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I Choose You by Kid-of-the-King I Choose You by Kid-of-the-King
Who am I that the King of Kings and Lord of Lords left the streets of gold to come into this dark and sinful world. He got His hands dirty and reached through the darkness to pull me out. He chose to rescue me from the wages of sin. He chose to justify me. He chose me to take up my cross and follow Him. He chose to sanctify me. He chose me to live forever with Him. He chose to glorify me. It’s not about me or anything I’ve done, it’s about Him. I did not choose Him; He chose me. Who am I that He would choose me?

If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead you shall be saved. -Rom. 10:9-10

For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever belives in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. -Jhn 3:16
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jcw007 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012
A wonderfully done piece of artwork with eternal results. May we please as a non-profit church use this on our website, towards reaching people with the love of Christ? We provide free rehab homes for people getting free from dope and alcohol (i.e. votacoma.org and a new site coming soon for voseattle.org). I design websites for them. Thank you for your consideration Kid-of-the-King.

Good Days Ahead
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FuzzyDiceChick Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
this is so beautiful. It really speaks to me. Thank you. :)
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2009   Traditional Artist
Thanks
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FuzzyDiceChick Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
welcome! GBU :D
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MissMethven Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing...simply amazing
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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MissMethven Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Your Welcome! :)
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deadrawflesh Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
wow its thats intense .. I just felt this rush it was awesome
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks
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Netbug009 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008  Student Writer
I'm not sure how to respond to this. It really hits you.
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks. Check out my blog on another piece of art called "Enough" at [link] .
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MatthewPalfenier Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008  Student General Artist
Amen. Gorgeous concept and full of truth! I'm blessed!

God bless!
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks
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MatthewPalfenier Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2008  Student General Artist
Welcome!
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Angegardien Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   General Artist
Beautifully done and written

Thanks for sharing

God Bless
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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Angegardien Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008   General Artist
My pleasure
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Chrishankhah Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I wonder whether you realise how much wisdom is in your statement. There is a beautiful illustration and concept here on the bible's doctrine of grace, and how powerful it is.

Christ is Lord !
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks! Christ IS Lord!
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GreenHat77 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
amazing art! and even mor powerful message! :D
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks! God Bless
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MissCassidy Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Pikachu...


seriously tho, it's amazing and kinda scary too...
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Humbling. Thanks!
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MissCassidy Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
Hun it's not about winning an arguement, it's about how you are loved by an amazing God. Don't let guilt or doubt hold you back, re-read your bible, read about who Jesus was and is. Don't take my word for it, find your own answers and keep asking the hard questions!

God loves YOU, he really does. Before you were born He loved you, and when you lie down to die He will love you. Your soul is so precious to Him because there is only one you.

That's the crux of the matter.

You are loved. No matter what you may think of yourself, the guilt about stuff done in the past, You are loved. You must cling to that.
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2008   Traditional Artist
AMEN!
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MissCassidy Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
you had to make the effort to believe tho... Jesus did all this stuff, but you still have to say "yes I believe in you Jesus, I want you as Lord"

Then the real fun happens!

The relationship we have with our Saviour is a two way street... He will meet us where we are, but we have to open the door when He knocks. We have to keep believing when the world says "why?" when stuff comes out in the news that shames Jesus, when our life gets so tough that normal reason just can't make sense of it... that's when we have to say... "I believe."

That's when Jesus can carry us. But we have to say "I want to be carried now... cause this is just too big."
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Chrishankhah Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Now give this a thought, for just a second.

When Jesus "knocks" on the door, He knocks it down. He doesn't wait for us to open it. When He "comes into our heart," He doesn't hide in the corner. His Spirit gets to work taking over our entire life. That may happen over night, it may take a little while to show, but it will show, and it will never stop showing.

When God saved me, He did a work in me that I cannot describe. Despite my rebellion and against the wicked will of my heart, He saved me. Though my flesh resisted Him, He caused my soul to submit in my most painful, unwilling, desperate hour. I wanted to die; He let me die, but only to myself, that I could live for Him.

Can I ever stop praising Him? That though I hated Him, He loved me and saved me and gave me a new heart forever committed to Him?

