From a Secular, Profane Use to an Uncommon, Sacred Use

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From a Secular, Profane Use to an Uncommon, Sacred Use

“Just like it was the case with the first man Adam who wanted to be God apart from God, many who profess to be Christians involve themselves in Christianity without Christ.” Join Dr. Annie Smith in this classic teaching and be transformed as you listen.

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The Apostle Paul exhorts us to live soberly and righteously. His use of the term “righteously” is not in reference to a status but rather to a manner of life, a set of activities that emanate from us. This is not to negate the fact that God has made us righteous, but to explain that this righteousness does not merely imply a status but the revelation of the activities of God in us, influencing our character.

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From a Secular, Profane Use to an Uncommon, Sacred Use

From a Secular, Profane Use to an Uncommon, Sacred Use

From a Secular, Profane Use to an Uncommon, Sacred Use

“Just like it was the case with the first man Adam who wanted to be God apart from God, many who profess to be Christians involve themselves in Christianity without Christ.” Join Dr. Annie Smith in this classic teaching and be transformed as you listen.

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