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Is it really true that what Jesus has accomplished for us on the cross is enough?
Or do we need to add our own works of righteousness to the equation?
IT’S TIME FOR AN UPGRADE.
Receive the revelation that will enable you to get of the hamster wheel of religion and enter into true rest for your soul.
Experience His shalom (peace) through a revelation of the gift of His righteousness.
Follow in the footsteps of Paul, the great apostle.
He considered his own righteousness (which comes through the law) poo (excrement).
In other words, it stinks.
Paul no longer wanted to have anything to do with it.
Instead, he embraced the gift of righteousness—
“the righteousness which is from God by faith.”
And what does Paul say is the outcome of growing in this revelation of His righteousness? Knowing God in experience.
Not just knowing about Him.
But knowing Him.
Knowing Him who is Peace.
Knowing Him who is Love.
The revelation on these pages is spiritual dynamite.
Receive it with an open heart and see it powerfully transform you from the inside out.

YOU HAVE

HIS

RIGHTEOUSNESS

A Revelation That Will

Flood Your Life With God’s

Peace and Joy

ALBERT ELISHA OBERDORFER

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A collection of short reflections on the topic of

righteousness.

“Yes doubtless, and I count all things but loss

for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ

Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the

loss of all things, and do count them but dung,

that I may win Christ, and be found in him, not

having a righteousness of mine own, even that

which is of the law, but that which is through

faith in Christ, the righteousness which is from

God by faith: that I may know him, and the

power of his resurrection, and the fellowship

of his sufferings, becoming conformed unto

his death ...”

- Paul, the apostle (Philippians 3:8-10,

American Standard Version)

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I pray the revelation on these pages may lead

you into an encounter with Him, who is our

King.

The King of Righteousness.

Jesus Christ, the Righteous.

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A REVELATION OF THE

KING.

RIGHTEOUSNESS.

His righteousness.

A revelation of His righteousness ought to

lead us into an encounter with Him.

With Him, who is the King of Righteousness.

Melech Zidkenu.

It ought to bring us to a posture of worship in

our hearts.

Where we begin to worship our King.

Him who is full of glory.

Grace and glory.

It ought to make us bow down before Him and

start to thank Him.

For His unspeakable gift of righteousness.

The righteousness that we have received from

Him is not a righteousness of human making.

That is why Paul was so univocal about it.

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He calls any righteousness of human making

s_it.

Poo. (Philippians 3:8)

Excrement.

It is odorous.

So when we come before the King of

Righteousness to worship Him, we dare not

bring our own righteousness before Him.

We worship Him in the beauty of His holiness.

And in that encounter, we will receive

transformation.

A revelation of His righteousness will lead us

into encounters that will transform us.

It will bring peace into our lives and enable us

to reign with Christ.

It will take us off the hamster-wheel of

performance.

And put our feet on solid rock.

The Lord Jesus Christ.

He is our righteousness. (1 Corinthians 1:30)

Eternally.

He was the lamb that was slain before the

foundation of the world. (Revelation 13:8)

For our righteousness.

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When we are

in Christ, His

righteousness

is imputed to

us.

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CONTENTS

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A REVELATION OF THE KING. 5

1 RIGHTEOUSNESS AND

RELATIONSHIP. 13

2 WORKS RIGHTEOUSNESS. 17

3 THE GIFT OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. 19

4 IMPUTED RIGHTEOUSNESS. 25

5 BEWARE! 29

6 THE WORD OF FAITH. 35

7 WHAT THE FATHERS OF FAITH

KNEW. 39

8 KEEP YOUR JOY ON! 43

9 IT IS EITHER-OR. 49

10 THE BLESSEDNESS OF DAVID. 53

11 BE THANKFUL. 59

12 THE EFFECT OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. 63


13 THE HORSE OR THE CART? 67

14 SHARING THE GOOD NEWS. 73

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Before God formed these

mountains, he already provided

a ransom so He could have a

relationship with us.


1 RIGHTEOUSNESS AND

RELATIONSHIP.

THIS IS the purpose of imputed righteousness,

Christ’s own perfect righteousness that is

credited to our account.

Relationship.

When Adam and Eve ate from the tree of the

knowledge of good and evil, it alienated them

from relationship.

