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INSTE I:2 FYM Wk 10

Saved and Sanctified

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Titus 3:5-7 He saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth & renewal by the Holy Spirit, whom he poured out on us generously thru Jesus Christ our Savior, so that, having been
Titus 3:5-7 (continued) justified by his grace, we might become heirs having the hope of eternal life.
Expiation To cover (Hebrew) The merciful hiding of man from the wrath of God.
Propitiation To make favorable. Jesus Christ paid the price for our sin. He took away the wrath of God toward the sinner (me).
Reconciliation The result of expiation. Personal: The cancellation of the distance between God and man. Judicial: God has absorbed the moral deficit of man in His Son.
Redemption Cancels the debt of sin. Jesus paid our debt.
Grace The unmerited favor of God
Repentance A sincere and complete change of mind concerning sin; to turn from sin and toward God.
Repentance includes: Conviction of sin; true sorrow for sins committed; admission of guilt in confession to God; reformation of one's life
Faith includes: Personal trust in the Jesus Christ as Savior; mental assent to the Truth; consent to and acceptance of a moral obligation
Justification To be forgiven of our sins; to be declared innocent by the Divine Judge; To be accepted into the favor of God
Regeneration The implantation of spiritual life in man; Is instantaneous & complete; first step toward sanctification; The secret & inscrutable work of God, which man cannot directly perceive. As humans, we can only observe the effects of regeneration.
Adoption Reinstates us into God's family; God disciplines us, comforts us, provides an inheritance for us
Justification is a change in relationships therefore we are righteous
Regeneration is a change in nature therefore we are sons & daughters
Sanctification is a change in lifestyles therefore we are saints
Sanctification is both progressive and immediate
As a result of the resurrection we are Saved (Rom 10:9); Born again (1 Pet 1:13); Justified ((Rom 4:25); Alive/Eternal life (John 14:19)
Born again Dead to sin, but alive in Christ (Rom 6:4)
Sanctification is 1) Instantaneous (changed into a saintly worshiper; 2) Progressive (continues through the live of a believer; the H.S. molds our character in the image of Jesus
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