Pilgrim’s Keyboard

May 25, 2010

Jesus Christ – Our All

Filed under: Some Famous | Some Not So Famous — pilgrimskeyboard @ 4:32 pm

[Jesus Christ – our all]

O blessed Lord! Upon my first believing and closing with Jesus Christ, Thou didst justify me in the court of glory from all my sins, both to guilt and punishment. Upon my first act of believing, Thou didst pardon all my sins; Thou didst forgive all my iniquities; Thou didst blot out all my transgression; and as upon my first believing Thou didst give me remission of all my sins, so upon my first believing Thou didst free me from a state of condemnation and interest me in the great salvation. Upon my first believing, I was united to Jesus Christ, and I was clothed with the righteousness of Christ, which covered all my sins and discharged me from all my transgressions. Remember, O Lord, that at the very moment of my dissolution Thou didst really, perfectly, universally, and finally forgive all my sins.

Thomas Brooks – Puritan (1608-1680)



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