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Title: The Love Is More Than Great
Theme: Christmas in Romans
Passage: Romans 3:21-28
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Speaker: Perry Paulding Date: Dec 28, 2014
"Long lay the world in sin and error pining." Romans 3 tells us that God did what we could not do: Restore the world to righteousness. God put forward Jesus to show God's righteousness — to give us access to himself. To overcome the darkness of this sinful world. That righteousness is fully demonstrated at the cross, which fully satisfied God's love and wrath.
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