I do not claim that there is not effort on our part -- the Christian walk is the most difficult thing I've ever taken. It has required from me already things that my former self would have never done. It may well require far more. There is effort and exertion ... But the spirit behind it is not from the human will I left behind when God saved me -- it by of His faithful Spirit that I am driven. Don't even the scriptures witness to this fact of God?
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MissCassidy Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
yeah but how can you explain back sliding

we have to make an effort on our part to want to change too. How can you explain when people go to an evangelist, they have a choice they hear the call and can either stay in their seats or go and answer it...

I know what you are saying but everyone is different, everyone's experiences are different.
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Chrishankhah Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
It's not my goal to explain scripture in light of the world, but by scripture we can understand the things of the world more clearly. The epistle of 1 John gives us a good guideline to check and see if we are truly saved.

However, to give an example of something from the world, (though I hold that scripture has infinitely more authority than my experience,) I lived in carnal Christianity for two years; I wasn't saved. I believed I was going to heaven because I looked like the church-goers around me. Yet when trial came, I broke because I did not know God. Many people believe they are going to heaven, but they do not have the Holy Spirit living inside of them.

Many people go to revival meetings and answer altar calls. They come back a week later and do the same. Some don't even come back. They feel emotional regret over their sin because the evangelist preached eloquently, but when test and trial came, they caved in. They were never saved; their belief was not authentic. We know from scripture that true faith endures.

But you will not find the concept of an altar call anywhere in scripture. You will not find Christ inviting people to accept them into their heart. The closest thing to this concept is a misquote out of the book of Revelation in a passage that addresses a specific church. We must be so careful to study scripture in context before we quote it in application to whatever situation seems fit.

Backsliding is one of two things -- precisely that, a trial in which a person's flesh has doubt, but in the end the Holy Spirit is the victor and the person is drawn closer to God. Or, it is an indicator that a person is not saved. There is no mistake -- we are in the flesh. We have trial. We have not yet recieved our new bodies and so though we have a new heart, we struggle with the things of the world. For reasons known only to God, He chooses that we should remain in this world and struggle with the things of the world and endure the trials that Christ endured as He brings us to victory. God could take us from here right this moment and bring His judgement on the world and on every soul which does not have Christ, yet instead He chooses to endure patiently until all of His sheep have come. I do think there is wisdom on this matter in the book of Job, however.

Praise God for the way He chooses to do things ! Hence He has driven me to go into the world and make disciples where the gospel has not yet been preached. Because of Him, I can walk like Christ and know Him more fully.
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MissCassidy Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
Yeah but then we would not have free will and could not love God truely if what you say is true.

We have to make an effort as Paul did, and the early church to have the faith that Jesus was and IS the Son of God. You can preach all you want, but at the end of the day, we have free will and we have to choose to believe the message in the first place.

I agree that through trials we do grow, and they are tests. That is the whole point of what I was trying to say earlier. We can either let the Holy Spirit change our attitude towards trials, or blame God for them.

Right now over 80 people in Haiti are dead because of Hurricane Hannah... some will blame God, some will seek out Voodoo, some will blame the government (man).

You cannot say that someone is not saved because they backslide if they fail the "test". Look at David... Look at Paul, Look at Peter even!

Peter who KNEW Jesus and swore that he would stand with Jesus to the end couldn't face the authorites. THREE TIMES Peter denied Jesus. Peter Knew who Jesus was... who he really was, yet he backslid.

13When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, "Who do people say the Son of Man is?"

14They replied, "Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets."

15"But what about you?" he asked. "Who do you say I am?"

16Simon Peter answered, "You are the Christ,[b] the Son of the living God."

17Jesus replied, "Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, for this was not revealed to you by man, but by my Father in heaven. 18And I tell you that you are Peter,[c] and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades[d] will not overcome it.[e] 19I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be[f] bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be[g] loosed in heaven." 20Then he warned his disciples not to tell anyone that he was the Christ.
Matthew 16: 13-17

Peter KNEW who Jesus was. He was the first to say it. Yet.. when the time came, he was courageous and made a brash statement... a brash promise... Jesus called him on it too.

36 Simon Peter asked him, "Lord, where are you going?"
Jesus replied, "Where I am going, you cannot follow now, but you will follow later."

37Peter asked, "Lord, why can't I follow you now? I will lay down my life for you."

38Then Jesus answered, "Will you really lay down your life for me? I tell you the truth, before the rooster crows, you will disown me three times!

