Renewed

ABSTINENCE

ABSTINENCE Introduction.—The whole of morality on its negative side may be included under Abstinence. Christian moral progress (sanctification) includes a holding fast (κατέχεσθαι) of the good, and an abstaining from (ἀπέχεσθαι) every form of evil (1 Th 5:21f.). While Christianity has general laws to distinguish the good from the bad, yet for each individual Christian …

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How to Be Liberated from Frequent Falls? Reasons and benefits (4)

How to Be Liberated from Frequent Falls? Reasons and benefits By: House of God’s Love   Book name: Book series of Principles of Spiritual Life How to be liberated from frequent falls By: Servants of God’s Love Hostel   *         We hope in Christ that this series would reach the hands of every Christian youth. …

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Rebirth

Rebirth When Jimmy Carter was elected president of the United States he described himself as a “born-again Christian.” Then Charles Colson, former hatchet man in the Nixon White House, wrote a best-selling book by the title Born Again. In it, he chronicled his own experience of conversion to Christianity. Since these two famous personalities popularized …

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Sin

Sin Sin can be pictured as an archer releasing an arrow from his bow and missing the target. It is not, of course, that failure to hit the bull’s-eye in target shooting is a grave moral matter. Rather, the simplest biblical definition of sin is “to miss the mark.” In biblical terms, the mark that …

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