Are We Under God’s Laws in the New Covenant?

  This post was made in reference to  a comment posted to me concerning the video on WorldNetDaily by Richard Rives – JUST THE FACTS – dated November 18, 2014 Which Laws Has God ‘Written on Our Hearts?’   1 Corinthians 9:21 “… being not without law to God, but under the law to Christ, that I might gain them that are without law.” Romans 7:25 “I thank God through Jesus Christ...

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Is Keeping God’s New Covenant Legalism?

  This post was made in reference to  a comment posted to me concerning the video on WorldNetDaily by Richard Rives – JUST THE FACTS – dated November 11, 2014 “How Do You Know if You Know God?” ttruthiot, Then are you suggesting that because we fail and commit sin; even though we return in confession and repentance (according to God’s commandments), that we are not obeying God? Based on that, are you...

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Does Hebrews Tell us to Keep all Laws given to Moses?

This post was made in reference to  a comment posted to me concerning the video on WorldNetDaily by Richard Rives – JUST THE FACTS – dated November 11, 2014 “How Do You Know if You Know God?” Commenter on WND abbygirl08 said she believes she’s in agreement with what I’ve said about Hebrews 10:26 and “sinning willfully” but goes on to ask if I also believe the author of the book of...

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What Did Paul Mean About Sinning Willfully?

This post was made in reference to  a comment posted to me concerning the video on WorldNetDaily by Richard Rives – JUST THE FACTS – dated November 11, 2014 “How Do You Know if You Know God?”   ttruthiot, I’m not sure I follow what you are saying as far as Hebrews 10:26 applying to a born again believer today. Hebrews 10:26-27 “For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of...

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What is a Works Based Salvation?

 This post was made in reference to  a comment posted to me concerning the video on WorldNetDaily by Richard Rives – JUST THE FACTS – dated November 11, 2014 “How Do You Know if You Know God?” Works based salvation, let’s define it. A laborer does work and is then owed a reward. The employer becomes indebted unto the worker to pay what is due him. The sinner’s work is that he transgressed...

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