The Justification Of Believers By The Sacrifice Of Christ

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For this report, I have been challenged to interview my pastor on the subject of his views of the justification of believers by the sacrifice of Christ; after my investigation, I am content to announce that his frame of mind didn’t blow me away all. With Christian I have ever known, the justification of believers by the sacrifice of Christ has been dependable and steadfast; so once I posed the inquiry to my pastor, the first thing we discussed that he wanted to make sure I understood was that all have sinned, and there is no one who is righteous. “From the womb, we were born sinners, and enemies of God” is how Pastor Thompson started the banter; this seemed to echo the same sentiments that the Apostle Paul used in Romans chapter 3 verse 23 when he declares “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God”. That is the initial deliberation I believe all must come to grips with as far as salvation is concerned. One person has to know that they are blameworthy before you can become conscious of their need to be justified, or affirmed righteous. Moving along in the interview, Pastor Thompson praised God for being such a wonderful creator and God. He elucidated that while yet we were sinners and enemies of our own creator, God loved us so much that He gave his own creations a possibility to be made righteous with Him according to His mercy and grace. “If there is anyone out there who thinks they did anything to deserve righteousness from God, please keep them away

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