What do we have to do to be fully complete in Christ? In today’s episode, Pastor Jeff Cranson and Jen Denton discuss what it means to be whole when we inherit the kingdom of God. They will also talk about Gnosticism, and how its teachings create repercussions. People are not taught to look for spiritual truths outside of what can be learned through empirical observation and experimentation, which can lead to spiritual blindness. Being complete in Christ means that we have been set free from sin.
[00:01 - 04:52] Opening Segment
[04:53 - 11:17] Gnostic Teachings and its Premises
[11:18 - 21:26] You are complete in Christ
[21:27 - 23:14] Closing Segment
"...at the moment of your salvation, you were declared complete in Christ." - Jeff Cranston
"Through Jesus's sacrificial death and his resurrection, all of the work has been done. And our justification is therefore by his grace through faith we can't try harder. We can't work more to obtain a right standing with God. He's done it all." - Jeff Cranston
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