Sunday, October 30, 2016

Catholics, Ortodoxies, Protestants, all-together claps your hand: "death to the Baptists!"


Taken from:

The Protestant Persecutions
July 11, 2005 (David Cloud, Fundamental Baptist Information Service, P.O. Box 610368, Port Huron, MI 48061, 866-295-4143,

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11. This Protestant inquisition was very similar to the Roman Catholic one. The Protestants required that every citizen submit to their doctrine and practice upon pain of death. They required that every citizen become a spy to report on the presence of dissidents. Not only were the dissidents persecuted, so were those who helped them in any way, including those who even failed to report them.

12. Zwingli was a hypocrite in the matter of persecution. He spoke against the Catholics when they persecuted Protestants, but he supported the persecution of Baptists. In his sixty-seven theses against Rome, Zwingli had said: “No compulsion should be employed in the case of such as do not acknowledge their error, unless by their seditious conduct they disturb the peace of others.” Yet, he ignored his own rule and compelled others to believe as he did. The Baptists were not seditionists. They were not trying to overthrow the government. They merely desired to practice their own faith in peace.



Luther also turned against the anabaptists he had once sympathized with. “Sadder yet, Luther reacted with equal violence to the Anabaptists who tried to apply the principle of ‘liberty’ to themselves. Though he knew there were both nonresistant, harmless Anabaptists as well as a radical fringe of social revolutionaries, he condemned all together--favoring a policy of extermination (William McGrath, Anabaptists: Neither Catholic nor Protestant,  

2. In 1529, the imposing DIET OF SPEIRS (Speyer) pronounced the death sentence upon all Anabaptists. This council was composed of both Roman Catholic and Protestant princes and heads of state. They hated each other and did not get along even in this Diet, but they hated the Anabaptists even more! 

[A note on Lutheran Prussia and the Counter Reformation. I am sorry for Douglas Willinger, but The Destruction of Eastern Prussia, the Lutheran Prussia, how not to see in it the judgement of God for the wicked Lutheran massacres of the "ana"Baptists, in alliance with the Catholics, with which Luther and descendents built the religious Lutheran power? To hide the judgement of God under Geo-political and Geo-religious analysis - even if  valid and not manipulated - is a work of men, not of God. Take heed, that no one of those "ana"Baptists is forgotten at the eyes of God
See his blog, which, on the other way, has a lot of very useful historical information:]



3. In the days of King Edward VI of England, Calvin wrote a letter to Lord Protector Somerset and urged him to put Anabaptists to death: “These altogether deserve to be well punished by the sword, seeing that they do conspire against God, who had set him in his royal seat” (John Christian, A History of the Baptists, Vol. 1, chap. 15).

4. Historian John Christian observes that Calvin “was responsible in a large measure for the demon of hate and fierce hostility which the Baptists of England had to encounter.”


Upon the death of Henry in 1547, his young son Edward VI reigned for six years.

1. Edward stopped the persecution against Protestants and even granted pardon to criminals; but the persecution of Baptists continued. At least two Baptists were burned at the stake during Edward’s reign. 


The Protestants who settled in America, though fleeing religious persecution, themselves persecuted Baptists and Quakers and others who differed from them until the time of the American independence and the formation of the United States Constitution. We will give two examples of this.

(etc. etc. follow on the original webpage)

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 We can understand now the Catholic and Protestant Western media silence and the compliance,  on the following facts, with the Putin's and Russian Orthodox church's power because....

"..... they did evil before mine eyes, and chose that in which I delighted not."

Sunday, October 16, 2016
Yarovaya law forces to close American Independent Baptist mission in Russia

Sunday, October 30, 2016
Chosen to damnation: an unconditionally false doctrine.

Already predicted in 2014:

Thursday, May 15, 2014
World wide anti-Baptist (and anti-Protestant) strategy unifies Marxist China and Ukrainian low intensity war.

Sunday, May 18, 2014
Next Counter Reformation mass assassination in Ukraine?


Chosen to damnation: an unconditionally false doctrine.

1 Thus saith the LORD, ....(....)....
4 I also will choose their delusions, and will bring their fears upon them; because when I called, none did answer; when I spake, they did not hear: but they did evil before mine eyes, and chose that in which I delighted not.
 Isaiah, ch. 66.
[my bold and red and enlarged characters.]

