ACTS OF REDEMPTION
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To be saved is to be authorized to enter the program of redemption.
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Acts of Redemption
Forgive our sins totally for all time, provided we obey Christ in all matters.
Are designed to ultimately remove from us every trace of the sinful nature, including all spiritual and physical bondages.
Form our character in the image of Christ.
Bring us into untroubled rest in the Center of God’s Person and will.
Teach us how to live, move, and have our being in the Spirit of God.
Fill us with the Fullness of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Give us a desire in our body, soul, and spirit for iron righteousness, fiery holiness, and stern obedience to the Father.
Clothe us with an immortal body from Heaven that is free from all sinful motivations.
Rewards That Result From Redemption
A position in Christ at the right hand of God for eternity.
Eternal placement as a pillar in the Tabernacle of God.
Participation in the first resurrection.
The salvation of our loved ones.
People for our inheritance.
Rulership over the works of God’s hands.
The farthest reaches of the earth for our inheritance.
A role in the Kingdom of God.
The environment of Paradise.
Invulnerability to the Lake of Fire.
Eternal love joy, and peace.
The removal of all painful memories.
The Purpose of Redemption
We are redeemed in order that God’s original fiat may be carried out and His plans and purposes for His Kingdom implemented.
An act of redemption takes place when that which has been lost through forfeiture, force, or trickery has been restored to the rightful owner.
God is in the process of redeeming man from the bondage of the enemy.
To be wholly available for God’s Kingdom purposes, man ultimately must be wholly redeemed.
The Divine fiat is that man be in God’s image, both in character and outer form.
The Divine fiat is that man be capable of union with God and other people.
The Divine fiat is that man govern the works of God’s hands and be under subjection only to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The Divine fiat is that man multiply the image of Christ throughout the universe.
In order to totally fulfill the Divine fiat, every saved human being must be totally redeemed. This may require ages of time, as we measure time.
This is the meaning of it all—that God may be glorified and pleased as the eighteen roles and tasks of the Kingdom of God are performed.
I suppose we always imagined we have been redeemed for our own sake. This is not possible. We never were the original owner.
It is God who originally owned what the devil stole by trickery. It is God who paid the price of redemption that God might regain what originally belonged to Him.
18 Roles and Tasks of the Kingdom
To be a member of the Bride of the Lamb (Revelation 21:9)
To be part of the Temple of God (Ephesians 2:22)
To be a member of the Body of Christ (I Corinthians 12:12)
To be the light of the world (Matthew 5:14)
To be a part of the vehicle for the end-time revival (Isaiah 60:1,2)
To be a restorer of Paradise on earth (Romans 8:21)
To be a source of eternal life and healing for the nations (I Corinthians 15:45)
To be a member of the royal priesthood (I Peter 2:9)
To be a witness of God (Isaiah 43:10)
To be salt (Matthew 5:13)
To be a son of God (Revelation 21:7)
To be a brother of Jesus Christ (Romans 8:29)
To be an overcomer of the accuser (Revelation 12:11)
To be a governor of the nations (Revelation 2:26,27)
To be a soldier in the army of the Lord (Joel 2:11)
To be a judge of men and angels (I Corinthians 6:2,3)
To be a wall of defense around the Glory of God (Revelation 21:14)
To be a part of the revelation of Himself—God in Christ in the saints (Revelation 3:12)
(“Acts of Redemption”, 3599-2)