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Proverbs 9:17-18 Stolen waters are sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant. But he knoweth not that the dead are there; and that her guests are in the depths of hell.
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"I believed in once saved always saved", says the greedy of heart and sinful "professing Christian". Sin is Death-Darkness- "The wrath of God!"

*THE LORD'S BANNER*

HOLINESS-PEACE!__If the Son therefore shall make you free {from sin}, ye shall be free indeed. (John 8:36) Then said Jesus to those ...which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, {to be holy..free from this worlds lust and love for it} then are ye my disciples indeed; (John 8:31)
For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh: But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God. (Romans 2:28-29) But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. (John 1:12-13)"THE ONLY JEW GOD LOVES"
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Expiate SIN!

 

[John 1:29The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which “taketh away” the sin of the world.

[1st John 4:10Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation [expiate- a way to take away sin-guilt-to sin no more] for our sins.[guilt-being a criminal against God’s righteousness, His truth.]

[Hebrews 7:26For such an high priest [Jesus the Christ] became us, who is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and made higher than the heavens;

Jesus doesn’t hob nob in life with willful disobedient professing sinning Christians who have another gospel, an invented 21st century Jesus, and another way. You are cursed!

 

Propitiation means “a way made: a means of; available route; of transferring from the highway of constant sinning [lies] to the Highway of constant Holiness [God’s truth] standing in Christ and His word as He says it pleasing God the Father. Christ has nothing to do with the highway of sin other than providing a bridge, in his blood and his death, for one to “come out [over] from among them and be not partakers of sin” to find life and joy in serving the Lord in Holiness.  “Repent! Sin no more!”

 THE DICTIONARY SAYS;

Expiate:      

 

Function:verb

Inflected Form:-ed/-ing/-s

Etymology:Latin expiatus, past participle of expiare to “atone for”, “purify”, from ex- 1ex- + piare “to appease”, “atone for” * more at PIOUS

 

transitive verb 

1 obsolete   : “to put an end to” : “cause to die out” *somewhat to expiate their savage fury— Thomas Adams*

2 obsolete   : “to purify with sacred rites” : “CLEANSE” *he lustrated and expiated the city— Thomas Stanley*

3 a : “to extinguish the guilt incurred by” : “make propitiation for” *trying to expiate by justice and mercy the dark deeds of his bloodstained youth— Charles Kingsley*  b : “to pay the penalty” for *the casual offender expiates his offense in the company of defectives— B.N.Cardozo*  c : “to make amends for” *sought to expiate their failures by adding a few sprigs or posies— Lewis Mumford*

4 : “to ward off by sacred rites” : AVERT *disaster shall fall upon you, which you will not be able to expiate— Isa 47:11 (Revised Standard Version)*

intransitive verb   : “to make expiation” *we are willing enough to repent, but the Higher Law requires that we expiate— W.L.Sullivan*

 

Propitiation:

Function:noun

Inflected Form:-s

Etymology:Middle English propiciacioun, from Late Latin propiation-, propitiatio, from Latin propitiatus (past participle of propitiare) + -ion-, -io -ion

 

1 : the act of propitiating, appeasing, or conciliating

2 : something that “appeases or conciliates a deity” : ATONEMENT;  specifically   : the self-sacrifice and death of Jesus Christ to appease divine justice and to effect reconciliation between God and man

(to appease justice for God to turn from righteous wrath, was not to exact payment, nor substitute a penalty, life for a life nor sin for sin, past or future, but a willing sacrifice of obedience, which Adam failed to do, remain obedient. Sin enacted a curse, death upon all men, a spiritual separation from God, with His wrath abiding on sinners, by disobedience to His word. Gen 3:1-8 listening to lies and lusting-wise in their own eyes, not seeking God to obey!

 

Old Testament has an account of lambs being the daily sacrifice for sins to just cover, atone, for the guilt not being able to remove, atone, the guilt from the conscience.  The world at that time was still under the curse of God’s forth coming wrath upon mankind for rebellion against Him but in Israel God had set a means to have fellowship with His people in Holiness [obedience to His word] and whosoever came to be a part of it until the time of “reformation in Christ”. Heb 10:4, 6)

 

Reformation

 

Function:noun

Inflected Form:-s

Etymology:Middle English reformacion, from Middle French reformation, from Latin reformation-, reformatio, from reformatus (past participle of reformare “to reform”) + -ion-, -io -ion

 

1 : “the act of reforming or state of being reformed”: as  a obsolete   : “RESTORATION”, “REESTABLISHMENT”  b : “improvement in form or condition” *urging a radical reformation of society*  c : amendment of moral behavior *satire lashes vice into reformation— John Dryden*  d : “correction or improvement of what is faulty, defective, inefficient, or objectionable”  e : “the correction by a court of equity of errors and mistakes in or arising out of the execution of a written instrument to make the instrument conform to the real intention of the parties thereto”  

(John 3:16-21)

 

Conciliating: Main Entry:con£cil£i£ate

Pronunciation:k*n*sil***t usu -*d.+V

Function:verb

Inflected Form:-ed/-ing/-s

Etymology:Latin conciliatus, past participle of conciliare “to bring together”, “unite”, “gain”, from concilium assembly, council * more at COUNCIL

 

transitive verb 

1 : to gain (as goodwill or favor) by pleasing acts

2 obsolete   : ACQUIRE, WIN, GET

3 : to “make compatible” : “cause to be in accord” *it is hard to conciliate the views of labor and management on this point*

4 : “to win over from a state of hostility or distrust” : “gain the goodwill or favor of” : MOLLIFY, PROPITIATE, APPEASE *he conciliated her mother with shy signs of good blood and breeding*

intransitive verb   : “to become or try to become friendly” : “make friends”

[GOD's friends are those who come and bow down to Christ to serve God in spirit and in truth to be holy, righteous and perfect without guilt in their conscience no more sinning. they aren't confessing they sin every day in word, thought and deed but being holy everyday in word, thought and deed leaning on the word of
God to sin no more.]