Only ye shall no go very far away.
~ Exodus 8:28
This is a crafty word from the lip of the arch-tyrant Pharaoh. If the poor bondaged Israelites must needs go out of Egypt, then he bargains with them that it shall not be very far away; not too far for them to escape the terror of his arms, and the observation of his spies.
been chosen by God (Ephesians 1:4) and saved by His Grace
(Ephesians 2:8-9). My payment for life and liberty has been satisfied
(because He has redeemed me as His own) (Ephesians 1:7). God has
changed the way He looks at me and deals with me (Romans 5:10) and I have
been freed from the law of sin and death (Romans 3:23-24).
Equipping the Saints
Every Christian deserves to know that this promise is for him. The doctrines of TULIP are the only logical, Biblical explanation of how lost sinners become eternally secure saints.
These devotions are not meant to be read at one sitting, which will explain the many redundancies you will find.
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