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  1. "let the laborer for Christ come close to such in Christlike sympathy and compassion, and it may be that the love of Christ will subdue and melt the soul into tenderness and contrition"
    thanks for this quote! how many times my cousin and I had long lenghty talks with my both my brother, sister and dad about God, who do not believe in a second coming nor a better world to come. No logic works, but now I will keep this in mind when we talk them again!

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  2. Thank you so much for this post, may the Almighty God continually bless you. It is very comforting to always remember that the battle has already been won and all we need to do is to 'sanely' choose the right side... May the Lord help us and our loved ones to constantly make the right choices to glorify Him and love Him enough to overcome the flesh.

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  3. A great medley of analogies, depicting what has and is currently happening, all so correct. Now we know that the defeat of Satan was culminated on the Cross. However we must also take into account that the 1st battle was won when the God Head kicked Lucifer and 1/3 of the angels that followed him out of heaven. Lucifer asked Christ to allow Him back, but He was refused because his heart had not changed. He wanted to continue in sin, foster his pride, and continue pushing to excel above Christ, thus again disrupting harmony in heaven.

    Christ knows our hearts, we can't hide them from Him, like we do with our fellow men and women. For if, when we have a stony heart, He has promised to replace it with a heart of flesh, free of atherosclerosis, strong, and free of cardiomyopathy. Ezekiel 11:19,20; Ezekiel 36:26,27; Romans 5:10,11.

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  4. “let the laborer for Christ come close to such in Christlike sympathy and compassion, and it may be that the love of Christ will subdue and melt the soul into tenderness and contrition” I am trying this tactic now with one who I care for deeply, logic or reason have not worked, so the sympathizing heart of Jesus is my new avenue of approach.

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