Man Helped God In Salvation? Norman Oetker English Class Reynosa Mae Hong Son Thailand Mexico St. Charles Missouri Hmong Missionary.
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- Our Atonement-Salvation is complete and entire through God’s design, Not Through The Help Of Man.
- Through the Atonement work of the Cross, through God’s Incarnate ‘Jesus’, Man’s Atonement, man’s ‘Salvation,’ is a complete, and an entire work of God’s ‘Grace.’ Grace is God’s Favor Towards Man.
- The Atonement was made to God the Father. The work of the ‘Cross,’ is to the Father. Jesus’s Sacrificial Death was For The Sin’s Of the World. Man has no part in the Atoning work of the Father and to the Father.
- Man cannot complete the ‘Atonement-Salvation’ within their own lives.
If man could could complete ‘God’s Atonement’, he would be equal with God.
- The reference of Phil 1:6 is not talking about the Atonement.
- The reference of 2 Peter 1:4, the devotional comment is taken out of context. The Atonement stands alone to the ‘Father.’ "Jesus Atoned."
- A finish work of ‘Grace.’ Man Benefits.
- The devotional implies that ‘Salvation’ is continual. This is error.
The ‘Atonement’ was complete in itself. There is no additional work of God to be done in a person life to complete the "Atonement, Man’s Salvation."
- 2 Cor 5:17 States the ‘Atonement’ is complete, not a continual work in one’s life. The writer is in error in his implication.
- Eph 1:3 God’s ‘Atonement, man’s Salvation’ by Grace is complete.
- Heb 2:3 God’s completed Atonement, man’s Salvation.
- The author’s statement that…God is trying to complete man’s Atonement, his Salvation is in error. The Atonement is complete.
- Again, the writer is is incorrect, in stating that God’s Atonement, man’s Salvation is a continual work, and is trying to complete it within one’s life.
- The Completed Atoning Work of the Cross, was to the Father. The benefits- of this completed work- are available to all.
- Again, the saving work of God, is not done, in a continual process within one’s life. "The Atonement is Complete."
- Finally, Heb 13: 20-21 is taken totally out of context, this, and other comments within the devotional imply that, man additional actions are required, to complete the Atonement, man’s salvation, within their lives.
- This Is in Error The Atonement-Salvation for man was complete In Jesus’s death on the Cross, Jesus Atoned to God For the Sin’s of the World.
Man Help God In Salvation? Norman Oetker English Class Reynosa Mae Hong Son Thailand Mexico St. Charles Missouri Hmong Missionary.