Corrective judgment raises Christ up from the dead. I am talking about the raising up of Christ in the individual from the dead, and his ascension above the powers and principalities that hold him captive. That is what the program of God is all about. The program of God is salvation, deliverance and the rapture or ascension of Christ in the individual to 'meet the Lord in the air'.
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After seventy weeks (490 years), the oil of the Lord’s Spirit shall be applied to the Holy of Holies, [the innermost, unconscious part of the mind of the children of the Kingdom], and [after that] [Satan], the moral evil of [Adam’s] widowed [soul] and [The source of all false revelation and false prophecy in the children of the Kingdom] shall be locked up and carried away...(Alternate Amplified Translation)
ALTERNATE TRANSLATION OF ROMANS 11:7, 11-26
What, then, Israel has not obtained what he craves, but the election has obtained spiritual experiences through the Spirit of God, and the rest were blinded. I am saying, then, that it is absolutely not true that Israel failed to overcome their pride so that Christ could come into existence within themselves...
Forgiveness is a process. It begins with the Lord convicting us of our sin, our confession and repentance and then the Lord rips our sin out of us. God does not forgive us so that we can either continue to sin or walk around with the potential for that sin still in us. Why, because as far as God is concerned, to merely have the potential for the sin is sin itself.
(Alternate translation of Luke 16 : 19 - 31)
16.19 There was a certain man, a citizen of Israel the landmark nation that God dwells in, who was spiritually rich because God granted him the righteousness that comes by faith. Indeed, [Elohim resurrected] Adam/Christ Jesus [within him], making him both king and priest, and granted him all of the protection, authority and power [that is in Adam/Christ Jesus], and the citizen of Israel appropriated all of the blessings that are associated with the Spirit of Christ for himself, every day of his life.