The Cross of Christ

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The Cross “The Conquest of Evil”

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As our Lord “was suspended there, bound hand and foot to the wood in apparent weakness, [the rulers and authorities] imagined they had Him at their mercy, and flung themselves upon Him with hostile intent. But, far from suffering their assault without resistance, He grappled with them and mastered them, stripping them of all the […]

The Cross: “Take Up Your Cross”

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“Christ died to save us, not from suffering, but from ourselves; not from injustice, far less from justice, but from being unjust.  He died that we might live, but live as he lives – by dying as he died, who died to himself that he might live unto God.  If we do not die to […]

The Cross “Justified by Grace by a Just God”

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Without justification it is impossible to have real peace. Conscience forbids it. Sin is a mountain between a man and God, and must be taken away. The sense of guilt lies heavy on the heart and must be removed. Unpardoned sin will murder peace. The true Christian knows all this well. His peace arises from […]

The Cross of Christ

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“He is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for the sins of the whole world.” (1 John 2:2, KJV) This Morning’s sermon features a not-so-familiar theological term, “propitiation. The word means “that which turns aside the wrath of God so that he is favorably disposed toward us.” It is […]