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By Paul C. Jong

The righteousness of God is obvious. Gods righteousness can't be substituted by means of something. that's simply because His righteousness isn't the same as the righteousness of guy. we have to understand what Gods righteousness is, and we have to think in it. Gods righteousness is essentially assorted from human righteousness. The righteousness of mankind is sort of a filthy rag, however the righteousness of God is sort of a fabulous pearl shining perpetually. Gods righteousness is the fact that is actually wanted by way of each sinner, transcending every age. Our religion within the righteousness of God needs to be person who could be validated within the be aware of fact. Do you think within the righteousness of God that's totally essential in those finish occasions, while the Lords go back is drawing close? do you need to think within the excellent righteousness of God in the observe of fact and meet the Lord? have you met Gods righteousness? you must detect that Gods righteousness is located in Jesus, who labored within the gospel of the water and the Spirit. you need to meet Jesus, who has develop into Gods excellent righteousness, and also you needs to think in Him.

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CONTENTS ► 36 Paul, a Missionary to the Gentiles The baptism and blood of Jesus constitute the gospel in which the righteousness of God is revealed. Jesus had to take upon all the sins of this world until its end by being baptized, He had to shed His blood and die on the Cross, and He had to rise from the dead again. This gospel, where God’s righteousness is manifested, can save all the sinners of this world from their sins. This and nothing else is the righteousness of God that is revealed in the true gospel of the water and the Spirit given by the Lord.

That is indeed the case. Anyone who believes in Jesus properly must have no sin in his heart. Once human beings are born, for them to be saved from their sins, they must receive the remission of their sins by believing in the righteousness of God revealed in the gospel of the water and the Spirit. Those who are born again by their faith in the righteousness of God can overcome the world and live a life that is completely free from the sins of the world. This is also followed by their newly attained rights as God’s children.

The qualification for a sinner to enter Heaven is attained only when he believes that Jesus has remitted away everyone’s sins through His baptism and blood, that is, when he believes in this righteousness of God. The gospel where God’s righteousness is revealed is fair to everyone. God looks at whether or not one believes in His righteousness with his heart. Everyone must therefore believe that Jesus has solved the problem of all the sins of this world through His baptism and blood. Chapter 2 of the Book of Romans is spoken to those who ignore God’s righteousness.

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