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Gospel Conviction and Law Condemnation (guilt) Are Different!

I cannot impress upon people that this is the root issue with true believers and those who think they believe but don't. That doesn't mean that getting the doctrine right makes one a true believer, but getting it wrong shows unbelief and false confessions.

So, gospel conviction is true doctrine. Law guilt is not the same as gospel conviction, yet the foundation of Protestant and Catholic teaching is that law conviction brings true repentance, Godly repentance. That is a false teaching from the pit of hell.

These religious organizations have condemned themselves by the uniform teaching they have that law condemnation is the same as gospel conviction of unbelief.

And they deceive many.

Here is the doctrinal discussion about gospel conviction in my article entitled Gospel Preaching.

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