1. If sin is only a matter of “doing,” then “undoing” and/or “redoing” would serve as the equivalent savior necessary to find redemption.
  2. I am told that it is preposterous and wicked to call the Son of God a cursed sinner. I answer: If you deny that He is a condemned sinner, you are forced to deny that Christ died.
  3. We're ALL sinners in need of a Savior. We're all saints whose Savior forgives ALL our sin. We're all the same in relation to Christ crucified for the sin of the world.
  4. They were righteous, but they were righteous because God declared it so. Just like us.
  5. It may seem like a radical statement, but in Christ Jesus, there’s nothing wrong with you.
  6. All God's fatherly goodness and mercy is concrete and real, born of a virgin, crucified for our trespasses, raised for our justification.
  7. Our past, present, and future receive healing from Jesus’ wounds.
  8. In honor of the anniversary of Philip Melanchthon’s Birthday, the following is an excerpt from Meeting Melanchthon written by Scott Keith (1517 Publishing, 2017).
  9. John’s message doesn’t inspire religious leaders to repent. Instead, John’s message provokes them to resentment and rage.
  10. Consider the word, “salvation.” It comes from the same root word as salvage.
  11. On this day, the church remembers all the saints who have gone before us.

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