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Love Worth Finding - Aug. 26, 2012

  • 2012 Aug 26
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August 26

Perfect in His sight

“Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin.” - Romans 4:8

God has imputed His righteousness to every believer. That means that instead of your sin being on your account, it is His righteousness instead. Not only has He forgiven us. Not only has He covered our sins. But He gives us His righteousness.

I fail, but God will not impute that to me. If God were to impute sin to me, then when I fail I would be lost again. How much sin would it take to make me lost? Just one-half of one sin.

You see, I’m not going to heaven because I’m perfect. I’m not perfect. You’re not perfect. No one is perfect. But we have received Christ as our righteousness. And in His eyes, we are perfect.

Stop now and thank God for imputing to you His own righteousness. 

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