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On the one hand forgiveness is being saved from hell and made right for heaven, but what else does it mean? Compared with the miracle of forgiveness of sin, sanctification is slight. Based on this what is sanctification? Should we look on Jesus as a martyr?
Why should we guard against self-chosen service to God? If most of us live consciously serving and being consciously devoted to God, which is an immature stage? What marks the mature stage? What is the theme verse for November 16th?
Why is it essential to give people a chance of acting on the truth of God? If God is going to use you, why does he take you through a multitude of experiences? What do we need to learn concerning the aim in life, who does it really belong?
The book assignment for November is You’ll Get Through This, by Max Lucado [Kindle Edition available for $9.99] Here are the questions for this book: According to Lucado, why did Joseph’s brothers hate him, and not speak peaceably to him? On the road to Egypt what had Joseph been stripped of? What did JJ Jasper tell his…
If the salvation of God does not stand on human logic, where does it stand? What will happen if we have no faith? According to Chambers, if we love the Lord, what will we do?