This booklet discusses the futility of human works in gaining acceptance with God and realizing the truth that as God's born-again ones we are God's workmanship.  Once we recognize who we really are then we can see that Christianity is not a system of good works to be done but an entirely new life to be lived.

". . . We are commanded to reckon ourselves dead to sin and alive unto God in the same way we reckon it of Jesus Christ.  Only after we truly recognize who we really are can the corresponding behavior follow.  Otherwise we will continue to see ourselves as unworthy ones trying to win acceptance before God through our own works.  Christianity is not a system of good works to be done but an entirely new life to be lived."

Nothing in My Hand I Bring: page 9       "Nothing in my hand I bring.  Simply to thy Cross I cling." Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me
 
 

Nothing in My Hand I Bring

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