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  • Daily in Christ by Neil t. Anderson 2019-08-10
    YOUR ADVOCATE
    “He [Christ] is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world” (1 John 2:2)

    When Mandy came to see me, she appeared to have her life all together. She was a Christian who was very active in her church. She had led her alcoholic father to Christ on his deathbed. She was pretty, and she had a nice husband and two wonderful children. But she had attempted suicide at least three times.

    "How can God love me?" Mandy sobbed. "I'm such a failure."

    "Mandy, God loves you, not because you are lovable, but because it is His nature to love you."

    "But I've tried to take my own life, Neil. How can God overlook that?"

    "Just suppose, Mandy, that your son grew despondent and tried to take his own life. Would you love him any less? Would you kick him out of the family? Would you turn your back on him?"

    "Of course not, I'd feel sorry for him and try to love him more."

    "Are you telling me that a perfect God isn't as good a parent to you as you, an imperfect person, are to your children?"

    Mandy got the point. She began to realize that God, as a loving parent, can overlook weaknesses and forgive sin.

    God wants us to do good of course. The apostle John wrote: "I write this to you so that you will not sin." But John continued by reminding us that God has already made provision for our failure so His love continues constant despite what we do: "But if anybody does sin, we have one who speaks to the Father in our defense--Jesus Christ, the Righteous One. He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world". (1 John 2:1, 2 NIV)

    One reason we doubt God's love is that we have an adversary who uses every little offense to accuse us of being good-for-nothings. But your advocate, Jesus Christ, is more powerful than your adversary. He has cancelled the debt of your sins--past, present and future. No matter what you do or how you fail, God has no reason not to love you and accept you completely.

    Prayer: Father in heaven, thank You for being my perfect parent, my haven of security and trustworthiness, and the victor over my enemy.
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  • Daily in Christ by Neil t. Anderson 2019-08-10
    YOUR ADVOCATE
    “He [Christ] is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world” (1 John 2:2)

    When Mandy came to see me, she appeared to have her life all together. She was a Christian who was very active in her church. She had led her alcoholic father to Christ on his deathbed. She was pretty, and she had a nice husband and two wonderful children. But she had attempted suicide at least three times.

    "How can God love me?" Mandy sobbed. "I'm such a failure."

    "Mandy, God loves you, not because you are lovable, but because it is His nature to love you."

    "But I've tried to take my own life, Neil. How can God overlook that?"

    "Just suppose, Mandy, that your son grew despondent and tried to take his own life. Would you love him any less? Would you kick him out of the family? Would you turn your back on him?"

    "Of course not, I'd feel sorry for him and try to love him more."

    "Are you telling me that a perfect God isn't as good a parent to you as you, an imperfect person, are to your children?"

    Mandy got the point. She began to realize that God, as a loving parent, can overlook weaknesses and forgive sin.

    God wants us to do good of course. The apostle John wrote: "I write this to you so that you will not sin." But John continued by reminding us that God has already made provision for our failure so His love continues constant despite what we do: "But if anybody does sin, we have one who speaks to the Father in our defense--Jesus Christ, the Righteous One. He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world". (1 John 2:1, 2 NIV)

    One reason we doubt God's love is that we have an adversary who uses every little offense to accuse us of being good-for-nothings. But your advocate, Jesus Christ, is more powerful than your adversary. He has cancelled the debt of your sins--past, present and future. No matter what you do or how you fail, God has no reason not to love you and accept you completely.

