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No excuse God accepts for Committing Sin

God accepts no excuse for sinning.

God accepts no excuse for sinning.

Many people have a justification for committing sin. A man whose wife committed adultery would think he is free to do the same in revenge and the partner should understand. Similarly, a procurement officer / manager would give valid reasons for having accepted some bribes hidden in the name of gifts. Many would find reasons not to deliver what they are expected to and give reasons why they did not. Patients would make deals with doctors to rob off their employers and medical insurance companies. Whatever the reason one could give for falling into sin is not valid before God. Even when you win the case in the court of law but the truth remains that God has not forgotten and will judge you on the same after this life.

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The Mercy of God for Us – 2 Corinthians 4: 1- 2

Holiness Defined Biblically

God’s mercy

Mercy has full meaning if you understand your initial position before mercy was shown for you. You never work to receive mercy but you are given freely. It is important for every believer to know that we are saved today because of God’s grace. The ministry of the Gospel is given to us by God’s grace. Continue reading

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Attainment of Salvation is a Must

Heaven for the SavedThe word salvation comes from the word save. Christians claim to be saved but really is such salvation guaranteed? Not at all, only the ones that endure to the end shall be saved (Matthew 24:23). Until then, nobody is saved yet it’s an acceptable claim to be saved because it is a process of working out one’s salvation.

Working out your salvation involves a lot of things but it can be summed up to keeping God’s commandments to the best of you capability. Solomon of old wrote that the entire duty of man is to fear God and keep His commands (Eccl. 12:13). The act of working out your salvation can be termed ‘living a holy life’, without which no man shall see the Lord (Hebrews 12:14).

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