Ignoring the Gospel
Death and judgment are inevitable for every single one of us. While some try in vain to justify themselves through good deeds and moral behavior, others prefer to ignore the inescapable by simply covering their eyes and plugging their ears. The apostle Paul, however, taught that there is a righteousness by faith that is both authentic and accessible to all. You can be certain of what lies ahead—and confident in facing it—by trusting Christ as your Lord and Savior.
Topics: Assurance of Salvation, Christ as Lord, Faith, Judgment, Security in Christ
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