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Observe , He asks that all those for whom He pleads may be " one , as we are , ” because He knew , and the Father knew , and He would have us know that the safety of the Church consists in union with Himself . Adam was not in union and ...
There is a threefold union between the Lord Jesus Christ and His Father , and He will have a counterpart to each of them in the union between His people and Himself . This subject is very deep . If the Spirit of God would only shine ...
Union is still His theme - union with God and with Himself and in Himself — this alone can satisfy His great love and travail for us . " That they all may be one ” ( v . 21 ) ; “ that they one in us ” ( v . 21 ) ; " that they may be one ...
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This book is brilliantly written, doctrinally right, and insightful as any book ever proffered on the seventeenth chapter of John. Rainsford's "Our Lord Prays for His Own" is a true masterpiece of devotional and expository literatrue. It is a must read for any serious disciple of Jesus Christ. Volledige review lezen
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