14 For many are called, but few are chosen.
Matthew, ch. 22.
[my bold and enlarged characters.]
"I called.... they chose...".

Why do you call if you have already chosen?

Why did those Hebrews choose to not answer to the call of GOD?
To believe that God predestined men to heaven or to eternal damnation, it makes out of God a liar.
It is the business of the Christians, to expose such doctrines of men.

Friday, October 14, 2016
Avoiding the extremes [doctrine]

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Also New Testament to be banished under Yarovaya law???


Edited 19 Oct 2016:

Some of prophecies and scriptures fulfilled by Yarovaya law: 
--->1) 16 And ye shall be betrayed both by parents, and brethren, and kinsfolks, and friends; and some of you shall they cause to be put to death. Luke, ch. 21. [this pertain the aspect of the law which imposes with particular emphasis the collaboration of the citizen in to inform the authorities about transgressors. As the home meeting are the target of the yarovaya law, it means an increase of betrayals among members of the same family] 
---> 2) See point 1): 53 The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law., Luke ch. 12. 
---> 3)12 But before all these, they shall lay their hands on you, and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues, and into prisons, being brought before kings and rulers for my name's sake. Luke ch. 21 [no comment].  

---> 4)10 And the gospel must first be published among all nations. Mark, ch. 13. [being the Gospel the bone of the contention, it is evident that Yarovaya's law represent the resistance of Satan against the fulfilling of this prophecy].  

---> 5) etc. [to be continued].
3 Go your ways: behold, I send you forth as lambs among wolves.
4 Carry neither purse, nor scrip, nor shoes: and salute no man by the way.
5 And into whatsoever house ye enter, first say, Peace be to this house.
6 And if the son of peace be there, your peace shall rest upon it: if not, it shall turn to you again.
7 And in the same house remain, eating and drinking such things as they give: for the labourer is worthy of his hire. Go not from house to house.
Luke, 10. ch.

Sunday, October 16, 2016
Yarovaya law forces to close American Independent Baptist mission in Russia


Sunday, October 16, 2016

Yarovaya law forces to close American Independent Baptist mission in Russia

> .... Today if Patrick, the early Baptist evangelist of Ireland, and Paul of Tarsus were ministering in Russia, they surely would be fined, jailed or even killed.

 'Sad' Russian anti-evangelism law ends a ministry
by Diana Chandler, posted Thursday, September 01, 2016 (one month ago)

ORYOL, Russia (BP) -- Missionaries Donald and Ruth Ossewaarde always suspected their Gospel ministry in Oryol, Russia, wouldn't last when they began in 2002, he told Baptist Press by telephone from his home in the central Russian town of 320,000.

