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Asking Jesus Into Your Heart by Dennis Rokser

 

Salvation Compared

 

Confession

 

Water Baptism

 

Calvinism

 

Who Am I

 

The Issue of Sin

 

Parable or Literal by Ivan Burgener

 

Death Came to all Men, Because All Sinned

 

God's love changes lives

 

God's goal accomplished by William C. Rebmann 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Following video presents a Biblical look at the Doctrine of Substitution. Was Jesus merely a substitute or was He something more? Did He really become sin for us? Why do Believers still die if Jesus was our substitute? Check out the video below for the answers to these questions.

Questions about Salvation

Doesn't Revelation 3:20 teach that we have to ask Jesus into our heart for salvation?

Romans 10:1,9,13

Does not active sin, or future sins cause us to lose salvation?

What is the doctrine of Substitution?

 


 

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