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It Is God That Justifieth - cover

It Is God That Justifieth

Ock Soo Park

Publisher: (주)기쁜소식사

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Summary

The Online Bible seminar was hosted on May of 2020, as on-site services and conferences became difficult due to COVID-19. With its surprisingly enthusiastic response, sermons were translated in 26 different languages and being televised to possibly 1 billion viewers worldwide through 248 broadcasting stations in 94 countries. The sermons from the eleven sessions, totaling about 990 minutes and receiving countless comments, is now a published book.

Faith does not refer to a devotion of heart nor to give effort to accomplish something. It refers to accepting the works which Jesus did for us. Jesus was crucified on the cross, and He has already washed away our sins. Unfortunately, there are still many Christians bound to sin saying, “Lord, I’m a sinner. Please forgive me of this sin.” 

This book points to many scriptures in the Bible which testify the truth that Jesus has already taken care of our sins, forever. And it explains how we became righteous forever. Using extensive and deep knowledge of the Bible as the basis, this book explains spiritual life in a precise manner, causing people to automatically proclaim, “Ah, I truly understand!” Within the pages of this book, you will discover the vast and deep love of God towards you, and the amazing grace God has bestowed upon everyone. You will also come to discover just how blessed and glorious of a new creature God has made us. Readers will be filled with happiness, as if they discovered the treasure in the field.

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