But he had not expected to be among the first people arrested under Russia's new law prohibiting organizations from evangelizing outside church walls and without a government permit.
Two weeks after police interrupted Ossewaarde's Sunday morning Bible study in his home with 15 students, arrested him and fined him 40,000 rubles, about $600, the Independent Baptist missionary said he will leave the country amid veiled threats against his life, even though he has appealed the charges against him.
"I really think that the political situation in Russia has reached a point where they are going to, one way or the other, they're going to get rid of me," he told BP. "So I really decided to end my operations here. It's sad because there are people here that really enjoy what we do. It's a big part of their life."
Ossewaarde has conducted street evangelism, distributed printed materials and held weekly Bible studies and prayer meetings in his home. He has ended those outreaches, is awaiting a court date for his appeal, is trying to sell his apartment and house, and is making plans to return to the U.S.
"I'm very sad," he said. "This is a dream that I've been living for 22 years since the first time I visited in 1994. It took a year or two for me to realize God was calling me to come over permanently, because I had just been making visits. In 1996 I realized this was my calling."
As an Independent Baptist, he travelled the U.S. for several years to raise financial support among churches for the mission before moving to Ukraine in 1999 and Oryol, Russia, three years later.
"This has been my life, what I've lived for," he said. "I guess we expected from the beginning that this wasn't going to last. I guess we were surprised that it lasted as long as it did. But now it just seems like the window and the door of opportunity is finally closing."
He has referred his Bible study participants and others to the Russian Baptist Church.
"But still," he said of the Christians, "they're just devastated."
Ossewaarde was arrested Aug. 14 and forced to attend a hearing in the city's Railway District Court that same day, with the representation of a court-appointed attorney who advised him to accept the verdict, pay the fine and leave the city, because anything might happen to him and his family, according to a press release on Ossewaarde's website.
His wife has already returned to Illinois, where their home congregation Faith (Independent) Baptist Church is located in Bourbonnais.
"I didn't feel that she was safe [here] after ... I had a thinly veiled threat against myself and my wife so I just figured it was time for her to go home," he said. "I want to complete the appeal process. If I can successfully challenge this it will make it easier on other missionaries that would probably otherwise be prosecuted."
Ossewaarde was charged under Article 5.26, Part 5 of the new religion law for holding religious services in his home, advertising services on bulletin boards in nearby neighborhoods, and failing to give authorities written notification when he began his religious activities. He has hired private attorneys.
"What we have in our favor ... is the way they wrote the law is very ineffective in accomplishing what they wanted to accomplish," Ossewaarde said, clarifying that the law passed July 20 limits missionary activity by religious organizations in particular, and he operates independently of any group. "They wanted to make all missionary activity illegal. The law as written doesn't apply to me, and that's why I believe that we will win this appeal. But long term, obviously they can write another law that says missionary activity is just plain outlawed. I certainly consider myself a missionary."
Five others had been arrested under the law as of Aug. 22, Forum 18 reported, including another Baptist who was fined 5,000 rubles; a Hare Krishna, acquitted; a Protestant, fined 50,000 rubles; a Pentecostal, who was to appear in court Aug. 29, and a Seventh-day Adventist, who was awaiting a trial date.
Ossewaarde had enjoyed religious freedom before the new law, although the Russian Orthodox Church held a religious monopoly of sorts.
"All other religious movements are looked at as foreign and suspicious and I've heard people say to each other that if you go to a foreign religion meeting that you're not patriotic," he said. "Anybody other than an Orthodox Christian is referred to as a sectarian or cultist. Up until recently, we had complete freedom to be able to distribute literature, talk to people on the street. We were even able to put literature in mail boxes."
Ossewaarde first evangelized in Russia during a 1994 visit there after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
"The first time I came over with a group of evangelists and pastors, we had two weeks of meetings and we just had thousands of people that responded to the Gospel invitations and it was very exciting back in those days," he said. "We just thought there was going to be a great revival. It was going to sweep across Russia. And Russia and America were going to become great friends and it was just going to be a wonderful thing. And that great promise that we all hoped for just didn't come to pass."
Russia is now stressed economically, and political leaders blame America for the decline, Ossewaarde said.
"It's a constant stream every day of anti-American and anti-foreign propaganda," he said. "For them to go after a foreigner like me is good propaganda."

The wife of  Pastor Donald Ossewaarde has been followed in her home by the shadow of him who signed the Yarovaya's Law. Satan is continually accusing the brethren in front of God, but would not his fellow servant try to wear out the saints everywhere down on earth?
Taken from Partisan's Balkans blog:

Sunday, August 14, 2016
Banning Christians [& Creationism] from Russia

Friday, October 14, 2016

Avoiding the extremes [doctrine]

Personally I too believe Calvinism and Arminianism are two example of extremes which lost the founding doctrine of Christ. Too much pondering on what is 'inside' the mind of God can lead to a distortion of the Gospel. There were many important and, notwithstanding the extremization of their view on the doctrine, imbued by Christ's life preachers and missionaries based on Calvinist and Arminian faith. But the Bible stands in the middle, at the center and not on the extremes.

In particular Calvinism. We are an image of God, and as God has a free-will, God's will, we have an image of it. We render honor and deference to God when our free-will matches to His one. But how we could do that if we have not a free-will? If we are a not complete image of God? Think, you have a free-will to do things for yourself. You can exercise your free-will rebelling to God (Adam's and Eve's first sin), or you rebel against the will of the prince of this world, Satan. Therefore it is the sin in the world [that evil allowed by God in His inscrutable design] that allows our free-will to match to God's one, or, in other words, to repair the damage provoked by the same free-will rebellion in the Eden's age. Remaining at the same time a free-will image of God. 

