TOPIC INDEXJustification (1100)
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  1. Jesus does not put us on trial and make us pay for our own sin, but he, himself, is put on trial in our place.
  2. We worry about the fact our days are as grass – so we try to scratch out a place for ourselves, to make a permanent, lasting place, to climb to higher places and succeed, more often than not, only to hurt each other in the process.
  3. Both Paul and Martin Luther were Olympic champions when it came to ladder climbing.
  4. God excludes our boasting out of his abundant mercy.
  5. Make no mistake, sinners are in fact being pursued by a most hideous beast called sin, death, and the devil, unleashed and striking continuously.
  6. If you sit where Joseph sits, then you also face the choice that Joseph faced. Do you respond with vengeance?
  7. The God who abundantly restores is still in the business of total restoration, even today. Even now the God of heaven restores dead sinners to life.
  8. Every part of Jesus’ encounter with Mary Magdalene in John 20 was incredibly intentional and personal for God to systematically redeem what was lost.
  9. In the Church, the cry is, “He loves,” and it is that message which transforms our worldviews from taking to giving, from radical individualism to trans-demographic inclusivism, from selfishness to selflessness, from “tolerate my rights” to “loving rightly together.”
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