Xtian Foundation

The Gospel of Christ Jesus

 

Salvation

Salvation – God, According To His Will By The Holy Spirit: Confirms Man As A Sinner Then Removes His Sins and Their Consequences

JOURNEY OF REGENERATION – From Enmity To Friendship With God
Propitiation – It Is Finished
Redemption: An Act of The Master Planner
JUSTIFICATION – You’re Not Guilty!! Says God
Salvation – God, According To His Will By The Holy Spirit: Confirms Man As A Sinner
Salvation – God, According To His Will By The Holy Spirit: Removes Man’s Sins and Their Consequences
Repentance In Christian Conversion
 Good Conscience: Useful Heart
Christian Conversion – FAITH

Sanctification

Sanctification: The  Holy Spirit’s execution of the reality of the saving work of Jesus Christ on the Cross at Calvary

The Sanctification of Man Part 1: The Spirit of Christ Jesus
Our Freedom From Sin Section A – Introduction & The Journey So Far
Our Freedom From Sin Section B – The Blood and The Cross.
Our Freedom From Sin Section C – Romans 6 In  A Nutshell
Our Freedom From Sin Section C – The Conflict of Two Natures
Our Freedom From Sin Section DThe Law and Our Pursuit of The Perfection of Christ Jesus
Our Freedom From Sin Section DFaith For Sanctification
Our Freedom From Sin Section DA Believers Need For Repentance In Sanctification
Our Freedom From Sin Section E– The Law of Sin And Death
Our Freedom From Sin Section E – The Battle For The Soul of Man: Passivity, Credulity and Faith
Our Freedom From Sin Section E – In Patience Possess Your Soul

The book of Romans is the most basic, comprehensive statement of true Christianity. This page explores the relevance of Romans to our world today. As it deals with the morally deficient individual (as illustrated in Cityboy Beer and Loathing in the Square Mile-Geraint Anderson which describes life within the square mile of the city of London, the bankers haven), so does it deal with the morally astute person; who wants to please God by their own works. Travel with us on this interesting highway.

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