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Jehovah Tsidkenu

Jehovah Tsidkenu

This book was written in response to observing wording that implied that righteousness was a thing which could be 'externally' detached from Deity and could be contained in the 'bank' of heaven to the 'account' of named persons, having been deposited 'at the moment Christ died'.
The book covers, in detail, in 173 A5 pages, what righteousness is, how it is evaluated to individuals, how 'Christ is become sin', how 'we are become righteousness of God in him' and how it was that Abraham was justified by faith, in antiquity.

The book carefully presents the evidence from scripture, both Hebrew and Greek scriptures, and carefully presents that evidence for the reader to come to conclusions.

'Jehovah Tsidkenu' is the title given by Jeremiah which title means :

The Lord our righteousness.

If the Lord, himself, is our righteousness,
 then what need we of a 'bank' 'account' ?

173 A5 Pages