Doctrine Article 5
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Doctrine Article 5
The bases of the act of justification are the perfection of ____, the atonement of _____, and the victory of ____.
Christ's life; His death; His resurrection
Justification frees believers from ____, relieves them of _____, and gives them the ____ of Christ.
guilt; judgment; merit
The sole instrument for receiving the gift of justification is ____.
Regeneration is a ____ act of God.
In the act of regeneration, the _____ implant the seed of the new life.
Word and Spirit
The believer is created anew in ________.
mind, heart, and will
Justification as a gift of God is an act of _____.
According to Romans 8:33, God _____ the ungodly.
Romans 3:24 describes the operation of God's ____ in Justification.
Justification is a declaration of ____ and of ____.
God writes ___ over the entire past life of sin.
When God pardons, He also removes the ____ of sin.
The ____ of God has been fully satisfied in the shedding of Christ's blood.
According to Ephesians 1:7, believers have ___ through Christ's blood.
God declares believers to be righteous by placing on their records the ___ of Christ's life.
This record of merit exactly matches the ___ of God.
As a judicial act, adoption changes the __ status of the individual.
The results of adoption are that we are received into the ____ of God and we become the ____ of God.
In justification and adoption, humanity's ___ is changed.
In regeneration, humanity's ____ is changed.
The ____ of the new birth is the Holy Spirit.
Regeneration restores the ___ of ___ in humankind.
According to Ephesians 4:23 and Colossians 3:10, the new birth restores the ___ and true ___ and renews the ____.
righteousness; holiness; mind
According to 2 Corinthians 3:3, the heart of ___ is broken up and a heart of ___ is given.
The renewal of the ____ is described in Hebrews 13:21.
The result of the new birth is a ____ change of manner of life.
___ becomes the disposition of the soul.
_____ becomes the motive of life.
God enables the born-again person to stop the practice of ____.
This faith recognizes the necessity of the _____ and ____ of God.