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Cleansing the Conscience — Conscience and Guilt — Part 4

But what about subjective guilt? How can I deal with my awareness of my unworthiness? The problem really lies with the question. How can I be anything other than unworthy and be at the same time a recipient of grace. … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table—Part 8

In the previous post we explored the effect of the blood of Christ in accomplishing reconciliation. In this post we must apply these ideas to the Lord’s Supper. When we take the cup at the Supper, we are celebrating the … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table—Part 3

The next several posts will address eleven effects that the blood of Christ has accomplished, that we celebrate at the table. The first of these effects is propitiation. The idea is a difficult one that has been debated for almost … Continue reading

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