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  1. ▶ Nothing but the Blood of Jesus with Lyrics - Robert Lowry YouTube 360p

    What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus; What can make me whole again? Nothing but the blood of Jesus. Refrain: Oh! precious is the flow That makes me white as snow; No other fount I know, Nothing but the blood of Jesus. For my pardon, this I see, Nothing but the blood of Jesus; For my cleansing this my plea, Nothing but the blood of Jesus. Nothing can for sin atone, Nothing but the blood of Jesus; Naught of good that I have done, Nothing but the blood of Jesus. This is all my hope and peace, Nothing but the blood of Jesus; This is all my righteousness, Nothing but the blood of Jesus. Now by this I'll overcome— Nothing but the blood of Jesus; Now by this I'll reach my home— Nothing but the blood of Jesus. Glory! Glory! This I sing— Nothing but the blood of Jesus, All my praise for this I bring— Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

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  2. Does Jesus Rebuke Worship of Himself As God in Mark 10:17-18; Lk 18:18-19; and Matt 19:16-17?

    An Airtable of my public domain works including Agnes Lewis Sinai Sinaiticus [not the same as the Codex Sinaiticus]

    There is an 1892 and 1896 edition — I recommend you donwload boath, because prefix useful in volume 1.

    LESSON IN THIS VIDEO Jesus rebukes someone who falls on his knees to worship Jesus, and calls him "Good Rabbi," because only God can be called Good. The man had asked Jesus "how do I have eternal life?" — the question we would all ask God if we met him in the flesh. Thus, this man sincerely thought Jesus was God, and truly did intend to worship Jesus, and that is how Jesus understood the man's statement that He, Jesus, was "Good." Jesus says not to do that, for only "one is Good," God alone.

    Hence, Jesus in accord with John 17:1-3 said He was not God once more, and rebuked someone who worshipped him as God. There is no possibility Jesus was intending to test the man whether He was God because Jesus' words were the opposite of how you would teach one is God, and one deserves being called Good. Why are we so sure? Because (a) Jesus says the opposite; and (b) Jesus had the opportunity to say contrariwise, and affirm his own Deity and right to be called "Good."

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  3. The Temptation of Practical Goodness | Woodland Hills Church

    When people think about temptation , they often think about thoughts or behaviors that seem obviously evil or negative. Because of this idea, it is sometimes assumed that temptation is something that can be easily avoided. What people forget is that something does not have to be evil in order to be a temptation. Sometimes, there maybe many good things around from whence to choose. And that can make it quite hard to choose what s best for the situation at hand. Jesus faced this kind of temptation from Satan when he was in the desert wilderness in the Luke 4 passage. Satan offered opportunities to Jesus where Jesus could have possibly done great practical things for the world. He could have demonstrated himself as the Messiah, giving himself religious power. He could have taken control over all the governments of the world and have the perfect human government. He could have used his power to heal and deliver people without going to the Cross. Jesus saw good opportunities as the temptations because Jesus was focused on being faithful to God and lead by God s Spirit.When we live in Adam , we are basically deciding that we can decide for ourselves what the best options are in a situation. Life in Christ doesn t remove the fact that we have to make our own choices in life. Rather, living in Christ makes it clear that we must seek God s ways and wisdom on the choices we make. This is important, because there are times where God will have us to so things that may not seem practical! If we are not careful, we can fall into the temptation of doing the practical thing for practicality s sake and not listening to what God has to say about the situation. The way the Jesus got around Satan s temptations was to keep his focus on God. He continually asked himself What would God have me to do? What are the options that align with God s Kingdom? As we live this way, not only do we place ourselves in the New Adam but we also find a new wisdom that comes from God. Hide Extended Summary

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  4. John Piper - What Jesus Demands From the World

    The Great Commission includes teaching obedience to all that Jesus commanded. Easier said than done, right? The four Gospels are filled with demands from Jesus. They are not harsh demands originating from a selfish desire to control, but rather loving directions for our good and ultimate satisfaction. But is there a unifying whole in and beneath Jesus' many commands? In this workshop, we'll probe the meaning and motivation of what Jesus demands from the world in connection with the good news of his person and work.

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  5. Psalm 36 | Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian Church

    We are a family of Christians. By God’s grace, we have come to know the Lord Jesus Christ as the only one who can rescue us from the guilt and power of sin.

    The good news of Jesus Christ crucified and risen; fuels our worship, inspires our service, and stirs us to share the good news of the gospel with all around us.


    —Huffduffed by joelloughridge