The Importance Of Justification

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Justification is Gods divine intervention in the life of all his people. To be justified simply means to be forgiven and out of Gods wrath against us for sin. “…having now been justified by His blood, we shall be saved from the wrath of God through Him." (Rom., 5:9). We all have some areas in our lives that we need God's grace to come in and to forgive. God has a planned purpose for all his people no matter what one's past transgressions are. God's aim is to have one to be in a strong relationship with Him and justification is the way that he accomplishes this. This is not to excuse one's self to self-righteous nature, but it ushers in the utter importance of dependence upon Christ and forever keeping in mind his atoning sacrifice on our behalf. Jesus death, burial and resurrection is the basis in which this is accomplished.
"In Him, you also, after listening to the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation—having also believed, you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise." (Eph. 1:13). As one starts to understand the notion of not having to walk around burdened down by our sins, we begin to live a life of one who is free. One must learn how to lay aside the weight of sin that has kept us in bondage for years. Justification bridges the gap between our old nature to the new nature and identity that one has in Christ's blood covering. No longer can one trade biblical standards for the ways of the world, for in doing so, we place ourselves back into our former
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