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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}".


ETERNAL SALVATION LIFE ALONE

             BY FAITH ALONE

                  IN CHRIST ALONE


LIGRADOC BEACONS


Sunday AM, April 29, 2018 - rblgd.org

* Hebrews 10:2, Revelation 19

* God is not glorified by anything we accomplish in the lower dimensions with our human works, human talent or ability. God is only glorified by His Works, His Accomplishments and His Abilities that we fully embrace and put into action under the energizing power of God the Holy Spirit.

* The believers that are alive at the end of the Great Tribulation will enter the Millennial Reign of Christ and they will still have their hadegooe nature as will their offspring born during that dispensation.

* It is not the visible that is the reality but the invisible.

* Condemnation must precede Salvation. After The Fall, man’s point of reference with God is no longer His Love but now is His Holiness. What the Holy Righteousness of God demands, the Holy Justice of God executes.

* The potential of Salvation becomes a reality through cognizance of the pure Grace Gospel and faith alone in Christ alone in it. There is no attachment of human merit or human worth or human works. At the point of Salvation, His very own Holy Righteousness is imputed to us.

* God tests believers. He does not tempt them. God tests believers with loneliness. In fact, loneliness is is requisite to the highest Summits of Spiritual Maturity.

* What the world honors is not of value to the synchronized Warrior / Champion.

* Two judicial imputations provide the potential for blessing in time. Without this we are left with the vanity of emptiness in the lower dimensions.

* The synchronized Warrior / Champion will receive Special Suffering for the glorification of the Lord Jesus Christ.