 Romans 8:29-30


Thursday, October 13, 2016

Missing the link between Dario Fò and the Catholic church

"The occasion this time was the Pope's speech at the closure of the session of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, a speech that can be summed up in a phrase" The big bang does not contradict the creation ", which was chosen as the title of Avvenire. But it was already clear to all that the Big Bang does not contradict the creation, in fact it was just a Catholic priest, Georges Lemaître, to propose the theory that it would be known as the "Big Bang." And in fact to remember that it is as to "discover the hot water", was immediately recalled by Giuliano Guzzo in an article titled "Pope Francis" opens "to the Big Bang theory? What nonsense. The first assumption [about the Big Bang] was made by a Jesuit," in article also recovered by the weekly "Tempi. "

Translated from:

  Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Darwinismo e Cattolicesimo: un perfetto matrimonio 
[Darwinism and Catholicism: a perfect marriage]

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 Dario Fo, Nobel-winning playwright, dies aged 90

Italian writer and performer, famous for satire such as Accidental Death of an Anarchist, had been suffering lung problems
Thursday, 13 October 2016
The Nobel prizewinning playwright and actor Dario Fo, famous for his cutting political satire in plays such as The Accidental Death of an Anarchist, has died aged 90.

Fo, who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1997, had been suffering from lung problems for months and had been in hospital for 12 days, the Corriere della Sera newspaper reported.

Matteo Renzi, the Italian prime minister, sent his condolences on Thursday morning.

“In Dario Fo, Italy has lost one of the great protagonists of the theatre, of culture, of the civic life of our country,” he said. “His satire, research, his work on set design and his versatile artistic activities are the legacy of one of the world’s great Italians.”

Dario Fò, a Darwinist "missionary":

The interviewDario Fo: "Darwin and the marvel that helps to find out the man" 
Dario Fo and Darwin: an exhibition and a book. In Cesenatico, the summer residence of the Nobel Prize, exhibited drawings, paintings, puppets. Output for Chiarelettere the volume: "Darwin, but we are monkeys by father or mother?".Stefania Burnelli - September 11, 2016 - 5:58(........) 

This project of Darwin is the son of the previous work "God is black - the fantastic world of evolution"?  
"God is black, was born as a result of a disrupted attachment and dull attack by some followers of the movement against Darwin, which occurred several years ago at the Science Museum in Milan. Then I was asked to do something to inform young people of Darwin. I tell the truth, I knew little of Darwin, I was as ignorant as everybody my age then. I realized that it was necessary to know this extraordinary man and there I did a job that has worked well, but then I felt that was not the bottom of things. I started to study, for twenty years I have continued to read books, put down the drawings, try to understand and know. I wrote a then threw the thing away ... Now at last I came to realize this work. "......

Missing the link between Darwin and racism
One Human Family is an in-depth refutation of racism and much much more. Order your copy now
by Warren Nunn
Published: 12 October 2014 (GMT+10)
“In 1859 Charles Darwin’s book On the Origin of Species popularized the notion of biological (and therefore social) evolution. Scholars began to discuss civilization as a unilinear process with races able to ascend or descend a graduated scale. The European was … the ‘fittest to survive’ … [The Aboriginal] was doomed to die out according to a ‘natural law’, like the dodo and the dinosaur. This theory, supported by the facts at hand [i.e. that Aboriginal folk were dying out from ill-treatment and disease—CW] continued to be quoted until well into the twentieth century when it was noticed that the dark-skinned race was multiplying. Until that time it could be used to justify neglect and murder.”

Images & excerpts taken from the Creation Ministries International article at the page:

see also:

"..... Edward Ramsay, curator of the Australian Museum in Sydney for 20 years from 1874, was particularly heavily involved. He published a museum booklet which appeared to include Aborigines under the designation of ‘Australian animals’. It also gave instructions not only on how to rob graves, but also on how to plug up bullet wounds in freshly killed ‘specimens’. Many freelance collectors worked under his guidance. Four weeks after he had requested skulls of Bungee (Russell River) blacks, a keen young science student sent him two, announcing that they, the last of their tribe, had just been shot.6 In the 1880s, Ramsay complained that laws recently passed in Queensland to stop Aborigines’ being slaughtered were affecting his supply."


