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Salvation from the Penalty of Sin

Author's Bias: Interpretation: conservative

Salvation from the Penalty of Sin

Thus the gift of the Holy Spirit, as God promised in the New Covenant (Isa 59:21; Ezek 36:25-28), becomes an agent of sanctification.

The Holy Spirit sanctifies by washing the heart and renewing the mind (Tit 3:4-7).

The Holy Spirit sanctifies by assuring the Believer of the indwelling presence of Jesus Christ (Acts 16:6-7; Phil 1:19; 1 Pet 1:11).

The Holy Spirit sanctifies by helping the Believer understand the Scriptures (1 Cor 2:10-16; Eph 3:3-6).

The Holy Spirit sanctifies by attesting to the reality of Believer's faith, brands the Believer as a property of God's, and guarantees his inheritance in the future completion of salvation (2 Cor 1:21-22; 5:5).




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