John 19:30 Greek

John 19:30
"So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said "Finished!" {tetelestai} {eternal salvation life work complete --- substitutionary spiritual death on the cross}. And having pushed His head forward, He dismissed His spirit {physical death}".


             BY FAITH ALONE

                  IN CHRIST ALONE


Tuesday, April 11, 2006

* Human volition is a valuable gift from God. We can use our volition to trash all of God's accomplishments on our behalf or we can embrace them and integrate inside His ligradoc plan. The unbeliever can use his volition to trash all of God's accomplishments on the cross and God will not interfere.

* Woe to this nation if God does not see in the silc the desire to ascend to higher summits.

* The question for all those genuinely concerned for our nation is this: Have they believed in the Lord Jesus Christ and have they integrated? If they have not, they are a part of the problem.

* Deut. 29:29

* Human history is the courtroom for the trial of Satan. The believer has the opportunity to be entered as evidence on behalf of the prosecution.

* Isaiah 43:7, 48:11

* Before the incarnation, angels were used by God to bring doctrine to men. Now, God is using man to bring grace and doctrine to man and angels.

* Exodus 15:26, Isaiah 30:9, Jeremiah 11:10, Romans 5:19

* We did not commit sin and become a sinner. We were born unbelievers, spiritually dead but physically alive, because of the imputation of Adam's sin. The first man and woman were created perfect and could have lived forevermore w/o sinning. They did not have to fail. They had free will. Lucifer was created perfect and also did not have to fail. These were created perfect but could fail. But now we are vitally connected to the perfect obedience of Christ and in the future eternity, we will be perfect and we will not be able to fail because Christ did not fail.

* All church age believers, regardless of their spiritual condition, will not be left behind at the rapture of the Church. This is Grace.

* Luke 6:26, 16:15, Matt. 9:34, 11:19, 26:65-66, Mark 3:21-22, 3:30, Luke 23:2, 5, 14, John 7:12, 8:48