    Prayer: Father in heaven, thank You for being my perfect parent, my haven of security and trustworthiness, and the victor over my enemy.
    Daily in Christ by Neil t. Anderson 2019-08-10 YOUR ADVOCATE “He [Christ] is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world” (1 John 2:2) When Mandy came to see me, she appeared to have her life all together. She was a Christian who was very active in her church. She had led her alcoholic father to Christ on his deathbed. She was pretty, and she had a nice husband and two wonderful children. But she had attempted suicide at least three times. "How can God love me?" Mandy sobbed. "I'm such a failure." "Mandy, God loves you, not because you are lovable, but because it is His nature to love you." "But I've tried to take my own life, Neil. How can God overlook that?" "Just suppose, Mandy, that your son grew despondent and tried to take his own life. Would you love him any less? Would you kick him out of the family? Would you turn your back on him?" "Of course not, I'd feel sorry for him and try to love him more." "Are you telling me that a perfect God isn't as good a parent to you as you, an imperfect person, are to your children?" Mandy got the point. She began to realize that God, as a loving parent, can overlook weaknesses and forgive sin. God wants us to do good of course. The apostle John wrote: "I write this to you so that you will not sin." But John continued by reminding us that God has already made provision for our failure so His love continues constant despite what we do: "But if anybody does sin, we have one who speaks to the Father in our defense--Jesus Christ, the Righteous One. He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world". (1 John 2:1, 2 NIV) One reason we doubt God's love is that we have an adversary who uses every little offense to accuse us of being good-for-nothings. But your advocate, Jesus Christ, is more powerful than your adversary. He has cancelled the debt of your sins--past, present and future. No matter what you do or how you fail, God has no reason not to love you and accept you completely. Prayer: Father in heaven, thank You for being my perfect parent, my haven of security and trustworthiness, and the victor over my enemy.
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  • Living Truth Daily Devotion, 2019-08-10
    JEHOVAH-TSIDKENU (TSIDKENU = si ken noo)
    “There is no one righteous, not even one…” (Romans 3:10)

    Jehovah-tsidkenu. What in the world do these words mean? We may know Jehovah is the personal name of God, which is translated as “LORD.” Tsidkenu is likely the word we are not familiar with, which means “our righteousness.” Altogether, Jehovah-tsidkenu means “the LORD our righteousness” in Hebrew.

    Tsidkenu, “our righteousness,” is not a familiar phrase we use today, if it is used at all. The man on the street probably associates it with self-righteousness. When someone says, “He’s so righteous,” it is not a compliment but a cynical statement about their self-righteous judgmentalism. But this is not the way this word is used in Scripture. Righteousness is a word used of God to talk about His good character.

    Human beings, created to display God’s righteousness, are in a situation far removed from that as Paul tells us, “There is no one righteous, not even one…” (Romans 3:10). When we attempt to be righteous with our rolled-up sleeves and determination we discover that, “all our righteous acts are like filthy rags” (Isaiah 64:6).

    There is a legacy within us that recognizes the need to do what is right yet we are in constant internal turmoil. Paul explains, “For in my inner being I delight in God’s law; but I see another law at work in me, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within me. What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death?” (Romans 7:22-24).

    Jehovah-tsidkenu––the LORD Our Righteousness––means that we have no claims based on performance, based on history or based outside of Christ. On their own, all these will do is make us self-righteous and a spiritual snob. But the LORD Our Righteousness is about our standing before God. “Our citizenship is in heaven” (Philippians 3:20) when we recognize that Jesus Christ became sin and died for us. Every sin we ever committed, thought of committing or will commit, He took it and made our standing before God righteous.

    Do we know that? Or are we tiptoeing around God hoping that there is enough good in our backpack to impress Him? Because it never will. We need to come to Jesus and acknowledge before Him that our rightful place should have been on that cross, where He acted as our substitute. Jesus bore our sin in His body and because of that, He now offers us His forgiveness and cleansing, so that our status before God is now righteous. Thank You, Jehovah-tsidkenu for giving us tsidkenu.

    Prayer: Jehovah-tsidkenu, praise You, for out of Your grace, mercy and love I am made righteous because Jesus bore my sin on the cross. Thank You, Lord.
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  • Living Truth Daily Devotion, 2019-08-10
    JEHOVAH-TSIDKENU (TSIDKENU = si ken noo)
    “There is no one righteous, not even one…” (Romans 3:10)

    Jehovah-tsidkenu. What in the world do these words mean? We may know Jehovah is the personal name of God, which is translated as “LORD.” Tsidkenu is likely the word we are not familiar with, which means “our righteousness.” Altogether, Jehovah-tsidkenu means “the LORD our righteousness” in Hebrew.

