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The Dimensions of the Cross, Part 3By John Woodward
|In part two we examined the truths of Romans 6:6-14. Believers are to know that our old man was crucified with Christ, and that we are set free from the authority of sin. Reckoning this spiritual fact as...|
The Dimensions of the Cross, Part 2By John Woodward
|Dimension 2: THE CROSS IS OUR MEANS OF RENEWAL. Not only has Christ died for us, but believers have died with Christ ! This is like the width of the Cross--it reaches every aspect of our nature....|
The Dimensions of the Cross, Part 1By John Woodward
|Many today underestimate the Cross. Why did Christ have to die? Was he just a martyr? A noble example? What does the Scripture mean when it speaks of Christian being "crucified with Christ"? How are we to "take up our cross...|
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How should theology relate to life? The epistles of Paul address this question by their very structure. Notice this pattern: Romans 1-11 are primarily doctrinal; chapters 12-16 are practical. Ephesians 1-3 are doctrinal; chapters 4-6 are practical. Colossians 1-2 are doctrinal; chapters 3-4 are practical. Why did the Holy Spirit inspire this pattern? The key word is "therefore." "I,...
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