That’s why to restore us to relationship, God

needed to provide a ransom.

“The lamb of God that was slain before the

foundation of the world.” (Revelation 13:8)

The foundation for that relationship is the

righteousness that we have received as a gift.

It is not our righteousness.

It is His righteousness that is credited to us.

This is why we who have His righteousness can

call ourselves blessed.

Paul, the great apostle, understood this so

clearly.

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This tree is dangerous.

It can alienate you.


In Philippians, Paul tells us clearly and

univocally that the basis for knowing Christ

experientially is Christ’s righteousness.

It is not our righteousness.

It is His righteousness.

Paul says, all these things that he did before to

be righteous before God, he counts as dung so

that he may be found in Christ,

“Not having mine own righteousness, which is

of the law, but that which is through the faith

of Christ, the righteousness which is of God

by faith;

That I may know him, and the power of

his resurrection, and the fellowship of his

sufferings, being made conformable unto his

death ...” (Philippians 3:9-10)

There is no power in self-righteousness.

The one who takes a posture of selfrighteousness

in the heart is alienated from

God.

We see that so clearly in scripture.

And that is the mystery.

The tree that alienates from God is the tree of

the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil.

Good can alienate us from God as much as

evil.

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“If it is of works, it is

no longer grace.”

16 It’s all about the mindset.


2 WORKS

RIGHTEOUSNESS.

YOU GET what you deserve.

Wages.

It all depends on your performance.

“Moses describes the righteousness which

is of the law saying, the man who does those

things shall live by them.” (Romans 10:5)

It is about doing right.

There is nothing special about it.

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Can this message of

righteousness be true?


3 THE GIFT OF

RIGHTEOUSNESS.

“FOR IF by the one man’s offense death

reigned through the one, much more those

who receive abundance of grace and of the

gift of righteousness will reign in life through

the One, Jesus Christ.” (Romans 5:17)

The righteousness that we receive from God

is a gift.

It cannot be earned or deserved.

That is the mystery.

It can only be received.

So how do we become good receivers then?

When we learn to discern between selfrighteousness

and the gift of righteousness.

The gift of righteousness will always point us

to Jesus.

It will make our hurts burn within us.

Like it was with the disciples on the way to

Emmaus.

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“If it is by grace, then it

is no longer of works.”


When Jesus appeared to them and “expounded

to them in all the scriptures the things

concerning himself,” their hearts were burning

within them. (Luke 24:27, 32)

He must have talked to them why the Christ—

He Himself—needed to suffer and rise again.

So that He then could impute His righteousness

to us!

Self-righteousness is always about what we

can do.

It makes us focus on ourselves.

But when we have a revelation of the gift of

righteousness, it will cause us to focus on the

giver of righteousness.

On the provider.

On the source.

Jehovah-Zidekenu.

The Lord-Our Righteousness. (Jeremiah 23:6)

On Jesus Christ—the Righteous—who

imputed righteousness to us when we believed

in Him.

The word ‘impute’ means that He provided

righteousness to us.

The law demands it from us.

To show us that we do not have it.

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He chose us in Him.


That we are guilty.

So that we then look for someone who can

provide it for us.

And hopefully, find Jesus.

Who provides righteousness to us.

“Who chose us in Him before the foundation

of the world, that we should be holy and

blameless before Him in love.” (Ephesians

1:4)

Through our own performance?

Far be it.

Through His most precious unfathomable gift

of righteousness.

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He became sin so that

we might become the

righteousness of God in

Him.


4 IMPUTED

RIGHTEOUSNESS.

“HE MADE Him who knew no sin to be sin

on our behalf, so that we might become the

righteousness of God in Him” (2 Corinthians

5:21)

Jesus was made sin.

He didn’t merely carry our sins.

He was made sin.

So that we might be made the righteousness of

God in Him.

Being has to do with our nature.

Everyone can do good.

Everyone can do righteous deeds.

But that doesn’t make a person yet to be

righteous in the sight of God.

So that we could be seen righteous in the sight

of God, God had to change our nature.

Through what Christ has done for us.

This means that when we are in Christ, we

have become a new creation.

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We are a new creation in Him.

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We no longer belong to the old Adamic order.

We belong to a new order.

A new species.

A new creation.

