What About ...? 1 John 1:9 - Single Booklet

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What About 1 John 1:9 continues to be asked countless times. This booklet will help many people know that Christ died for their sins once and for all and that they are forgiven forever!

This small pocket 25 page booklet is excellent for witnessing to others about God's complete forgiveness for both the Christian and for sharing Christ with others that do not know Jesus, and are still stuck in their religion.

This is the single booklet edition of What About ...? 1 John 1:9.

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Below is an excerpt from the book "What About ...? 1 John 1:9"

"Any good theologian will tell you that it's intellectual suicide to build an entire doctrine around one verse of scripture. But that's exactly what we have done with 1 John 1:9. Nowhere else in the New Testament, from the cross on, is the concept of asking God's forgiveness mentioned. The Apostle Paul never broached the subject. He didn't have too. He stood firm in the fact that he was a forgiven person and that those to whom he wrote were forgiven people.

When God took away our sins, He took all of them—He bought us, knowing our past, present and future. Jesus paid the debt in full."


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  • 5
    Real forgiveness

    Posted by Erich camejo on 11th May 2021

    Bob tells it how it is. The John Wayne of Christ. Blunt and straight forward. Straight bible verses from the scriptures. If you want to know that you are really forgiving , read it! The truth will set you free.

  • 5
    Finally, someone gets it

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Jan 2020

    Bob George taught the bible better than anyone else I ever studied. Understanding total forgiveness is the key to unlock the message God has given us. Excellent work, thanks Bob

  • 5

    Posted by Robert Horne on 18th Jan 2019

    Do not think because it is written in a very easy to understand that it is not theologically correct. It is the best treatment of that passage that I have ever read. I highly recommend it.