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who gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself His own special people, zealous for good works. Titus 2:14

Whoever does not accept the plan of God for salvation loses greatly.  Not being redeemed from all iniquity and purified of all sin, this person will be attacked by the forces of evil all through life.  During Jesus’ days on Earth, He expelled demons from the oppressed, and as they were delivered they were also healed from many evils.  The same thing happens still today!

When the material world had not yet come to being, God the Father, God the Son and the Holy Spirit (1 John 5:7), who together are one and perfect decided to create all things.  This mission was entrusted to the Son – the Word of God, the living Word (1 John 1:1,14), who carried it out with mastery and perfection.  None of His wonders require adjustments or corrections.  The redemptive work of salvation He carried out at Calvary needs no correction or changes either.

The epitome of creation happened when God created man in His image and likeness.  Now, everything that the Most High did was good.  However, when man obeyed the suggestion of Satan, he fell into temptation and sin and the divine plan was almost frustrated.  Nevertheless, the love of God prevailed and His Son, renouncing His glory came to redeem the human being who until then was condemned to eternal suffering.  Jesus did not fail!

This redemption is valid and true for those who receive Christ as Savior.  After being saved, if a Christian sins, he must soon confess his error to be forgiven and take up his walk again with God.  However, if he does not, he will be sent before the Court of the Lord and when he dies he will be condemned.  It is far better and worthwhile to walk free from condemnation!

When someone accepts the salvation offered by Jesus, there begins a process of the second birth, and this gives them the power to become son of God.  For this to happen, three steps must occur: a) repentance, b) baptism in the waters, c) baptism in the Holy Spirit.  Undoubtedly, the devil will tempt any and all to return to the past under his dominion.  But those who remain firm in their decision for the Savior will be saved.  It is possible to live like He lived, persevering in faith. 

The saved were purified by the blood of Christ to be His special people.  The secret to not return to the kingdom of evil is to be zealous of good works, dedicating to doing the divine will. The power to do the same works as Jesus is possible as we believe in the Word, following its instructions.  Being obedient, we will please the Lord in every sense, and consequently we will delight in Him (Psalm 37:4).

Let the Spirit of God purify you. Just have faith and believe in the revelations of the Most High in the Scriptures.  Then you will neither stumble nor fall.  To walk in the Spirit is the way to not give in to the desires of the flesh and to live like Jesus lived, going to all places and healing those oppressed by the devil. 

In Christ, with Love, 

R. R. Soares

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Oh, Lord! Thank You because Your Son redeemed us from our iniquities. This blessing delivered us to be free from our sins and enables us to call You our Father, and not be condemned! 

Our redemption is irreversible.  Even with the devil tempting us each day, if we persevere in our faith in Jesus, keeping vigil and praying, we will never return to the kingdom of evil.  It is good to live in the freedom that Christ delivered us to!

To know that we were purified by Him who is Holy fills our heart with joy.  Therefore the enemy will not punish us.  We are the people zealous of the good works that carry out Your will.  We will never be put to shame!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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