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The Judgment of the Believer's Sins (John 5:24)

The Judgment of the Believer’s Sins (John 5:24)
In the above verse, our Lord tells us that a believer “shall not come into judgment.” Our sins were judged in Christ on Calvary, and every believer “has passed from death into life” (v. 24). This is present salvation. Christ paid for our sins. He was judged in the believer’s stead. The believer will not come into judgment because
(1)   Jesus Christ paid the penalty. On the grounds of His substitutionary death, the believer is separated from his sins forever (Ps. 103:12).
(2)    The sins of the believer have been blotted out, and God has promised that He “will not remember your sins” (Is. 43:25).
(3)    Our Lord suffered for our sins, “the just for the unjust,” that we might be saved and never come into judgment as sinners (1 Pet. 3:18).
(4)    The believer will never be condemned by the world because Christ was condemned in his place. “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us” (2 Cor. 5:21). Christ was made a curse for us on the cross, and “has redeemed us from the curse of the law” (Gal. 3:13). “He has appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself” (Heb. 9:26). The believer will not come into judgment, because his sins have been purged (Heb. 1:3).

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Came across Prophecy Being Fulfilled for all humanity to listen and take heed. Was looking for something else I met his teaching yesterday I decided to listen I felt the Holy Spirit for the first time began to speak in tongues glory to God. In Jesus’s name, I pray for all people of U. S. A. to open their eyes and to Be Good to One Another. Open your Bibles and listen to the Truth and Not man.

One of the Ten Commandments tells us not to have any other gods before Almighty God… but our nation is serving many gods. What would America be like if we obeyed the Ten Commandments? There would be a revival of holiness. The Ten Commandments are not recommendations; they are binding. They are God’s blueprint for success.