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Once Jesus came, died on Calvary, rose from the dead, and ascended back to Heaven, the door of salvation was wide open. The price for salvation had been paid in full.
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Topics: Spiritual Growth Doctrine Getting To Know Him
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Topics: General Spiritual Growth Holiness Faith The Church Doctrine
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