Matthew 13: 36-38

John 18: 15-18 is Peter's first denial, John 18: 25-26 is the second and third denials.

15 Simon Peter and another disciple were following Jesus. Because this disciple was known to the high priest, he went with Jesus into the high priest's courtyard, 16but Peter had to wait outside at the door. The other disciple, who was known to the high priest, came back, spoke to the girl on duty there and brought Peter in.

17"You are not one of his disciples, are you?" the girl at the door asked Peter.
He replied, "I am not."

18It was cold, and the servants and officials stood around a fire they had made to keep warm. Peter also was standing with them, warming himself.
25As Simon Peter stood warming himself, he was asked, "You are not one of his disciples, are you?"
He denied it, saying, "I am not."

26One of the high priest's servants, a relative of the man whose ear Peter had cut off, challenged him, "Didn't I see you with him in the olive grove?" 27Again Peter denied it, and at that moment a rooster began to crow.



Now, with your logic of Christianity, you could say, well Peter wasn't saved in the first place, or that the Holy Spirit didn't come yet. That is partially true, but Peter didn't need the Holy Spirit, he needed to understand his relationship with Jesus HIMSELF. Did Jesus come and grab Peter by the shoulders and shake him out.. no Jesus was being tried before authorites on mocked up accusations against Rome. Peter was HUMAN, we are HUMAN. God gave us Free Will in the Garden of Eden, and it was because of Free Will that we screwed up in the first place. Yet, how can we love someone if we cannot love them freely? How can we love God and be thankful for what God did if we cannot do it freely? There HAS to be a middle ground where WE as free thinking, individuals say "I BELIEVE". It is then that one is saved. It is because at that moment we begin the life long process of crucifying ourselves to become more like Christ.

The story doesn't end though. Peter was changed by the experience at the cross. And Guess what Jesus made Peter to be the ROCK the cornerstone and leader of the early church.
Peter was flawed, he had a hot temper, was aggressive in his arguments, he doubted, and struggled with his faith (like we all do). Yet Jesus saw potential in him, but Peter had to let go of those things that held him and make the effort to reach out and accept Jesus.

Peter did die for Jesus.

In the end, he was tried and executed under Nero.

The earliest mention that we have of Peter's death is in a letter from Clement, bishop of Rome (AD 88-97), to the Corinthians. He mentions the suffering and martyrdom of Peter and Paul in Rome.

Dionysius, bishop of Corinth, bears the following testimony (about AD 180) referring to Peter and Paul: "Both of these having planted the church at Corinth, likewise instructed us; and having in like manner taught in Italy, they suffered martyrdom about the same time."

About AD 200, Tertullian, a Christian teacher, mentions the deaths of Peter and Paul as occurring in Rome under Nero.

Peter's death is also found in Caius, an ecclesiastical writer (3rd century), who says that Peter and Paul "suffered martyrdom about the same time."

Eusebius in his book entitled Ecclesiastical History (written AD 325) says: "Thus Nero publicly announcing himself as the chief enemy of God, was led on in his fury to slaughter the apostles. Paul is therefore said to have been beheaded at Rome, and Peter to have been crucified under him. And this account is confirmed by the fact, that the names of Peter and Paul still remain in the cemeteries of that city even to this day" (Ecclesiastical History 2:25).

This tradition of Peter's death was not localized in Rome alone, but was apparently widespread throughout the Church.

There are also a large number of written stories about Peter. These stories are highly questionable as history, but they all agree when speaking of Peter's death: he was crucified in Rome during the time of Nero. Some of these stories are quite early -- for example "The Acts of Peter" (2nd century AD). It is from "The Acts of Peter" that we get the story of Peter being crucified upside-down. Supposedly Peter requested that he be crucified upside-down because he was "unworthy to die in the same manner as my Lord."


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You cannot judge someone totally on actions alone, you can however hold them accountable if they are climing to be a Christian but the fruits that they bear do not coorespond with the Fruit of the Spirit. As Christians we are obliged to do that. We are required to hold each other accountable. That is how we discern the weeds from the grain, and also true treachers from false. Likewise, if a false misunderstanding/teaching is being spread by someone who does not understand a passage or has been taught a wrong passage it is our duty to instruct them.

