Then Shall Be Complete Emancipation From Sin and Its Effects and Affects

In the New Testament “salvation” is threefold its scope past, present, and future; and it is threefold and his character from the penalty of sin, from the power of sin, and from the presence of sin. Every believer has been saved for the penalty of sin… But we shall yet be saved from the very presence of sin… At our Lord’s return we shall be completely emancipated from the dominion and pollution of sin.

– A.W.Pink

as quoted by Driscoll, Mark; Who Do You Think You Are? Finding Your True Identity in ChristThomas Nelson Publishers, Nashville, copyright 2013; Page 68

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