“Therefore the redeemed of the LORD shall return, and come with singing unto Zion; and everlasting joy shall be upon their head:
they shall obtain gladness and joy; and sorrow and mourning shall flee away” (Isaiah 51:11).

In Conclusion

Only One Authentic Word - Conclusion

by David Norris
Only One Authentic Word - Part 1
Only One Authentic Word - Part 2
Only One Authentic Word - Part 3
Only One Authentic Word - Part 4
Only One Authentic Word - Part 5
That we may find life in His Son, and walk aright, God has given us the Bible. He has watched over it with infinite care down through the years. In the Authorised Version God speaks to us in English, infallibly, reliably, with absolute and irresistible authority.

The Christian faith is not something we add to our way of life. It is in itself a totally different way of life. It is not simply an 'insurance policy' for the hereafter, whereby we make a down-payment in this life. We leave the rule of one lord, Satan, to be taken over by another Lord, Christ Jesus. We become His alone. There is no area of our life, He does not claim as His.
Following the Lord Jesus is not an alternative way of life, it is the only true pathway. There can be no other. All other roads lead to the fires of eternal damnation.

Repentance is not simply saying sorry for all the wrong we have done, it is to see the burden of sin roll from our back at the foot of the Cross, not to take it up again, but then to strike out in the opposite direction. Faith is not just a decision to 'accept' Christ, it is to throw ourselves upon Him and to trust Him for cleansing in every area of our lives. We have parted company with sin in our manner of life as well as in our manner of thought. We have received pardon and the power to overcome it, one day to be taken even from its presence. God's holy name be praised. Amen.
David Norris>

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