That is why Paul says,

“If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature.

Behold, old things have passed away, all things

have become new.” (2 Corinthians 5:17)

What Christ did for us on the cross was identify

with our old Adamic nature.

The sinful nature that we inherited from Adam.

When He was made sin for us and died, Jesus

took that old Adamic nature to the grave.

When He rose from the grave, He rose as a

new creation.

So when we are in Christ, we are a new

creation.

A new species.

We are the righteousness of God in Christ.

Wow!

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Don’t let them bite you!


5 BEWARE!

PAUL TELLS us to be cautious of people who

peddle a form of self-righteousness.

He calls them,

“Dogs,”

“Evil workers.” (Philippians 3:2)

In this particular case, it was people who

tried to convince believers in Christ that they

needed to get circumcised if they wanted to be

righteous in the sight of God.

Paul does not mince words when he expresses

how he feels about them. He says,

“As for those agitating you, I wish they

would proceed to emasculate themselves!”

(Galatians 5:12, Berean Study Bible)

Cut the whole thing off.

Wow!

But why does Paul feel like that?

Because he knows about the damage that selfrighteousness

does.

It alienates believers from the wonderful

workings of the Spirit of God.

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Who has bewitched you ...?


It alienates them from Christ.

Behind all this is a witchcraft spirit.

That’s why Paul says to the Galatians,

“O foolish Galatians! Who has bewitched

you that you should not obey the truth, before

whose eyes Jesus Christ was clearly portrayed

among you as crucified? This only I want to

learn from you: Did you receive the Spirit

by the works of the law, or by the hearing of

faith?” (3:1-2)

The Galatians were in danger of going back to

self-righteousness.

This seems to be a common tendency in new

believers.

They begin in the Spirit, and then they

come under teachings that emphasize selfrighteousness.

All the things they should do to be right with

God.

When, in fact, it is Christ who has brought

them into right standing with God in the first

place.

But now they are told, “To keep your right

standing, you need to do all these things!”

When, in fact, doing all these things in the first

place could not bring them into right standing

with God.

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Self-righteousness will bog you down.


Only Christ’s gift of righteousness could.

Paul is very outspoken about this issue.

When you go through Paul’s writings, you

will notice that this topic ‘self-righteousness

versus the gift of righteouness’ comes up over

and over again.

In his writings, Paul gives us many angles and

a host of revelations on this issue.

So that we who are more mature, can safeguard

younger believers so that they do not

fall into this trap.

And if they have fallen into it, we can help

them to get out.

And we can keep ourselves out of this miry

clay of self-righteousness that would drown

us into self-efforts and dry performance-based

religion.

Focusing on Christ’s performance on our

behalf and the wonderful unspeakable gift of

righteousness keeps us in the right place in the

Spirit.

The Holy Spirit will back us up if our faith is

in Christ.

He will not support works of self-righteousness.

He will leave us struggling in our own strength

until we come to the point when we place our

focus on Christ once again.

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She is ready to hear ...


6 THE WORD OF FAITH.

THE WORD of faith is the word of Christ.

To have faith imparted to us, we need to hear

the word of Christ.

The Good News!

We need to hear what Christ has done for us.

The message of the cross.

“We preach Christ crucified,” Paul says. (1

Corinthians 1:23)

Why?

Because it will impart faith to the hearers.

No one can believe unless they have heard the

word of Christ.

It is His faith (Christ’s faith) that saves us.

Faith does not originate from man.

Faith originates from God.

So that people can believe they need to have

heard the word of Christ.

This is what Paul says in Romans,

“And how shall they believe in Him of whom

they have not heard? And how shall they hear

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Listen ... to the right stuff.


without a preacher?” (Romans 10:14)

But that is not all.

The preacher also needs to be a sent-one.

That’s why Paul continues,

“And how shall they preach unless they are

sent?” (Romans 10:15)

In other words, preachers need to be Spiritfilled

to make an impact.

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Papa!


7 WHAT THE FATHERS OF

FAITH KNEW.

THE FATHERS of faith knew something.

I mean people like Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and

David.

They knew that when it comes to fulfilling His

promises, God is faithful.

But God needed to bring them all to the end of

trusting in themselves.

