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Finish Line Ministries bases its name on the finished work of Christ. When Jesus Christ completed His work on the cross, He uttered the words “it is finished.” This statement by Jesus has aspects, ramifications, and benefits too numerous to list, but the understanding and application of this phrase is essential to a living vibrant and meaningful life on earth.

D_Niceley_GFI_09Each week, if not each day, I talk with people from all walks of life. Some have an extensive church background while others have no knowledge of Jesus whatsoever. Many people who have been exposed to God, Jesus, and/or “church” consistently say that they have never heard terms such as “In Christ,” “Born Again,” or that Christian Religion and Biblical Christianity are really two different things. My focus is to be “real” with anyone and everyone who is interested in connecting with God, and to guide them to an understanding and application of what Jesus meant when He said “It is finished.”

-DN

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  1. Scott Kopach says:

    Danny,

    It’s Thursday morning and I’ve just finished listening to last nights lesson in Hebrews 8. All I can say is “Hallelujah, Amen and Amen”. How many people would have a cow if they heard that “Jesus did not atone for our sin.” Although I have never heard this from the pulpit, your explanation of the word atone makes clear that our sins were not covered over, but, that they have been removed, forever. I just want to say I will be rejoicing over this all day. Thanks again for your faithful instruction and I look forward to next weeks lesson.
    Thanks brother,
    Scott

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