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The full salvation of God to us is revealed in the book of Romans in two sections. The first section is God's redemption through the death of Christ, and the second is God's saving in the life of Christ. Hence, 5:10 says, 'If, while we were enemies, we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved in His life.' The main significance of what is covered in Romans chapters one through four is the redemption of Christ (including reconciliation) in God's full salvation, and the main significance of what is covered in Romans chapters five through sixteen is the saving of Christ in God's full salvation. In this book we will see only the main significance of the second section of Romans, that is, how Christ saves us in His divine life.

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