He needed to show them that in the end, it is

not about man’s ability, but God’s ability.

That it is not about man’s faithfulness, but

God’s faithfulness.

So when it comes to the issue or being right

with God, God needed to show them that this

was His work.

Not man’s work.

Man cannot make himself right with God.

Only God can make man right with Him

(God).

This is the lesson that all the Fathers of faith

learned in their walk with Jahwe.

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They are not friends.


That He is faithful and that it is He who make

man right with God.

God commends people like Abraham for this.

He credited Abraham’s faith for righteousness.

God provides righteousness.

He is Jehovah-Jireh.

This is the lesson that Abraham learned on

mount Moriah.

And this is the lesson that we are learning too.

We reign in life when we learn to

“Receive an abundance of grace and of the

gift of righteousness” (Romans 5:17).

Thanks be unto God for His unspeakable gift

of righteousness.

He is our Jehovah-Jireh.

So why should we need to worry about the

rest?

“He that spared not his own Son, but delivered

him up for us all, how shall he not with him

also freely give us all things?” (Romans 8:32)

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One of the best things to do in adverse

circumstances is to keep your joy on. The devil will

always want to try and steal your joy. Don’t let him.

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8 KEEP YOUR JOY ON!

IMAGINE PAUL sitting in a dungeon in

Rome.

It’s dark.

Damp.

Cold.

He hasn’t eaten for days.

A ray of sunlight feebly struggles down

between the crumbly prison walls.

Paul writes,

“Rejoice in the Lord!” (Philippians 3:1)

As if to make sure that his readers understand,

he repeats a little while later,

“Rejoice in the Lord always.” (Philippians

4:4)

And again,

“Again I will say, rejoice!” (Philippians 4:4)

In the whole letter, Paul keeps saying “rejoice”

seven times.

And why?

Why should believers be happy?

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Joy in Christ will never run out.


That’s why.

Paul tells us,

“For we are the circumcision, who worship

God in the Spirit, rejoice in Christ Jesus, and

have no confidence in the flesh.” (Philippians

3:3)

We are the ones Christ has already circumcised

in the heart. (See Colossians 2:11)

We rejoice in Christ Jesus and have no

confidence in the flesh.

Our trust is in what Jesus has accomplished

for us on our behalf.

We trust in His gift of righteousness.

And stay away from doctrines that promote

self-righteousness.

Because these doctrines will ultimately cause

believers to lose their sense of joy.

But if we are beware, we can keep our joy on.

This joy in Christ will never run out.

It will never run dry.

We only need to keep reminding ourselves

and keep drinking from the river of joy.

A joy that is based on what Christ has done

for us.

We have overcome because He has overcome!

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Laughing is a highly spiritual activity.


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Is the lamb good enough?


9 IT IS EITHER-OR.

IT IS EITHER we try to make ourselves

righteous, or we receive His gift of

righteousness.

It is either-or.

It’s like trying to looking in two directions at

the same time.

We can’t do that.

So either we look to ourselves—our

performance—or we look to Jesus.

We look at His performance.

In the past, when people brought a lamb to the

high priest, the high priest examined the lamb.

He did not examine the person who brought

the lamb.

He carefully checked the lamb.

Whether it was fit to be offered.

Today, we look to Jesus.

He is the Lamb that took away the sins of the

world.

So now His righteousness is imputed to us.

It is a gift.

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We should not be looking at our performance

and also at Jesus’ performance at the same

time.

This would be confusing the issue.

It is either-or.

Not both.

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We need to make sure we get our bearing right.

We look to Jesus for our righteousness.

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The revelation of the gift of

righteousness and worship go

hand-in-hand. Revelation will lead

to worship.

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10 THE BLESSEDNESS OF

DAVID.

DAVID had this amazing revelation.

He knew that righteousness is from God.

It is God’s gift to us.

That is why he could say,

“Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven,

whose sin is covered.

Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not

impute iniquity ...” (Psalm 32:1-2)

David says,

Happy is the man whose transgression is

forgiven.

Full stop.

To impute means to put on someone’s account.

God’s righteousness has been credited to our

account.

In other words, our righteous standing before

God is the result of God’s gift to us.

He made us righteous with Christ’s

righteousness.

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Righteousness is a gift.


Once and for all.

