Being with Christ in the school of prayer.
The free, complete, everlasting forgiveness of all one’s sins.
Being able to call one's self a Christian, a follower of Christ.
Freedom from the guilt of being a non-Christian who served the devil.
A new outlook on life in the Christian church.
The forgiveness of our sins in a complete forgiveness.
Salvation's forgiveness of our sin restores us entirely again to the love of God
Forgiveness is also the introduction to all the other blessings of redemption
Redemption's forgiveness frees us from the bonds of fear and selfishness.
Redenption's forgiveness becomes the power of a new life
So we can restore our guilt and shame from being a sinner.
To build our testimony to share with sinners the love of God.
To understand fully the danger of uncofessed sins.
So we can build our strength and power to resist temptation.
The memory encourages us to go in faith to confess our new sins for day-to-day forgiveness.
God's continual love for his children.
Overcoming the mastery of Satan over mankind.
The fall of heavenly angels who turned against God.
The social order in an unsaved world.
God's fulfillment of his promises to mankind.
The Old Testament laws of animal sacrifice.
The demand by God for a pure sacrifice to atone for sins.
The new Testament fulfillment of the Old Testament law of sacrifice.
The purity and sinlessness of Jesus Christ the perfect sacrifice for sin.
All of these answers A, B, C, and D apply to Hebxrews 9:22.
The Lamb of God who died on the cross for you and me
Our geat stress and anxiety looking forward to punishment for our sins.
The ignorance of the Jews who curcified Jesus.
Overcoming Roman law which really carried out the crucifixion.
None of the answers A, B, C, or D is correct.
To come to Jesus.
To follow Jesus.
To come to Jesus and to follow Jesus.
To confess To confess our sins.
To live a life of holiness.
In spite of our failure to do so, forgiving would be best.
Forgiving one another is possible if we are strong enough.
Our Christian forgiveness are to be like, have the same love, bring about the same effect as the forgiveness of sins by Christ.
Forgiving each other results in a great feeling,
Forgiveness produces a height of meaning for the idea of forgiveness.
Something is tarnished, ruined, and dishonored.
There is a loss of close fellowship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
A loss of many of the blessings of the normal Christian life.
Loss of production of good works which are a major source of approval and reward in the plan of God.
All of these A, B, C, and D are correct.