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Flawed but Forgiven: Reflections on Select Stories of King David
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David, Israel's greatest king, receives more attention in the Old Testament than anyone else. He has been called a just king, a fearless warrior, an empire builder, a musician, a poet extraordinary,... More > a boy shepherd, a loving but inadequate father, an outlaw, a saint and a sinner. He preferred deeds and action rather than philosophical reflection. David stumbles often throughout the eight stories comprising this book, but nonetheless God called him a man after his own heart.< Less
The New Way Of Life
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The New Way of Life by Benjamin Jackson equips you with biblical understanding of God's great love for you! Woven throughout this book is the good news of God's extravagant grace through the... More > sacrifice of His Son Jesus that anyone who believes on the Risen Christ is saved - given a completely new life - forgiven of every sin - filled with resurrection power to conquer sickness, poverty and lack. The New Way of Life is freedom, prosperity, and discovering the life we've always wanted.< Less
God's Astounding Grace
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Within this booklet are some of the most important truths found at the heart of the Gospel—in a word, grace. God saves sinners. Salvation is His work... More > from first to last. He takes people ruined and doomed and brings them to stand righteous in Christ with all their sins forgiven. He also renews them from the inside out and sets them upon a trajectory of spiritual growth toward Christ-likeness that always ends in glory. May this astounding Gospel feed your soul, clarifying your understanding and appreciation of God’s mighty saving work through Christ and the Spirit.< Less
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The Baltimore Catechism defines confession as simply "...the telling of our sins to an authorized priest for the purpose of obtaining forgiveness." Another of Rome’s Catechisms states... More > that "Sins are forgiven by the power of God, which Jesus Christ has given to the priests of His Church." The French Catechism goes even further in its description of confession, claiming that "One must receive absolution in feelings of total humility, considering the confessor (the priest), as Jesus Christ Himself whose place he takes." It is taught that the confession of one’s sins to a priest, one of 6 commandments decreed by the Roman Catholic Church, should be made at least once a year. "In the Roman system the priest constantly comes between the sinner and God. In...the New Catechism No. 1, with imprimatur by Cardinal Francis Spellman, of New York, we read: ‘You must tell your sins to the priest to have them forgiven.’ And again, ‘Confession is telling your sins to the priest to obtain forgiveness.’"< Less
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