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Romans 8:1 says, “There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.”
John 3:17-18, "For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved. (18) He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Begotten Son of God."
Do you know the difference from being convicted of God's Spirit, or condemned by the devil? Are you having a hard time realizing the purpose of being convicted of God, and or being condemned by the enemy the devil? Tune in and find out what Kel & Drew have to say on this topic by dialing 310-982-4274. Also, you can leave your comments in our chat room via BTR, or our site http://www.neatchat.com/?id=cb21b798604273e3c10f995b9b2df52d or on our FB Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/nhisimageman/
Before Chris McArdle, 28, founded Absolutely No Condemnation Ministries, he was facing death's door with terrifying trips to the hospital ER. Chris struggled with alcoholism which nearly killed him. Not long ago, his father who became saved and sober, passed away. Chris's consumption of alcohol progressed from recreational use to a dangerous "euphoric-like" escape. Soon alcohol became necessary for daily function in his successful sports radio career. Sober today, Chris is overjoyed by how Jesus Christ's love rescued and restored him from the deadly grip of alcoholism. Based in Anoka, Minnesota, Chris travels the country candidly and passionately telling others struggling with substance abuse: there is freedom from addiction and absolutely no condemnation in Christ Jesus. What was his turning point? Join us and invite others for a powerful conversation. Host: Nicole D. Hayes.
Join Lawmaster Sunday at 10:00am right here on blogtalkradio to hear the word on the condemnation. Questions-of-Interest: 1) Romans 8:34 - Who is he that condemneth? 2) Malachi 3:8 - Will a man rob God? I have considered the question (1Samuel 20:32): What hath he (the defendant) done? and that question is tantamount to this: what commandment, law, etc. has he (the defendant) broken? The defendant has broken these commandments: 1) Ecclesiastes 12:13: fear God, and keep his commandments (on the strength of the first statement given in Ezekiel 18:20 and the word of the LORD spoken to me in Joshua 1:18, the penalty for breaking the Ecclesiastes 12:13 commandment is death); 2) Amos 4:12: prepare to meet thy God; 3) Jonah 1:6: call upon thy God; 4) 2Kings 2:16, Matthew 7:7 and 8: seek thy master; seek, and ye shall find: he that seeketh findeth; 5) Hebrews 13:17: obey them that have the rule over you; 6) Proverbs 22;22 and 2Corinthians 6:10: rob not the poor, because he (God) is poor, yet possessing all things; 7) Mark 12:17: render to God the things that are God's; 8) Deuteronomy 27:10: obey the voice of the LORD thy God, and do his commandments and his statutes, which I command thee this day; 9) Revelation 19:10: worship God; 10) the defendant has not kept the Acts 23:9 directive: let us not fight against God; and 11) the defendant has not fulfilled the Genesis 31:16 injunction: whatsoever God hath said to thee, do. Conclusion: (John 9:24) - This man (the defendant in this episode) is a sinner.
"When Jesus Raised Himself up, He said to her, Woman, where are your accusers? Has no man condemned you? She answered, No LORD! And Jesus said, I do not condemn you either. Go on your way and from now on sin no more" (JOHN 8;10-11)
"There is therefore now NO CONDEMNATION (No adjudging guilty or wrong) for those who are In CHRIST JESUS, who live and walk not after the dictates of the flesh, but after the dictates of the Spirit". For the law of the Spirit of LIFE (which is in) CHRIST JESUS ( the law of our new being) has FREED me from the law of sin and death. (ROMANS 8; 1-2)
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Why is it that we find ourselves feeling condemned. How do we handle those times of darkness that grip us and act as if they will never let us go. Whats going on? Today on Ulanda Live we will talk about the pain of condmenation thta creeps up on us at times and causes us to feel unloved by God, and rejected by Christ.
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Most of us struggle with a sense of our own imperfections, wrestle with failures, and often don't feel within that we are deeply loved as we are. On the large scale, this plays out in political ideology and personal theogoly that judges and condemns others. We think that religion has to be closed minded, bigoted and homophobic. This is not true!
The message of Universal love speaks only of freedom, a place where we experience NO condemnation--and it is grounded in the experince of Christ, so no Christian can speak honestly while condemning another. Real spiritual freedom is internal AND global!
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