    Tsidkenu, “our righteousness,” is not a familiar phrase we use today, if it is used at all. The man on the street probably associates it with self-righteousness. When someone says, “He’s so righteous,” it is not a compliment but a cynical statement about their self-righteous judgmentalism. But this is not the way this word is used in Scripture. Righteousness is a word used of God to talk about His good character.

    Human beings, created to display God’s righteousness, are in a situation far removed from that as Paul tells us, “There is no one righteous, not even one…” (Romans 3:10). When we attempt to be righteous with our rolled-up sleeves and determination we discover that, “all our righteous acts are like filthy rags” (Isaiah 64:6).

    There is a legacy within us that recognizes the need to do what is right yet we are in constant internal turmoil. Paul explains, “For in my inner being I delight in God’s law; but I see another law at work in me, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within me. What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death?” (Romans 7:22-24).

    Jehovah-tsidkenu––the LORD Our Righteousness––means that we have no claims based on performance, based on history or based outside of Christ. On their own, all these will do is make us self-righteous and a spiritual snob. But the LORD Our Righteousness is about our standing before God. “Our citizenship is in heaven” (Philippians 3:20) when we recognize that Jesus Christ became sin and died for us. Every sin we ever committed, thought of committing or will commit, He took it and made our standing before God righteous.

    Do we know that? Or are we tiptoeing around God hoping that there is enough good in our backpack to impress Him? Because it never will. We need to come to Jesus and acknowledge before Him that our rightful place should have been on that cross, where He acted as our substitute. Jesus bore our sin in His body and because of that, He now offers us His forgiveness and cleansing, so that our status before God is now righteous. Thank You, Jehovah-tsidkenu for giving us tsidkenu.