The writer in Hebrews puts it like this,

“By one offering He has perfected forever

those who are being sanctified.” (Hebrews

10:14)

We have received the gift of righteousness.

Now, God is working in us and is sanctifying

us.

This is also His work.

He is Jehovah-M’Kaddesh.

The Lord, our sanctification. (Leviticus 10:8)

But the fact remains: we have been made

righteous—once and for all.

Christ’s righteousness has been credited to our

account.

Our sins are forgiven.

Not were.

Or will be.

They are forgiven.

The Lord does not impute sin to us.

Not: did not impute sin to us.

And not: will not impute sin to us.

No. He does not impute sin to us.

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Friends.


Period.

Full stop.

This is why we can be exceedingly happy.

Happy—indeed—is the man to whom the

Lord does not impute sin.

Like Paul.

The Roman dungeon could not stop him from

being happy.

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We have a reason to be thankful—always!


11 BE THANKFUL.

WHEN WE ARE thankful about something,

we feel uplifted.

We feel strengthened.

Energized.

There is power in being thankful.

The more we understand what Jesus has done

for us, the more we will be able to be thankful

for it.

And that thankfulness will release more and

more positive energy into our lives.

No wonder, Paul instructs us,

“In everything give thanks; for this is the will

of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” (1

Thessalonians 5:18)

And,

“Thanks be unto God for His unspeakable

gift!” (2 Corinthians 9:15)

It is impossible not to be overwhelmed with

joy and thankfulness when we think of Christ’s

gift of righteousness.

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I love you!


That He should make us perfectly righteous

before the Father.

By what He has done.

And not by what we have done.

We are merely recipients of this gift.

But then this gift starts to work in our lives.

It begins to transform us.

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Keep looking at the fact that you have been

made righteous by Christ’s righteousness.

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12 THE EFFECT OF

RIGHTEOUSNESS.

THE EFFECT of His righteousness is holy

living.

That is why Paul says,

“Awake to righteousness and do not sin.” (1

Corinthians 15:34)

What kind of righteousness does Paul refer to?

The gift of righteousness.

His—Christ’s—righteousness.

The more we awake to His righteousness, the

more we can overcome sin in our lives.

We need to know that we are righteous by

Christ’s righteousness.

This empowers us to stop sinning.

In other words, Paul is saying, “Know that you

are righteous by Christ’s righteousness! So

stop acting out of line with this truth.”

We are not sinners saved by grace.

We were sinners.

But now we are in Christ.

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You are a saint of the most high God.


Now we are the righteousness of God in

Christ. (2 Corinthians 5:21)

Now we are saints.

His people.

A holy nation.

A royal priesthood. (1 Peter 2:9)

Children of the most high.

Sons and daughters of God.

Beloved of God, called to be saints.

We were sinners before.

But now we are sinners no longer.

The more we see ourselves how God sees us,

the more the power of the Holy Spirit can flow

through us in a greater measure.

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The horse is before the cart.


13 THE HORSE OR THE

CART?

WHAT comes first?

The horse or the cart?

It is important to get the order right.

Isn’t it?

Otherwise, if you put the cart before the horse,

you won’t get anywhere.

We have been made righteous by Christ’s

righteousness.

Christ made us righteous.

He made us to be the righteousness of God in

Him.

Because of that, our nature has changed.

We no longer have a sinful nature inside of us.

Sin can still tempt us from the outside.

Satan still tries to inject us with some sinful

thoughts that can lead to sinful actions.

He even tries to make us believe that these

thoughts are our thoughts.

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In Christ, we are the righteousness of God.

What an amazing gift!

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When, in fact, they are from him.

He is a cunning fellow.

Yet, the fact is that when Christ’ died for us,

was buried for us, and rose again from the

dead, He dealt with our sin nature.

He nailed it to the cross.

He became sin, and then nailed that sin nature

to the cross.

Then He rose again.

As a new creation.

So in Him, we are now a new creation.

We have that sin nature no longer.

Satan still tries to work in us, and he does,

to the degree that our mind (our old way of

thinking) is not yet renewed.

But in the core of our being, in our spirit, we

no longer have that sinful nature.

It is gone.

So to get back to our topic.

To be able to live holy lives, we need to

continually remind ourselves who were are.

