Jesus as Saviour only makes sense if you know you need saving. Jesus as Saviour leads us into a deeper and deeper understanding of our ongoing need to be saved. Our maturity of Christians is not to think that Jesus has made us so much better that our primary need of him now is as …

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The desire for acceptance can never be satisfied through the strivings of our own efforts to be acceptable. It can only be satisfied through an acceptance not based on our strivings, but on the basis of an accepting love that falls on us in spite of who we are. From Searching For Grace: The acceptance …

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If the shared actions of the gathered people of God need to made relevant to each individual that participates it implies that sufficiency is inherent in those participants and the corporate activity is lacking. This is a contemporary notion. Corporate worship is framed from the perspective that sufficiency is found therein, and the need is …

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