Galatians 2:20- NKJV- I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me;
By our identification with Christ, we don't mean that we identify ourselves with Him (though in a sense we do), but that God identified us with Christ in his death, burial and resurrection. God saw us crucified when He saw Christ crucified; God saw us raised when Christ was raised. Identification then is first and foremost the was God sees things and not the way we do!
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This is an amazing book! Michael A. Perrin, Sr. has an incredible grasp on what was actually accomplished by Christ on the Cross and what it means to humanity. This book rips away the grave cloths of religion to expose the foundational truths of the finished work of Jesus. My daughter discovered this book and has since purchased several copies and give them away as gifts. This is one of those books you'll want to read slowly and savor every truth.