    Prayer: Jehovah-tsidkenu, praise You, for out of Your grace, mercy and love I am made righteous because Jesus bore my sin on the cross. Thank You, Lord.
    Living Truth Daily Devotion, 2019-08-10 JEHOVAH-TSIDKENU (TSIDKENU = si ken noo) “There is no one righteous, not even one…” (Romans 3:10) Jehovah-tsidkenu. What in the world do these words mean? We may know Jehovah is the personal name of God, which is translated as “LORD.” Tsidkenu is likely the word we are not familiar with, which means “our righteousness.” Altogether, Jehovah-tsidkenu means “the LORD our righteousness” in Hebrew. Tsidkenu, “our righteousness,” is not a familiar phrase we use today, if it is used at all. The man on the street probably associates it with self-righteousness. When someone says, “He’s so righteous,” it is not a compliment but a cynical statement about their self-righteous judgmentalism. But this is not the way this word is used in Scripture. Righteousness is a word used of God to talk about His good character. Human beings, created to display God’s righteousness, are in a situation far removed from that as Paul tells us, “There is no one righteous, not even one…” (Romans 3:10). When we attempt to be righteous with our rolled-up sleeves and determination we discover that, “all our righteous acts are like filthy rags” (Isaiah 64:6). There is a legacy within us that recognizes the need to do what is right yet we are in constant internal turmoil. Paul explains, “For in my inner being I delight in God’s law; but I see another law at work in me, waging war against the law of my mind and making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within me. What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death?” (Romans 7:22-24). Jehovah-tsidkenu––the LORD Our Righteousness––means that we have no claims based on performance, based on history or based outside of Christ. On their own, all these will do is make us self-righteous and a spiritual snob. But the LORD Our Righteousness is about our standing before God. “Our citizenship is in heaven” (Philippians 3:20) when we recognize that Jesus Christ became sin and died for us. Every sin we ever committed, thought of committing or will commit, He took it and made our standing before God righteous. Do we know that? Or are we tiptoeing around God hoping that there is enough good in our backpack to impress Him? Because it never will. We need to come to Jesus and acknowledge before Him that our rightful place should have been on that cross, where He acted as our substitute. Jesus bore our sin in His body and because of that, He now offers us His forgiveness and cleansing, so that our status before God is now righteous. Thank You, Jehovah-tsidkenu for giving us tsidkenu. Prayer: Jehovah-tsidkenu, praise You, for out of Your grace, mercy and love I am made righteous because Jesus bore my sin on the cross. Thank You, Lord.
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  • Pilgim's Progress Moive:
    "An epic tale of a pilgrim and his burden. Journey with Christian as he travels from the city of Destruction to the Celestial City. Request to show the Pilgrim's Progress at your church, school, or ministry by visiting http://www.Pilgrims.Movie"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5jzd0nI-Vc&feature=youtu.be
    The Pilgrim's Progress
    Based on John Bunyan's epic masterpiece, THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS is one of the most popular books of all time, and one of the most important stories of our faith!
    WWW.PILGRIMS.MOVIE
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  • Pilgim's Progress Moive:
    "An epic tale of a pilgrim and his burden. Journey with Christian as he travels from the city of Destruction to the Celestial City. Request to show the Pilgrim's Progress at your church, school, or ministry by visiting http://www.Pilgrims.Movie"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5jzd0nI-Vc&feature=youtu.be
    Pilgim's Progress Moive: "An epic tale of a pilgrim and his burden. Journey with Christian as he travels from the city of Destruction to the Celestial City. Request to show the Pilgrim's Progress at your church, school, or ministry by visiting http://www.Pilgrims.Movie" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5jzd0nI-Vc&feature=youtu.be
    The Pilgrim's Progress
    Based on John Bunyan's epic masterpiece, THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS is one of the most popular books of all time, and one of the most important stories of our faith!
    WWW.PILGRIMS.MOVIE
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  • If Turdeau's lips ar moving he is lying!
    "In an revelation that is pretty awkward for the Liberal elites and the political class, it turns out that an internal government report says there needs to be a focus on unity and an effort to “bring the focus back to the majority,” instead of emphasizing ‘diversity values’ in government communications.
    The report was ostensibly about ‘countering populism’ in Canada, yet it ironically backs up many of the things Canadian populists have been saying, and contradicts political correctness."
    https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/08/08/surprise-internal-government-report-contradicts-trudeaus-diversity-rhetoric-says-focus-needs-to-be-on-social-cohesion-shared-values/
    If Turdeau's lips ar moving he is lying! "In an revelation that is pretty awkward for the Liberal elites and the political class, it turns out that an internal government report says there needs to be a focus on unity and an effort to “bring the focus back to the majority,” instead of emphasizing ‘diversity values’ in government communications. The report was ostensibly about ‘countering populism’ in Canada, yet it ironically backs up many of the things Canadian populists have been saying, and contradicts political correctness." https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/08/08/surprise-internal-government-report-contradicts-trudeaus-diversity-rhetoric-says-focus-needs-to-be-on-social-cohesion-shared-values/
    SURPRISE: Internal Government Report Contradicts Trudeau's 'Diversity' Rhetoric, Says Focus Needs To Be On 'Social Cohesion' & 'Shared Values' - Spencer Fernando
    Awkward... In an revelation that is pretty awkward for the Liberal elites and the political class, it turns out that an internal government report says
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  • DEFUND THE UN!!
    "As I regularly mention, the global elites continually use a ‘move-the-goalposts’ strategy to take more control over our lives.
    They tell everyone that this ‘one thing’ is necessary to ‘save the planet.’
    Then, once people start implementing ‘that one thing,’ there’s a new ‘thing’ that is necessary to ‘save the planet.’
    Then, it shifts again. That ‘thing’ isn’t enough, so here’s the ‘new thing’ that’s necessary to ‘save the planet.’"
    https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/08/08/now-the-un-elites-are-telling-us-to-eat-less-meat/
    DEFUND THE UN!! "As I regularly mention, the global elites continually use a ‘move-the-goalposts’ strategy to take more control over our lives. They tell everyone that this ‘one thing’ is necessary to ‘save the planet.’ Then, once people start implementing ‘that one thing,’ there’s a new ‘thing’ that is necessary to ‘save the planet.’ Then, it shifts again. That ‘thing’ isn’t enough, so here’s the ‘new thing’ that’s necessary to ‘save the planet.’" https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/08/08/now-the-un-elites-are-telling-us-to-eat-less-meat/
    Now The UN Elites Are Telling Us To Eat Less Meat - Spencer Fernando
    Goalposts moved yet again. As I regularly mention, the global elites continually use a 'move-the-goalposts' strategy to take more control over our lives.
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  • Daily in Christ by Neil T. Anderson, 2019-08-09
    CLEAR, LOVING COMMUNICATION
    “He who gives an answer before he hears, it is folly and shame to him” (Proverbs 18:13)