It is arrogant to think that we are predestined to be saved or lost. We are all given the opportunity to meet with Christ, but we have to choose to accept the invitation or not.

I do understand and it's a pet peeve of mine when evangelists do mass alter calls... basing lots on emotional weakness and peer pressure. Yet, I wanted Jesus as my Lord at 9 during an alter call at Camp over Midwinter. It wasn't until I was 12 that I decided to be Baptised by believer's baptism (emerson)... can I speak in tongues. No. I want to, but it just hasn't happened. Yet, I beleive in Jesus Christ, and I know if I die tomorrow I will be going to Heaven, not by ritual or good upbringing (my parents are real Christians too) but because I have lived out of that safe haven. I have lived in a world and culture that denies Jesus and mocks my faith as being midevial, dead, and oppressive. Yet I still believe.. because I have experienced the realness of God, the infinate power and truth of His sacrifice for me. I have seen how dark evil is, but I have also let the light of the Son wash my face and set me free.

I know you have too.

But PLEASE be careful about being too critical about the salvation of others. Sure your own story is your own, but the same may not apply to everyone.

Jesus meets us where we are.... then we have to choose to take his hand and follow.

Jesus Loves me
This I know
For the Bible tells me so
Little ones to him belong
they are weak but He is strong

Yes Jesus loves me
Yes, Jesus loves me
Yes Jesus loves me

The bible tells me so.

even when I screw up, Jesus died for that. So that I can turn around and come back and be welcomed as a prodigal daughter.

Once Saved, Always Saved. Cause if it were any other way, the cross would have been pointless.
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Chrishankhah Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Don't confuse what I am saying here. I never said that saved Christians do not sin -- again, we [link] our flesh to deal with, though we are redeemed from our sin nature.

I am not speaking about the Christian who stumbles or messes up -- I'd be condemning myself if I did that! I am talking about the unconverted person who responds to an altar call and proclaims to be a Christian, and then continues for the rest of his life to sin with little to no conviction. The Holy Spirit WILL carry out the work that God has started!

If truly saved, then yes: always saved. And the Holy Spirit will keep His children and convict them when they sin and draw them to do what is right. Peter made a mistake and he repented. Even before the Spirit came, he returned to Jesus and cried for forgiveness. Why? Because Peter was one of Christ's sheep. And so are we, all who are saved.

But pertaining to human free will? Where do you find that concept in scripture, that man has equal pull to follow God as he has to sin? Do those who seek God find salvation? Then we have a major problem, because:

"There is none who understands;
There is none who seeks after God."
-- Romans 3:11

We cannot seek God. In our natural and unconverted state, we don't desire God. We can't do a thing and we don't want to do a thing! ... God has to do something.

For this is what I find ::

Romans 9:14-24
14 What shall we say then? Is there unrighteousness with God? Certainly not! For He says to Moses, “I will have mercy on whomever I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whomever I will have compassion.” So then it is not of him who wills, nor of him who runs, but of God who shows mercy. For the Scripture says to the Pharaoh, “For this very purpose I have raised you up, that I may show My power in you, and that My name may be declared in all the earth.” Therefore He has mercy on whom He wills, and whom He wills He hardens.
You will say to me then, “Why does He still find fault? For who has resisted His will?” But indeed, O man, who are you to reply against God? Will the thing formed say to him who formed it, “Why have you made me like this?” Does not the potter have power over the clay, from the same lump to make one vessel for honor and another for dishonor?
What if God, wanting to show His wrath and to make His power known, endured with much longsuffering the vessels of wrath prepared for destruction, and that He might make known the riches of His glory on the vessels of mercy, which He had prepared beforehand for glory, even us whom He called, not of the Jews only, but also of the Gentiles?
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saint-miykael Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
Oh, that's great news! So everyone is going to be saved, right? Because if Jesus died for ALL the sins of EVERYONE, then EVERYONE'S sins are atoned for, including unbelief, and we're all going to be redeemed! And we must not need to change, because Jesus loves us just the way we are, right?

Out of curiosity, where in the bible does it teach that man has any sort of natural capacity to turn to God, in and of himself? I hear many people teaching this, but I can't seem to find it anywhere. It just seems to be this overarching philosophical assumption that most people appear to have. Also, if that's the case, why then do we need the Spirit to draw men in order for them to turn to God? Couldn't they just do it themselves? I mean, it's not like humanity was enslaved to sin, or anything like that, so that they would be at enmity with God. Surely man must have something in him that wants to turn to the true God, right? Doesn't the bible teach that? Maybe you could help me along and show me where it teaches it.

