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Posted by Eric Clark on October 27, 2003 22:13:28 UTC


I, as your fundamentalist type as I understand you, do want you to know that though our speaking from our hearts may appear to be self-righteous to those that hear the words, we, fundamentalist types, will readily tell you that we are not righteous of ourselves, no not one. But having come into a personal relationship of the lover of our souls, we have put on His righteousness through complete trust in Him for what He did on the cross. When our Father looks upon us, He nolonger sees our fithy rags, but the pure righteousness of His only begotten Son with which we are clothed.

Can the liberty we have in Christ make us appear self-righteous ? Indeed, especially when we faulter and do not allow His Holy Spirit to guide our walk with Him.

Love you brother and I know you may need patience. I pray I can give you what I have.
I don't have much without Him from whom I receive it. Love to you. Ypur brother, Eric.

Who is generally unwilling to accept rational thinking ?
Was I Samuel 15 rejected outright ?
Withoput accepting ANY thinking -rational or otherwise. If we want to sling the self-righteous word around, I thinkl everyone would eventually be covered with the mud.

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