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What laws might you be using that are holding you in a prison from living fully and freely now and continuing on with life into eternity? Anything making you depressed and discouraged? Diseased? What is your thinking behind these things? Get quiet and ask yourself a few things.

If the things of the world are what determine one's identifiable lifestyle, learn to give it up for the sake of the gift of His righteousness.(Matthew 10:39; Luke 17:33).and for a much better and more prosperous life here and now and an ultimately better reward.

Now what does.'His righteousness' and the whole subject of this thing called righteousness really mean? Does it mean you have to work to become perfect before you can be like the Infinite One, by going to church and doing all the religious things they tell you?

Be thinking.you have the very nature of the Great Infinite One if it is of your heart to bring out this nature into your experience, because harmony just doesn't dwell with inharmony. That's why sin no longer counts, because, how can God dwell with thoughts of low consciousness?.Isaiah 55:8. This way of love ensures Christ is dominant in the heart and not the guilt that alienates one from the Creator:.Romans 11:22.

Guilt is like kicking Christ out of your life. If one has guilt he or she is living with hurts of the past, thus destroying any effective present living environment.
   Guilt replaces the blood of Emmanuel that eradicated all sources of guilt in the past and anything in the present and covers all that could cause guilt in the future. All this is known as the grace of God, which is the favor of the Creator toward us or, God favoring us. He loves us!.Jeremiah 29:11.

Possessing guilt after Christ has cleansed, is like a dog returning to his vomit:.2Peter 2:21,22

Titus 2:14.(He came to redeem us from all iniquity). Many spiritually concerned individuals.(called Christians in the Bible).however, interpret this to mean that He came, died, rose again and gave us His Holy Nature, His Holy Spirit, so we could overcome the faults we possess and work on getting them out of our lives. But, they are already out of our lives as far as how God now looks at us because of the blood of Christ, meaning, why He came to Earth in the first place:.Hebrews 10:12. But, that is spirituality on the one hand and the other is religion. Like why would one continue to eradicate that which has already been taken care of for all time? One has to know his past evils have been looked after by the blood of Christ. To find out if they have do this?

So one can now live in the righteousness of Christ by faith instead of under the regulation of character by law:.Romans 13:10; Hebrews 10:14,17. Law regulates character by controlling actions:.Hebrews 7:19 "For the law made nothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better hope did, by the which we draw nigh unto God.".Implication being, law does nothing to bring one closer to God. That's why all the ancient Mosaic Law was abolished.

Knowing that one is righteous, knowing that one is now of spiritual intent of heart, obviates physical regulations designed for those of the wayward.low consciousness. So, day by day little by little we become more like Him in character of love and grow in favor with others:.Luke 11:3 "Give us day by day our daily bread." 2Corinthians 4:16 "...the inward man is renewed day by day."

Day by day Emmanuel improved as He grew up:.Luke 2:52. So should those on the spiritual road:.1Peter 2:2; 2Peter 3:18; Ephesians 4:14,15.

It is true: He gave us His Spirit and that with His Spirit we can be overcomers of character flaws and gain a great reward. But this is only possible when one proceeds from knowing he is righteous. The Holy Spirit does not flow in one who believes that he is unrighteous.

Christ came to redeem us from all.(past, present and future).iniquity, as has been said earlier here:.Colossians 1:22 "In the body of his flesh through death, to present you.(to the Father).holy and unblameable.(without a flaw).and unreproveable.(unable to be blamed).in his sight." 2Corinthians 5:21 "For he.(God).has made Him.(Emmanuel).who knew no sin, to be sin for us, so that we might be made the righteousness of God in.('in' or 'through' or 'by means of').Him."

Again,.Hebrews 10:26.".....there remains no more.(none other is ever necessary).sacrifice for sins.".Emmanuel Christ's sacrifice was once for all.(Hebrews 10:12), once for all time, once for all people, once for all sins, the past ones and the present and any future ones; your sins, my sins and everyone else's sins. His sacrifice was just that great!.Hebrews 10:10,14

That sacrifice was so great, not only did it redeem us, but it made it possible for God to forever overlook sins we still have:.Hebrews 10:16-20. It was this judgment of the Father, that Christ's sacrifice was so great, that we would be able to be redeemed by it. 

The Creator redeemed those back then in the Old Testament with His judgments too:.Exodus 6:6

Under the old covenant, God overlooked sins from year to year, until it was sacrifice and atonement time again.(*):.Hebrews 10:3,4; Leviticus 16:15-17,22,30,33,34. This was a shadow of a much greater sacrifice to follow:.Hebrews 10:1; 9:15.(notice if you will, that it says 'for sins under the first covenant'). Why?

If His death was insufficient, where would the security for us be?.2Corinthians 1:9,10; Hebrews 6:18,19; Ephesians 1:6.

If His nature of love is your nature, you have no sin as far as God.(whose opinion only counts).is concerned:.1John 3:5; 1John 2:1. Here, all things work for the ultimate good.(Romans 8:28), even your present weaknesses:.Romans 8:18; 1Corinthians 1:25; 2Corinthians 12:7,9,10; 13:4; Hebrews 11:33,34

Hebrews 10:26,27: The reason one would be looking for more forgiveness is because he or she does not believe Christ's sacrifice was good enough for all time. The person has yet to move on from the repentance religion keeps telling us to do each time a sin is detected:.Hebrews 6:1 "Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God."

Paraphrase of Hebrews 10:26,27:.'If you still think you are sinning after you know Christ took away sin, then you will be looking for something to take sin away.(like, if you have done bad, better now do good to atone or balance it).and nothing else exists but that which has already been done by Christ.'

If we are like that, then we are despising.(rejecting, disabling).the mercy shown us:.Hebrews 10:29.

Hebrews 10:29 paraphrased from original Greek:.'Of how much sorer punishment will one think of himself as being worthy.(guilt).when He comes, if he believes that he has trodden under foot the Son of God.(the reasons Emmanuel came, all He is, all He did).and has counted the blood of the covenant, wherein is his sanctification, an unholy thing? This does despite unto the Spirit of grace.(all the Father has given us in Christ). For we will then think of God as, vengeance belongs unto God, I'll be recompensed since I feel as though I'm now worthy of judgement, thus falling into the hands of a vengeful God which is fearful.'

When we realize that we have 'missed the mark'.(original meaning for word 'sin').of the high calling in Emmanuel.(Philippians 3:14), we are acknowledging that we are not deceived about the truth being in us.(2Corinthians 13:5), the truth being that we are still human and as such our weaknesses are 'balanced' by what Emmanuel had come to do:.1John 1:8,10.

When we are willing to continually improve, we can know we have the nature of love of the Infinite One:.1Thessalonians 2:12; 1Peter 1:15; 1Peter 2:9.
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