Darwin’s bodysnatchers: new horrors

People deliberately killed to provide ‘specimens’ for evolutionary research

by , M.B., B.S.
Dario Fò & the JESUITS:

[disclaimer: the following post belongs to a blog of mine I created and used when I yet didn't know Jesus, therefore it contains also much anti-Christian elements!]

Dario Fo played the famous anticlergy piece “Mistero Buffo” (=Funny Mistery) on which the official Roman Catholic church threw its anathema. But the Jesuits laughed and had fun with it. Clear, they are Luciferian and know the truth: 
.... (....).... during the preventive showing of the Mistero Buffo (to control the contents - censorship), meanwhile the official church was launching its anathema on Mistero Buffo, before to broadcast it in tv, the Jesuits - who were clapping to Mistero Buffo - were present in the showing hall of Television broadcast RAI, and following what told the technical personnel or RAI, for all the time you heard them laughing without control. At the end some asked: “…please, can we watch it again?...”.
Sunday, July 20, 2008

The same excerpt is also contained in [from the same blog with anti-Christian content I created when still unsaved, just take the useful info, discard the rest]:

Wednesday, March 06, 2013
“…please, can we watch it again?...”


3 Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
4 And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
5 For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
6 Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished:

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Thursday, October 13, 2016
On the alleged capability to preserve organic matter for millions of years.

On the alleged capability to preserve organic matter for millions of years.

> [edited: link added ]

It is well known how Mary Schweitzer and Evolutionist team defend at any cost the thesis  which claims the organic matter found in Dino bones is truly tens of millions old,.....

 Dinosaur Shocker
    Probing a 68-million-year-old T. rex, Mary Schweitzer stumbled upon astonishing signs of life that may radically change our view of the ancient beasts

Reported in Stiliyanov's blog:

......with a not clear experiment where they demonstrated that iron coming from hemoglobin can help to preserve organic tissue for at least two years. From those two years (about 730 days)  they extrapolated that iron can preserve organic matter for well 68 millions of years.

But there are some problems. HUGE problems. For some of them you can read in the following articles respectively at and at the site of the ICR:
"......News reports around the world tell of red-blood-cell-like and collagen-like structures found in 75 million year-old dinosaur bones long stored in the British Museum.........(..............)............Third, the experimenter destroyed red blood cells to release their trapped iron, then bathed bird-bone tissues with the purified and concentrated soup. But these new Nature Communications results clearly showed blood cell shapes still intact. How could iron preserve bone tissues if it never escaped red blood cells in the first place? Plus, what natural process in the supposed Jurassic world could have mimicked the elaborate blending, filtering, concentrating, and bathing procedures used in the lab? Such laboratory finagling doesn't accurately represent natural environments........."
Read the whole article at: Can Iron Preserve Fossil Proteins for Eons?
by Brian Thomas, M.S. *
"......................Smelly bones
Schweitzer recounts how, after that first discovery, she noticed that a T. rex skeleton (from Hell Creek, Montana) had a distinctly cadaverous odour. When she mentioned this to long-time paleontologist Jack Horner, he said ‘Oh yeah, all Hell Creek bones smell.’
Astonishing, isn’t it? So ingrained is the notion among paleontologists that dinosaur bones must be millions of years old that the ‘smell of death’ didn’t even register with them—despite the evidence being right under their noses.
.......(.............).........Evangelical Christian?
The article author wrote that Schweitzer is an ‘evangelical Christian’.1 However, he is only one of many non-Christians to invoke a professing Christian as a ‘useful idiot’ to undermine the Christian faith.
From:  ‘Schweitzer’s Dangerous Discovery’
by David Catchpoole and Jonathan Sarfati
Published: 19 July 2006 (updated 21 July 2014)
See also from

Bishop Bell’s brass behemoths!


Sunday, October 2, 2016

Once saved, always saved.

