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Does Jesus come through the bible quickly for people?  Or does it take time?  Does Jesus clean us up right away?  Or does it take months yea years.  For me it took less than 2 years to fully repent I fell back into sins after that but it was a start to a committed faithful life that would last and Jesus kept me from stumbling.  What if we sin?  We have an advocate but how long should it take?  Is it different for all types of people?  Are all people different.  How long is too long? 

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Christ and only Christ 

It is that saving relationship with Jesus that everyone will want that will save us in the end.

That saving relationship has been giving to humanity by God through Jesus Christ.  Everyone will be saved except the wicked.

Aramaic Bible in Plain English reads:

2 Corinthians 5:19 For God was in The Messiah- he who reconciled the universe with his Majesty, and he has not accounted their sins to them and has placed in us our own message of the reconciliation.

See, no one can save himself.  God has already saved us, but there’s an order in our salvation.

1 Corinthians 15:23 But each in his own turn: Christ the firstfruits; then at His coming, those who belong to Him. 24Then the end will come, when He hands over the kingdom to God the Father after He has destroyed all dominion, authority, and power.…

Amen, I like that Aramaic rendering. I also like the Rotherham version for much of the Word, especially research, but I generally use KJV for everyday use, especially E.W. Bullinger's Companion Bible. One of my posts was for the Companion Bible link for free access and download.

Here is the link for the Companion Bible, they are in separate PDFs. You will need the free Adobe Reader from to view the PDFs:

And here is the link for the Appendixes of the Companion Bible:

"" target="_blank">*JatY4guInl2*7n/BullingerAppendix_to_Companion_Bibleb.pdf__The Appendix link is not pasting correctly? It's in the public domain, well worth getting.

Look at my post for links here and click on the PDF in the first reply after the topic;
There is Bible verse sbout this.

EXODUS 23 verse 20 to 28

THE FATHER empowers Jesus His son
And they drive oit our enemirs from the lands of our soul gradually little by little. Not all st once lest we be consumed....

Thus durrender is a process of time. Daily but the salvation growth in Jesus tkes time.


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