    "I can't get a handle on my problems, Neil," Ruth complained. "I know my children are struggling at school, but they won't share it with me. Why won't they talk to me?"

    "Do you really want to know, Ruth?"

    "Of course!"

    "They probably don't feel they can trust you," I responded.

    "What do you mean they can't trust me? I'm their mother!"

    "Let me illustrate," I said. "Suppose your 15-year-old daughter came home one day and said that her best friend was taking drugs. What would you say to her?"

    Ruth paused for a moment, then said, "I'd probably tell her to find another friend." "Exactly! And that's why she doesn't share that kind of information with you."

    Like a lot of parents, Ruth was in the habit of reacting to her kids before she knew what was really going on. Two or three reactions like this from you and your child is ready to clam up forever. Whenever your child tells you about "my friend's problem," there is a very good chance that he's the one with the problem. He will drop little hints about his "friend" to see your reaction. If you are hasty and judgmental, you can bet he won't share any more. You must listen without judgment and hold the advice until you are sure you know the whole story.

    Clear, loving communication in your family is imperative if you are going to foil satan's attempt to seduce your child. After all, if you don't listen when he tells you about his school problems, he may not bother to tell you about his evil thoughts. And if you criticize him when he admits his mistakes, he won't want you to know about the terrifying dark presence he experiences in his room at night. Faulty communication doesn't necessarily cause spiritual problems in your child, but it can certainly block or delay the resolution of those problems.

    Prayer: Lord, make me a parent my children can trust and be comfortable with, and deliver me from being harsh and critical.
    Daily in Christ by Neil T. Anderson, 2019-08-09 CLEAR, LOVING COMMUNICATION “He who gives an answer before he hears, it is folly and shame to him” (Proverbs 18:13) "I can't get a handle on my problems, Neil," Ruth complained. "I know my children are struggling at school, but they won't share it with me. Why won't they talk to me?" "Do you really want to know, Ruth?" "Of course!" "They probably don't feel they can trust you," I responded. "What do you mean they can't trust me? I'm their mother!" "Let me illustrate," I said. "Suppose your 15-year-old daughter came home one day and said that her best friend was taking drugs. What would you say to her?" Ruth paused for a moment, then said, "I'd probably tell her to find another friend." "Exactly! And that's why she doesn't share that kind of information with you." Like a lot of parents, Ruth was in the habit of reacting to her kids before she knew what was really going on. Two or three reactions like this from you and your child is ready to clam up forever. Whenever your child tells you about "my friend's problem," there is a very good chance that he's the one with the problem. He will drop little hints about his "friend" to see your reaction. If you are hasty and judgmental, you can bet he won't share any more. You must listen without judgment and hold the advice until you are sure you know the whole story. Clear, loving communication in your family is imperative if you are going to foil satan's attempt to seduce your child. After all, if you don't listen when he tells you about his school problems, he may not bother to tell you about his evil thoughts. And if you criticize him when he admits his mistakes, he won't want you to know about the terrifying dark presence he experiences in his room at night. Faulty communication doesn't necessarily cause spiritual problems in your child, but it can certainly block or delay the resolution of those problems. Prayer: Lord, make me a parent my children can trust and be comfortable with, and deliver me from being harsh and critical.
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  • Living truth Daily Devotion, 2019-08-09
    IMPUTED
    God made Him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God.” (2 Corinthians 5:21)
    The opening verse of this devotion, from Paul’s letter to the Church at Corinth, gives one of the most important truths that we can ever come to learn: we can only become what Christ is in our standing and position before God because Christ became what we are in His standing and position before God.

