Christ Our Righteousness
Christ Our Righteousness
2 Corinthians 5:21
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 4, 2007

Jeremiah 33:16 declares that “the LORD is our righteousness,” but what exactly does this phrase mean? The answer comes to life in 2 Corinthians 5:21 and the doctrine of the double-imputation. In this sermon, Richard Winston examines the meaning, implications, and motivations of the phrase, “Christ Our Righteousness.”

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The New Testament Idea of Repentance – Part 1
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