What God Begins… God Finishes

Tense   Free from sin’s when Doctrine of
past I have been saved penalty-by his death  Romans 3:21-24         dominion-by my death Romans 6:3-7      When I receive Christ Justification
pesent I am being saved power-by indwelling Holy Spirit Romans 8:2-14 As I walk in the Spirit Sanctification
future I shall be saved presence-by redemption of my body  Romans 8:22-25 When I get a new body Glorification

Romans 8:29For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the likeness of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers. 30And those he predestined, he also called; those he called, he also justified; those he justified, he also glorified.

Man, do you know how hard it it to get an excel sheet to fit on WordPress?!?!?! Hard!!!!

Any questions?

It might help us to look at this when we are going on about our lives, living in the same sin over and over, not feeling like we are moving towards the Father, being conformed to the Son, filled with the Holy Spirit.

We are forever, as long as we are on this earth, being conformed, changed.

Walk in the Spirit, stay in the Word, honor and worship your Lord. Be renewed and joyful-at all times.

Blessings, Kristina

5 responses »

  1. one of my favorite lesson to our students in a small group setting is to teach them about the “being” saved part. i still remember when that hit me the first time. it was as if God told me to stop worrying about my salvation so much, it is continual.
    ~~amen that it is, that God works it all out in me, cuz i would do my best to screw it up!!

  2. okay, first, AWESOME post!

    right when i saw the graph i thought, how in the world did you get that on here??

    many kudos!
    ~~thank you, Sorry I havent been commenting on your blogs questions, still under the weather, i might still get to them.


    P.S. Amen to God doing all the work! Isn’t He good all the time???

  4. This is also one of my VERY favorite things God does. It sure takes the pressure off of us to “get people saved”, or to “do enough”

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