John Thomas





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Ground Zero (The Thrilling ...
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Creeds and Confessions of t...
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Silo Saga: Waking in Hell
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Elpis Israel
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Little Kingdom Builder  - A...
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“Therefore, we certainly do good works, but not so that we merit anything by them. For what could we merit? But rather we are more and more bound to God for good works (if we do them), not God to us. For God is He Who “works in us both so that we desire, and also so that we work, according to His gratuitous goodness.”
John Thomas, Creeds and Confessions of the Reformed Faith

“Therefore our righteousness is Christ Himself, Who imputes all His own merits to us. Truly faith is the instrument by which we are bound to Him in fellowship and the communion of all His good works, and also preserved in the same, to the point that all those, having been made ours, are more than enough for the absolution from our sins.”
John Thomas, Creeds and Confessions of the Reformed Faith

“And so, we presume nothing whatsoever on account of ourselves or any of our merits, but having been supported only by the obedience of Christ crucified, we thoroughly acquiesce to it, so that when we believe in Him it becomes ours. Again, this alone is abundantly sufficient both for covering over all our iniquities and also for rendering us safe and secure against all temptation at the same time.”
John Thomas, Creeds and Confessions of the Reformed Faith



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