Justification by faith is even more precious as I consider that we are living during the antitypical day of atonement, facing the close of probation and last-day events. In ancient Israel throughout the Day of Atonement, the "daily" (tamid) sacrifice continued to burn on the bronze altar, and the incense continued to waft over the inner veil and cover the holy ark.
Throughout the antitypical day of atonement, even after the close of probation and the time of trouble, on to the time of glorification, we can have assurance of being accepted by God solely on the basis of the atoning blood and intercessory merits of Christ's righteousness! Justification by faith is, and will remain till the end, the most precious truth that answers the age-old question of questions: "How can a mortal be just with God?" (Job 9:2, Emphasized Bible).
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