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"Ye are complete in Him, which is the Head of all principality and power."
- Colossians 2:10
 
In all of human history there has been but one perfect person, our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ. All the qualities of heart were holy and properly balanced. He was in every respect what God had intended all men to be.
 
In all of human history there is also but one perfect achievement, the atonement for mankind through the suffering and death of Jesus. It satisfies every demand of divine justice.
 
The righteousness which is ours through faith is perfect in every respect. No further sacrifices are necessary. We need add nothing to . . .

"Ye are complete in Him, which is the Head of all principality and power."
- Colossians 2:10
 
In all of human history there has been but one perfect person, our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ. All the qualities of heart were holy and properly balanced. He was in every respect what God had intended all men to be.
 
In all of human history there is also but one perfect achievement, the atonement for mankind through the suffering and death of Jesus. It satisfies every demand of divine justice.
 
The righteousness which is ours through faith is perfect in every respect. No further sacrifices are necessary. We need add nothing to make it more complete and more acceptable to God. In language which is as forceful as language can ever be, God says, "Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."
 
God has set aside a supply of resources adequate for every experience and task in life. In prayer He has given us our checkbook. Let us draw freely on the resources which become ours through believing prayer.
 
Christian friends - we must accept our completeness in Christ. We have been raised with Him. But we claim these rights by giving up our right to be self-sufficient. Then we become spiritually alive, forgiven, and free.
 
Cast your futile efforts down,
Down at Jesus' feet;
Stand in Him, in Him alone,
Gloriously complete.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - True freedom is not choosing our way but accepting God's way. 

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