Sunday, March 31, 2013

387. Jesus Came to Die

The death of Jesus Christ was foreordained since the foundation of the world. It was not the result of being betrayed or because law-zealous Pharisees or Pontius Pilate had him killed. He was not murdered. He willingly gave His life for our sins so that we could experience justification by His blood that was shed for all. To understand this demonstration of love brings us to a place of humility and peace. Christ did not die in vain. No law or commandment could bring us righteousness. Only by the blood of His death and suffering could we be perfected.

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  1. I found out that when he died for the whole world that yes all were forgiven, but that did not bring life a new one in the Spirit of God, and this is by the resurrection, and I found out one need ask for this to be born again, from God andhe will do it if one believes, then they will receive the 1 cor. 13 love tha goes on forever and that love will be shed abroad in their heart, their cup overflowing in Love

    Romans 5:10
    For if, while we were God’s enemies, we were reconciled to him through the death of his Son, how much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved through his life!

    1. Yep indeed, Howard. The fact that the forgiveness of sins was provided for all people through the blood of Jesus is a wonderful thing, but forgiveness is definitely not the same as the regeneration of life that comes through faith.