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The Finality of the Cross

“E finito!”  “Esta terminado!”  “C’est fini!” “It is finished,” means just that.  It is finished. But… what exactly is finished? All the work for the payment for all sin is fully and totally complete (John 19:30)! The wages (payment) of … Continue reading

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Crossroads

I stand facing two paths. The wide path to my left winds along and extends way up a steep rocky cliff. I can see only the heights of the perilous mountain ahead covered with dark clouds and enduring random bolts of … Continue reading

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Mercy and Grace

MERCY Mercy means “compassion or forgiveness shown toward someone whom it is within one’s power to punish or harm.” Mercy is not getting what we deserve. Mercy moves the offender from a negative balance up to zero. “I’ve paid all … Continue reading

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