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September 17, 2020


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Lauren Crouch

Just a curious question...I came across Colossians 2:14 "He destroyed the record of debt owed, with its requirements that worked against us. He canceled it by nailing it to the cross." (CEB)
I no longer believe in PSA after some AHA! moments, but when I come to verses like this that gets into sort of a "payment" and "debt" theology, it is a bit confusing. Can you explain the 1st part of this verse? Also, Colossians 1:20, the "He brought peace through the blood of his cross"...and 1:21...did we just "think" we were enemies with God (I heard this from a Danielle Strickland podcast) or were we actually enemies in our minds? I lean toward what Danielle shared, but I could see how this verse could be read the other way as well. Thanks!

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