Man On Cross Salvation Is Of God Norman Oetker.. English Class Reynosa Mae Hong Son Thailand Mexico St. Charles Missouri Hmong Missionary

 Our Atonement-Salvation Is Complete And Entire Through God’s Design.  MEO L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary "The Light Amidst the Mong/MEO" Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.

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November 2008 Norman Oetker English Class Reynosa Mexico Missionary

 

  • Our Atonement-Salvation is complete and entire through God’s design.  

  • Through the Atoning work of the Cross, through God’s Incarnate "Jesus," Man’s Atonement, Man’s "Salvation," is a complete. Christ Atoning Work Was Unto God, The Father, For Sin’s Of The World.  

  • The Atonement was made to God the Father. The work of the ‘Cross,’ is to the Father. Man has no part in the Atoning work of the Father.

  • Man cannot complete the ‘Atonement/Salvation’ within their own lives.

  • If man could could complete ‘God’s Atonement’, he would be equal with God.

  • The reference of Phil 1:6 is not talking about the Atonement.

  • The reference of 2 Peter 1:4, the devotional comment is taken out of context. The Atonement stands alone to the ‘Father.’

  • "Jesus Atoned."

  • A finish work of ‘Grace.’ Man Benefits’.

  • The devotional implies that ‘Salvation’ is continual.

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  • This is error.

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  • The ‘Atonement’ was complete in itself. There is no additional work of God to be done in a person life to complete the "Atonement, Man’s Salvation."   

  • 2 Cor 5:17 States the ‘Atonement’ is complete, not a continual work in one’s life. The writer is in error in his implication.

  • Eph 1:3  God’s ‘Atonement, man’s Salvation’ by Grace is complete.

  • Heb 2:3 God’s completed ‘Atonement, Man’s Salvation.’

  • The author’s statement that…’God is trying to complete man’s ‘Atonement, his Salvation’ is in error.

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  • The ‘Atonement is complete.’

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  • Again, the writer is is incorrect, in stating that God’s ‘Atonement, man’s Salvation’ is a continual work, and is trying to complete it within one’s life.

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  • The ‘Completed Atoning Work of the Cross, was to the Father.’

  • The benefits- of this completed work- are available to all.

  • Again, the saving work of God, is not done, in a continual process within one’s life.  "The Atonement is Complete."

  • Finally, Heb 13: 20-21 is taken totally out of context, this, and other comments within the devotional imply that, ‘man additional actions are required, to complete the Atonement, man’s salvation, within their lives.

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