Also, another thought... Why does God take away our free-will when we believe, so that we can no longer refuse his offer after we've accepted it? After all, once saved, always saved, right? Oh, and why is it that the bible teaches that there will be no sin in Heaven, yet we're going to be there with our autonomously free wills? Are we just going to continuously choose to do good forever all on our own, even though we can't even manage to do it here?
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MissCassidy Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
God doesn't take away our free will, we choose to follow Gods will... read your new testiment

There is no sin in Heaven because God is holy, and anyways when we die, we get new bodies and new minds.
2 Corinthians 5: 1-5

We are tainted by original sin from the fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, that's why we needed Jesus God's Son, to be the final sacrifice. Because God is holy (meaning pure, without blemish or flaw) he cannot look upon sin. Even if we are good people, we are stuck with the problem of original sin from the Adam and Eve. Man kind is in constant internal conflict with self over self-lessness. You ask where in the bible does it show man with a natural capacity to turn to God, it's all over the bible. The book is a testiment to the fact.

From Noah and the ark, to Abraham and Lot in Sodom and Gomorrah, Ruth, Joseph, Moses...
Daniel, the prophets Amos, Isaiah, etc...New Testiment, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Timothy, Stephen (the kid that was killed for believing in Christ), John the Baptist.. All of these people at one point had an experience with God. They had a choice to continue their old lives or allow God to move through them.. God has a purpose for the human race... if he didn't why didn't we die out with the dinosaurs?

"Couldn't they just do it themselves? I mean, it's not like humanity was enslaved to sin, or anything like that, so that they would be at enmity with God. Surely man must have something in him that wants to turn to the true God, right? Doesn't the bible teach that? Maybe you could help me along and show me where it teaches it." - Humanity is enslaved to Sin according to christian/Jewish belief from the story of the Garden of Eden God told Adam and Eve not to eat of the forbidden fruit, they did, and sin entered the world.

Man cannot save himself. Your teaching seems to be mixed with Buddhist theology in that we can save ourselves and that mankind is not fallen. That there is no heaven, or hell, and God is not real. Your live is based on karma and the karma you gain from this life will affect the next and so forth. If you do not believe in God, then the discussion above will not make any sense to you and really does not pertain to you. Likewise the Bible does not apply to you either as it is a subjective book based on a subjective idea.

From a textual basis, if you would like me to point out in the bible all the places that talk about the fallen state of man I will in a note. Man has free will, he has always had that from the dawn of time(according to Christian/Judeo teaching), therefore we have the power to choose right from wrong. But I cannot discuss and I will not argue with you over Christian theology as it is pointless and will not achieve anything but more confusion.

Once saved always saved means that you can't lose your salvation because of a mistake or because you've done some stuff in your life that your so ashamed of that you think God will never forgive. The only thing that is unforgiveable is not accepting Jesus in the first place. God doesn't take away our free will when you accept Christ as your Saviour, instead you have to choose to behave in a manner that is Christ-like or not. You have to choose to give up your free will... it's not forced. If it was forced, Christianity would be SO MUCH EASIER TO FOLLOW.

C.S. Lewis (athiest turned Christian) said this about the belief of Christanity,

"Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important."

If I believe that the Bible is true, regarding the state of the human condition, and that Christ is who he says he is, then I am either a fool or a genius. I cannot be something in between.
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pralinkova-princezna Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That looks very realistic, cool work.
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks!
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JeanneXIII-Hikaru Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
I really love this picture and your comment ^^ I feel similar to you...
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Praise God! Thanks!
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JakeMcCormick Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
WOW...that is a REALLY powerful message!!
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
Thanks! God Bless
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dboywheeler Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Amen! He loves us even though we turned against Him, and He purifies us!
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Kid-of-the-King Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
right-on! Thanks!
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man-cool Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2008   Writer
A very dramatic and awesome looking drawing!!! I also love the scripture you put in there as well!!:) Great work!!!
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AeternitasveniA Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2008
:D

yea! out of the darkness
reminds me of one of my favorite scripture passages.
psalms 107!
vs 14 in peticular
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