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Man's need of forgiveness; repentance and dependence on the work of Christ the only way; the Scriptural meaning of heart; the non-Christian view of life; men alive to God; men dead to God; hardness of heart explained; the gift of God; new life in the re-birth.
Our need to be washed clean; the essence of the Christian faith; Ezekiel looks forward to Pentecost; the power of the Holy Spirit; energy from God; the action of God alone; the Spirit in salvation and sanctification; a glimpse of the beauty of holiness.
The danger of detracting from the glory of God; salvation brings man back to where he was; God's marvellous method of salvation; our need for cleansing and spiritual understanding; a holy nation; a peculiar people; the people of God.
The new revealed in the old; the question of our guilt; the plan of salvation; the results of salvation; man in a state of famine; intellectual and moral activity declines without God; modern man is amoral; the heart is starved.
Salvation is a whole that consists of many parts; the errors of the cult; belief only; and not profound truth; when man sees God he sees himself and his condition for what it is; when a man sees his own foolishness; we re all full of sin; antagonists of God; a desire for holiness.
The perfection of the Christian salvation; God's action to remove sin; the exact opposite of what man thinks; the temple in the soul; the temple is ruined and sacked by sin; sin leads to loneliness and confusion; the Gospel that undoes the effects of sin.
The benefits of repentance; this modern age is an unproductive age; our need to examine ourselves and the state of our consciences; sin takes sex out of its context; alcohol and gambling as further examples of the unproductive age; the final reckoning; the land needs to be cleansed before it can become productive again.
Sin is ultimately an attack on God and His glory; sin pollutes and perverts us; the effects of the fall done away with; when God saves it is clear that He has done it; the signature of God in salvation; all the work of grace; no man shall claim salvation of himself.
The Incarnation in prophecy; God always intervenes when the situation seems hopeless; King Nebuchadnezzar's dream and its interpretation; the characteristics of the kingdom; the kingdom in the Church; The King who reigns.
Two wrong views about the Bible; a preview of history; man in history; his true nature revealed; the prophecy of Daniel examined; the beast destroyed; the kingdom of the Son of Man.