Assurance Of Salvation or, Once Saved, Always Saved, is the gift, because man is corrupted and imperfect being, therefore cannot reach nor hold to perfection, except by the intervention of God.
Now, I believe it:

Can A Person Know For Sure That He is Saved
    and Will Go To Heaven When He Dies?
    (The Doctrine of Eternal Security)
    By Cooper Abrams
    1 John 5:13
            Introduction:   It is amazing and sad that so many churches deny the statement that "Once saved, always saved." The phrase is often called "Baptist heresy" by those false churches that teach that a person cannot know for sure if they are saved and if they are saved they may lose their salvation. The phrase states the biblical principle and truth that once a person, by faith believes and receives Jesus Christ as their Savior, they are eternally God's children and their salvation is assured. However, the fact that so many oppose this biblical truth, it shows that many do not really understand what the Bible says about salvation...........
Continue in ------>

"The Assurance of Salvation"
Rev. Carl Haak


October 4, 1998; No. 2909

Do you possess the assurance of salvation? Does that assurance grow to be a firm foundation for your entire life? If you do not have the assurance of personal salvation in Jesus Christ, why not? Is it because you, as a child of God, are slothful? Have you fallen into an inconsistent, sinful walk of life? Can you testify today to your own heart's satisfaction of the safety of your souls now and forever in Jesus Christ? Are you assured of pardon? Are you assured that you are one of His? Do you ask yourself these questions?

Assurance of personal salvation and belonging to Jesus Christ is not a fancy, it is not a feeling, and it is not the result of one's temperament. But it is the gift of the Holy Spirit. Assurance is the voice of a living faith in the believer testifying of personal pardon, confidence, of hope of eternal life, and the persuasion that I belong to my faithful Savior Jesus Christ. ...............
Continue in ------>

From the site  :

Assurance of Salvation
I.    Because of the words to describe.
            A. Eternal Life    (John 3:16; 10:26-29)
            B. Everlasting Life    (John 5:24; 6:44-47)
            C. Full Assurance    (Hebrews 6:11)
            D. Strong Consolation; Hope; Sure and Stedfast    (Hebrews 6:18-19)

II.    Because of what we are.
            A. Forgiven    (Romans 4:7; 1 John 2:12)
            B. Justified    (Romans 5:1; Titus 3:7)
            C. Risen with Christ    (Romans 3:6)
            D. Reconcile    (Romans 5:10)
            E. Saved    (Ephesians 2:8-9; 2 Timothy 1:9)
            F. Accepted in the Beloved    (Ephesians 1:6)
            G. Complete in Him    (Colossians 2:10)
            H. Fit for Heaven    (Colossians 1:12)
            I.   Child of GOD forever    (Galatians 4:4-7)
            J.  Sanctified in Christ    (1 Corinthians 1:2; 1:30)
            K.  A New Creation    (2 Corinthians 5:17)
            L.  Citizens of Heaven    (Philippians 3:20)
            M. Elect of God    (1 Peter 1:2)
            N. Born Again    (1 Peter 1:23)
            O. Sanctified Once for All    (Hebrews 10:10)
            P. Perfected Forever    (Hebrews 10:14)
            Q. Passed from Death unto Life    (1 John 3:14)

III.    Because of where we are.
            A. In the Heavenlies    (Ephesians 2:5-6)
            B. Brought near to God    (Ephesians 2:13)
            C. In God's Family    (Galatians 3:26)
            D. Translated Already There Kingdom    (Colossians 1:12-13)

IV.    Because of what we have.
            A. Peace with God    (Romans 5:1)
            B. Intercessor in Heaven    (Romans 8:34)
            C. Spiritual Blessings    (Ephesians 1:3)
            D. Sealing of the Holy Spirit    (Ephesians 1:12-14)
            E. Access to God    (Ephesians 2:18)
            F. Eternal Glory    (2 Timothy 2:10)
            G. Everlasting Consolation    (2 Thessalonians 2:16)
            H. Eternal Redemption    (Hebrews 9:12)

V.    Because of what is past.
            A. The Law of Sin and Death    (Romans 8:2)
            B. Death and Wrath    (Romans 6:11)
            C. No Condemnation    (Romans 8:1)

VI.    Because of His promises to us.
            A. Never Perish    (John 10:27-28)
            B. Redemption of the Body    (Romans 8:23-24)
            C. Predestinated to be Conformed to the Image of Christ    (Romans 8:28-29)
            D. Shall Appear with Christ in Glory    (Colossians 3:3-4)
            E. Not Appointed to Wrath    (1 Thessalonians 1:10; 5:9)
            F. Incorruptible Inheritence    (1 Peter 1:3-4)
            G. He will Confirm Us to the end    (1 Corinthians 1:8)
            H. We Can Not be Separated from God's love    (Romans 8:31-39)