Below are a series of questions to help you see the Bigness of Gods Indescribable Gift! My hope in sending this out is that you will if you have not already start a journey – The Only Journey that really matters actually, which is never ending – Just like His Love for you!

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The Christmas Questions and a bonus if you make it through!


Why is reconciled past tense when talking about believers?


What does reconciled mean?


Since it means we are made a part of God again – does that mean that God has sin in Him?


What justified you?


Was it partial justification or complete?


Were you redeemed by Christ?


If so please find the passage that shows how you became un-redeemed and why?


What exactly happened by the life, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus?


Did He finish he job He was sent to do?


What laws are you now under and could you show me that in the Bible?


How do you know which parts of the Bible to interpret literally and which ones are figurative?


If the law was already in place before He came, what did He change?


Does your church allow divorced people to come to the service?


If so do you allow them to remarry in your church?


Didn’t Jesus say that was adultery?


What is the “new creation” we become at the moment we accept Christ?


If you are no longer under the law, why do you judge others?


What was the purpose of the miracles of Jesus?


Why did Jesus tell the woman caught in adultery to “go and sin no more” if He knew that was impossible?


When you accepted Christ “all things” became new, does that include the law?


What is the real purpose of the law?


What does it mean to be under Grace?


What makes you truly grateful is it a future hope of paradise or is it life right now regardless of your circumstances?


Where did the sinners prayer come from?


Would you be willing to look at 7 questions and scripture with an open mind?


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