    The phrase that theologians have used for this is “imputed righteousness.” Imputed implies that it is not an inherent one within ourselves. Christ’s sin was not inherently in Himself. Rather, our sin was imputed to Him and His righteousness was imputed to us. Therefore, when Jesus Christ went to the cross, His standing before His Father changed. He who knew no sin was made to be sin. This was not His own sin, but sin was imputed to Him.

    Jesus Christ hung on that cross before His Father as a murderer, rapist, liar and a cheat. Everything Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, and even what us were, Jesus was on the cross. He was declared a sinner before His Father. We may never come to understand what it was like for Jesus emotionally and spiritually to be made sin before His Father. We may say that it is not fair and, of course, it is not. But neither is the other side of the equation fair.

    The imputed sin on Christ and the imputed righteousness on us have nothing to do with our track records. This is not about His behaviour or our behaviour. For us, it is simply saying, “Thank You. You took my sin in Your body on the cross.”

    This gives us tremendous confidence on Judgment Day. If we put any confidence in our track record, we are deluding ourselves. Our grounds for confidence are based entirely upon the fact that Jesus Christ is our substitute. Jesus substituted Himself for our sin on the cross and now He substitutes our sin for Himself in our standing before God. John tells us, “This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: in this world we are like Jesus” (1 John 4:17).

    Our imputed righteousness is about our standing before God and our imparted righteousness is about our growth in righteousness and holiness. It is humbling for us to acknowledge that apart from Christ we are nothing and have nothing. God credits to us what we do not deserve and cannot earn because Jesus imputed to us His standing. May we rejoice in our peace and standing with God because of Jesus and live lives that reflect Christ’s imputed righteousness to us.

    Prayer: Dear God, thank You that Jesus’ righteousness has been imputed in me so that my standing before You is perfect and pure. Praise You, God!
    Living truth Daily Devotion, 2019-08-09 IMPUTED God made Him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God.” (2 Corinthians 5:21) The opening verse of this devotion, from Paul’s letter to the Church at Corinth, gives one of the most important truths that we can ever come to learn: we can only become what Christ is in our standing and position before God because Christ became what we are in His standing and position before God. The phrase that theologians have used for this is “imputed righteousness.” Imputed implies that it is not an inherent one within ourselves. Christ’s sin was not inherently in Himself. Rather, our sin was imputed to Him and His righteousness was imputed to us. Therefore, when Jesus Christ went to the cross, His standing before His Father changed. He who knew no sin was made to be sin. This was not His own sin, but sin was imputed to Him. Jesus Christ hung on that cross before His Father as a murderer, rapist, liar and a cheat. Everything Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, and even what us were, Jesus was on the cross. He was declared a sinner before His Father. We may never come to understand what it was like for Jesus emotionally and spiritually to be made sin before His Father. We may say that it is not fair and, of course, it is not. But neither is the other side of the equation fair. The imputed sin on Christ and the imputed righteousness on us have nothing to do with our track records. This is not about His behaviour or our behaviour. For us, it is simply saying, “Thank You. You took my sin in Your body on the cross.” This gives us tremendous confidence on Judgment Day. If we put any confidence in our track record, we are deluding ourselves. Our grounds for confidence are based entirely upon the fact that Jesus Christ is our substitute. Jesus substituted Himself for our sin on the cross and now He substitutes our sin for Himself in our standing before God. John tells us, “This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: in this world we are like Jesus” (1 John 4:17). Our imputed righteousness is about our standing before God and our imparted righteousness is about our growth in righteousness and holiness. It is humbling for us to acknowledge that apart from Christ we are nothing and have nothing. God credits to us what we do not deserve and cannot earn because Jesus imputed to us His standing. May we rejoice in our peace and standing with God because of Jesus and live lives that reflect Christ’s imputed righteousness to us. Prayer: Dear God, thank You that Jesus’ righteousness has been imputed in me so that my standing before You is perfect and pure. Praise You, God!
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