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Apart from the death of Christ, sinners get nothing but judgment. So, for example, we totaled our 1991 Dodge Spirit last week, but nobody was hurt. So how did we come to have such a gift for our good? Woe to me if I exult in any blessing unless my exulting is an exulting in the cross of Christ.
And Hezekiah prospered in all his works.” (2 Chronicles –30)Great news! I had a "conversation" this morning with the man holding them hostage, and the Lord moved on his heart. For now, enjoy this 'taste' of the Zambia Reformed Conference.
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If you exult in tribulation because tribulation works hope, you should be exulting in the cross of Christ. That was a gift to me and my family that none of us deserves. And in thanks I bow my head and exult in the untold mercies even of these little material things. If you are a saved sinner, a believer in Jesus, they come through the cross.
If you exult in your weaknesses, or in the people of God, you should be exulting in the cross of Christ. For this reason: for redeemed sinners, every good thing — indeed every bad thing that God turns for good — was obtained for us by the cross of Christ. Every blessing in life is designed to magnify the cross of Christ, or to say it another way, every good thing in life is meant to magnify Christ and him crucified. We are sinners and by nature children of wrath, apart from Christ. Apart from the cross, there is only judgment — patience and mercy for a season, but then, if spurned, all that mercy only serves to intensify judgment. And all boasting — all exultation — is boasting in the cross.
You don't have to say it like Louie Giglio says it (or like Beth Moore says it or like Voddie Baucham says it). Nobody had a more single minded vision for his life than Paul did. Acts : "I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may accomplish my course and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God." Philippians 3:7-8: "But whatever gain I had, I counted as loss for the sake of Christ.