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The Law of Redemption : What Must One Do to Go to Heaven?
by Kathleen Kaczmarek




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Are you serving God to get saved or because you are saved?

"Shortly after God revealed to me that legalism was my problem, I fervently asked the Lord, "What must I do that if I keep doing it, and doing it, and doing it, I will get better and better and better?" That night, glory be to God, I was able to fall asleep. It was 5:30 in the morning when an audible voice woke me up saying, "What must one do to go to heaven?" The voice began as a man's voice and quickly transformed into a child's voice. The child's voice sounded a lot like my son Aaron's, so I scanned the bedroom to see if he had come in. No one was there. Aaron would have been about six years old and he had already received Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. I remember that all Aaron knew then was that if he had Jesus, he was going to heaven. That's all he knew. He had Jesus, so he was saved, period. That morning, God showed me a foundational truth. He showed me that the faith and disposition of a healthy Christian is that of a child: innocent, trusting, carefree.

From that day on, I entered into a journey to learn how to become like a little child again. Someone who is innocent is free from condemnation, and someone who is trusting is free from care; he always expects to be accepted by his father regardless of his performance."

--From Chapter 4, Kathleen Kaczmarek

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Overview

Are you serving God to get saved or because you are saved?

"Shortly after God revealed to me that legalism was my problem, I fervently asked the Lord, "What must I do that if I keep doing it, and doing it, and doing it, I will get better and better and better?" That night, glory be to God, I was able to fall asleep. It was 5:30 in the morning when an audible voice woke me up saying, "What must one do to go to heaven?" The voice began as a man's voice and quickly transformed into a child's voice. The child's voice sounded a lot like my son Aaron's, so I scanned the bedroom to see if he had come in. No one was there. Aaron would have been about six years old and he had already received Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. I remember that all Aaron knew then was that if he had Jesus, he was going to heaven. That's all he knew. He had Jesus, so he was saved, period. That morning, God showed me a foundational truth. He showed me that the faith and disposition of a healthy Christian is that of a child: innocent, trusting, carefree.

From that day on, I entered into a journey to learn how to become like a little child again. Someone who is innocent is free from condemnation, and someone who is trusting is free from care; he always expects to be accepted by his father regardless of his performance."

--From Chapter 4, Kathleen Kaczmarek



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  • ISBN-13: 9781603835237
  • ISBN-10: 1603835237
  • Publisher: Holy Fire Publishing LLC
  • Publish Date: August 2016
  • Page Count: 272
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.57 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.81 pounds


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