The Investigative Judgement: Am I Saved?

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Marc Rasell, Aug 27, 2014 - Religion - 134 pages
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The question that perplexes many Christians is how can I be sure I am saved? The topic of the investigative judgement, a heavenly tribunal that investigates the cases of professed believers sheds some light on this question. There can be no greater event in history, yet very few are interested in the results of this tribunal which affects the destiny of everyone who has ever lived on earth. A battle rages over the souls of men, a battle which also includes the vindication of God’s character and law. The investigative judgement is one of the most exciting doctrines in the Bible, because it reveals Christ as the all powerful Mediator. 

 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Will the Saints be Investigated
9
Does it Matter 22
22
The Books of Heaven26
26
The Law of God and the Sabbath
35
The Use of Talents
45
The Need for Transformation 49
49
Power through Christ our High Priest 56
56
Are you an Overcomer or a Loser 69
69
Seven Steps to becoming an Overcomer
83
The Battle over your Soul 113
113
The Rewards of the Overcomer 117
117
The Vindication of God and Eden Restored 123
123
Conclusion 130
130
Bibliography and More Information
132
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Marc Rasell was born in Oxford and grew up in a countryside village in Oxfordshire. He became a member of the Anglican Church at the age of 12 where he heard the Word of God and was converted. He later went on to become a Seventh-day Adventist after accepting the Sabbath truth. He studied at Newbold College, Bracknell and received a BA in Theology and then an MA in Religion, accredited by Andrews University. He spent a year in South Korea teaching English as a foreign language and some Bible lessons. He worked for a couple of years at the Adventist Discovery Centre at the British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Watford. He was called by the church to work as a ministerial intern and then as a licensed minister for the South England Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in East Anglia and Cornwall. He currently is a member of a church in Cornwall where he writes and promotes the beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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