when we were sinners, Christ loved us so as to die for us, now that He has redeemed us, and has already reconciled us to Himself, …

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A salvation that is eternal in scope, personal in application, and expresses the character of God. It is not wonder the Scriptures describe it as great. Sinclair Ferguson wonders how a salvation that embraces the past, present, and future could ever be taken for granted: So it is in the Gospel. God has a plan. …

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The unity of the Godhead means that any depiction of the Cross that paints Jesus as the one who protects us from the Father profoundly misrepresents the character of God. From Noel Due and Daniel Bush: The cross is the point at which God exposed our delusions – our wanting to be judge – and …

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The second in a three-part series on vital issues in systematic theology by David Cook, current moderator-general of the Presbyterian Church of Australia. Do I contribute to my own salvation? Do I repent and believe and thus God regenerates me or is it the other way around? Is faith my contribution to the whole process …

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