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The Responsibility to Pray

From When You Pray, by Herman Hanko, chapter 2, pages 19-20. _________ In the work of saving his people so that they are conscious of their salvation, God works in them in such a way that they work. It is something like the grafting of a branch to another tree. The grafted apple branch lives out of the...

God Who Justifies the Ungodly (1)

In justification, then, we have no plea except the perfect obedience, sufferings, death, and righteousness of Jesus Christ. In justification, when we stand before the holy, righteous God, we say, “I am ungodly, but Christ is just and righteous. I have sinned, but Christ has been perfectly obedient. I am guilty, but Christ is innocent and he has made perfect satisfaction for my sins.” In justification we say, “My conscience [accuses] me that I have grossly transgressed all the commandments of God, and kept none of them, and [I] am still inclined to all evil” (Heidelberg Catechism, A 60).

The Necessity of Conversion

There is a close connection between forgiveness and sanctification, between washing and learning to do well, because there is no upright seeking and finding of forgiveness and justification, except justification reveals itself in a life of sanctification. The two are inseparable.

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