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You may be surprised to find out that there are many believers today who do not believe that they have been perfected forever by the finished work of Jesus Christ. They are still depending on their self-efforts to qualify themselves.Only Jesus’ work is a finished...

Someone once said: Works do not justify, but the justified person works. Well, that is quite true. “I laboured,” said the Apostle, “more abundantly than them all,” because of the overwhelming grace of God to me. It is therefore no longer a zeal for God,...

So, are you in God’s rest? If you are more persuaded by your circumstances than God’s ability to work out what He has promised – then you are probably not! You need to allow the integrity of God’s Word to produce persuasion in your heart.In...

“What is the real meaning of grace? The traditional answer is: “Grace is unmerited favour.” Yes, it is unmerited favour, but that is a weak definition. This rightly means you have no merit in your own performance, and God engages you on the basis of ...

My life is not the product of my religious efforts to be more holy, to be more happy or to be more religious. But my life and my testimony is the product of His workmanship. God has placed His stamp of approval upon His workmanship. “We...