No condemnation

Are We STILL Sinners?

As I was doing my daily walk this morning in the dark, I was impressed to write this addressing the question of; Are We STILL ‘Sinners’?

It is important for us to study “the Word of truth” comparing Scripture with Scripture to determine what applies to us and what does not apply to us during this age of the “dispensation of the grace of God,” so as to arrive at the truth

Part 2 - A New Paradigm

God is not today dealing with us as He dealt with Israel in “time past,” we are under grace, not law. Attempting to follow Israel’s Law program will only cause sin to dominate us. God’s grace-based acceptance system involves us placing our faith our Apostle’s epistles, Paul says Christ Jesus lives His life in us and desires to flow through us, thereby making our Christian life pleasing to God.

Part 1 of 3 - Christ Who Is Our Life

I'm writing pragmatically in this series concerning what I call "God's Unspoken Yes." I thereby refer to an understanding of how we, as the genuine, literal, rebirthed children of God, living under pure grace, have been freed to live and have our daily walk in accord with the automatic inner sense we have of Christ's indwelling "Spirit of life."

Part 3 of 3 - The New Paradigm

Romans 8 opens with "No Condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus" (Rom 8:1) and closes with "No Separation- from the love of Christ" (v35). These summarize the new paradigm for Christian living. The Apostle Paul, lists all the elements of creation, in heaven or on earth, declaring that none of them "can separate us from the love of God, which is [manifested] in Christ Jesus" (v38-39).