We are no longer sinners.

We are saints who have been made righteous

through Christ.

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Period.

Full stop.

Because of that, we will be able to host God’s

presence more and more, and His refining fire

will cleanse us more and more.

Because of that, we will be able to sin less and

less in our lives.

So to get back to our analogy.

The horse is the gift of righteousness.

We then do righteous deeds (we behave

righteously) because we have been made

righteous already through Christ.

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His refining fire cleanses us.

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Reconciliation involves 2 parties.


14 SHARING THE GOOD

NEWS.

ONCE WE have a revelation of the gift of

righteousness, it will spur us on to share this

news.

Because it is good news.

We preach the good news (the gospel) of

peace.

That God in Christ has reconciled the world

to himself.

In other words, God has turned His face to

man.

Because God in Christ paid for the sins of the

whole world.

God is now not counting men’s sins against

them.

(This is spiritual dynamite!)

He has reconciled the whole world to himself.

But reconciliation is not a one-way process.

It involves 2 parties.

So now God is sending us out.

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“Go into all the world and preach the

gospel to every creature.” (Mark 16:15)

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We are ambassadors for Christ.

Now, God is sending us out with a message of

reconciliation.

We tell people—anybody who wants to hear

it —

“Now, it is your turn.

Turn to God because God has already turned

to you.

God already has demonstrated His love for

you.

By giving His only son Jesus Christ to pay for

your sins.

He was just.

But on the cross, He—the just—paid for you—

the unjust—so that you could be reconciled to

God.

Now, be reconciled.

Now it is your turn to turn to God.

Receive the forgiveness of sins that Christ has

already provided on the cross.

Be baptized, and you shall receive the gift of

the Holy Spirit.

You will be a new person.

You will receive a new life.”

This is our message.

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It is good news.

And once we have a revelation of this good

news, we will want to go and share it with

others.

There will be nothing that can stop us.

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Today—as in the Book

of Acts

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HOLY SPIRIT

ACCOUNTANT

AND THEY ALL

BEGAN TO SPEAK

IN OTHER TONGUES

18 Exiting

Personal

Testimonies of

How Believers

Received the

Holy Spirit

Like in Acts

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"And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began

to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance."

Speaking in Tongues Is an

Accompanying Sign, It Is

Supernatural, and It Is for

All— Yes, You Too!

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DO ALL

SPEAK IN

TONGUES?

"I thank my God, I speak in tongues more than you all."

- Paul, the apostle

SPEAKING

IN TONGUES

“He who speaks in an unknown tongue edifies himself.”

Yes and No

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The Gateway to the

Supernatural

The Gateway to the Supernatural

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WHAT REALLY

IS THE GOSPEL?

GETTING

SALVATION

RIGHT

The Gospel You Need to Preach

to See Real Conversions

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IT’S ADAM’S

YOUR

FAULT

The Gospel You Need to

Preach So That People

Will Want to Listen to You

and Not Run Away

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What Do You Say and Do

When You Bring People

to the Lord?

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The Goodness of God

Leads to Repentance

JOYFUL

CHANGE

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YOU HAVE

HIS

RIGHTEOUSNESS

BEWARE

OF DOGS!

A Revelation That Will

Flood Your Life With God’s

Peace and Joy

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Paul’s Astonishing

Revelation in Philippians 3

That Will Protect Your Soul

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THE LAW

KIL S

Why You Should Stay

Away From Law, and Fully

Embrace God’s Grace

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BE

HAVE

SIMPLY

UNDESERVED

DO

Know Your Identity, Discover

Your Inheritance, and Do by

His Spirit

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A MANUAL FOR DOING LIFE

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How to Live by God’s Favor

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WORKING

MIRACLES

WITH GOD

TRANS-

FORMATION

THROUGH PAIN

How God Will Transform

You So He Can Use You

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How God Uses Your

Setbacks and Sufferings

to Transform You Into

Someone Beautiful

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SAY IT!

Speak the Word

to yourself—it is

powerful

Speak the Word

to Yourself ALBERT ELISHAOBERDORFER It

Is Powerful

SAY IT

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You Have His Righteousness: A Revelation That Will

Flood Your Life With God’s Peace and Joy.

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