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Is my name written in the Book of Life and the Book of Remembrance? Am I living by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God? Whether your name is written in the Book of Life and the Book of Remembrance depends on a large degree on how you are living by the words of the third book, the Book of Moses or the law of God. We are called to a life of overcoming and sacrifice. Jesus Christ came to magnify the law of God, to reveal the spiritual intent of the law and to make it honorable. How you apply the immutable spiritual law of God will largely determine if your name is written in the Book of Life and Book of Remembrance.

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  • Bruno Gebarski
    Having our names written in the Book of Life & the book of Remembrance depends to a large degree on how we apply the immutable spiritual law of God from the book of Moses (book of the Law) in our lives. Moses, a type of Christ, was a very meek high priest & the intercessor of the Old Covenant praying for the ongoing idolatry & rebellion of the Children of Israel. We too have entered a covenant of sacrifice with God so that He might include our names in the Book of Life. Overcoming is one of the main themes in the Book of Revelation: a leitmotiv mentioned to each of the 7 churches: “He that overcomes, the same shall be clothed in white raiment, [the righteousness of the saints] & I will not blot out his name out of the book of life.” As begotten children of God, it is Christ living in us Who overcomes the world & our sinful nature, thus our need not only to have faith in Him but to obey Him: “We see then how that by works a man is justified, & not by faith only .” Our names will only be written in the Book of Life if we repent of our sins, exercise faith in the sacrifice of Christ & continue to obey God’s immutable law that gives us the guideline to overcome our sinful nature.
  • Bruno Gebarski
    Having our names written in the Book of Life & the book of Remembrance depends to a large degree on how we apply the immutable spiritual law of God from the book of Moses (book of the Law) in our lives. Moses, a type of Christ, was a very meek high priest & the intercessor of the Old Covenant praying for the ongoing idolatry & rebellion of the Children of Israel. We too have entered a covenant of sacrifice with God so that He might include our names in the Book of Life. Overcoming is one of the main themes in the Book of Revelation: a leitmotiv mentioned to each of the 7 churches: “He that overcomes, the same shall be clothed in white raiment, [the righteousness of the saints] & I will not blot out his name out of the book of life.” As begotten children of God, it is Christ living in us Who overcomes the world & our sinful nature, thus our need not only to have faith in Him but to obey Him: “We see then how that by works a man is justified, & not by faith only .” Our names will only be written in the Book of Life if we repent of our sins, exercise faith in the sacrifice of Christ & continue to obey God’s immutable law that gives us the guideline to overcome our sinful nature.
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