Posts Tagged ‘atonement’

Cleansing Blood. One.

Jesus our Passover Lamb.

In Isaiah 53 we are told what the Christ/Messiah would be like and the cost that he would pay for us, so that God could buy as back from the domain of Satan if we repented and believed in Jesus.

Many Christians get confused with John 3:16, because of the false doctrine of Replacement theology! God is now accepting His love to cover the gentiles as well as His people Israel! But when it comes to cleansing for sins, there is no change in His requirement for blood!

Accept now Jesus has made the final atonement for sin and all who trust in Him will receive the promise, hope of Eternal Life.  1 Corinthians 5:7.

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Jesus, witness the Truth. Two.

Hearing and accepting the Truth.

We may like to go to Church, to be religious, to keep the traditions and believe that going through the ritualism and occasional ‘Good Deeds is enough to be on the right side of God?

But the revelation of who Jesus was and His role of being born into human flesh were born by Pilate a few hours before the Jesus victory at the cross and His resurrection from the dead!

One has to hear the message of repentance, accept ones failure and turn to God! From this point not going back into the same sins again and again to make a mockery of the blood of Jesus who did once for the atonement of our sins?

John 18:37,   Mark 1:14,  Isaiah 9:6,   53:4-7,  Hebrews chapter 7 and 10,   1 John 1:9

‘Our round Tower!

Pentecost, living in the fullness of the Holy Spirit.

In the fullness of the Knowledge of God, that He is our round high tower. That He as taken division and pain from our hearts and set us free to be a people of building bridges.

That we live in the New Life in His final atonement for our sins, being empowered daily by the Holy Spirit?

It is when we put up barriers, make separation, cause division. We are in danger of quenching the Spirit of God.

Proverbs  18:10,  Isaiah 57:19b,  1 Peter 1:22-2:3.

Easter. Part-One.

Death.

The many traditions that have grown up around this time of the year are associated with New Life, flowers, bunnies and eggs. Life is indeed the outcome, but it was of death first and these symbols have nothing much to do with the reality of these middle-eastern events.

Jesus had to die on the tree of cursing, so that His death as the Passover Lamb all who believed in Him would come to a knowledge of Salvation and enter into relationship with God once more through the final atonement.

2 Corinthians 6:2,  Isaiah 49:8,   Matthew 26:26-28,   Acts 2:23,   1 Corinthians 5:8,   Hebrews 3:15.

Jesus First. Part-Four.

Two miracles of the Virgin Birth.

The mind of the world is depraved and one usually when bringing up this subject, will hear all the filth that humanity makes in accusations and talk that it never was.

Yet we as believers must believe in all the miracles and wonders of God, not just the bits that might fit our doctrines or what denomination or branch of Christianity that we belong to. The Ekklesia of Jesus is universal, we are but bricks or blocks being built or formed into a Spiritual building.

Jesus was concieved into His earthly morther Mary by the Holy Spirit. One perhaps could say it was a kind of Spiritual IVF? The second miracle was that Mary did not break he waters, as pregnant woman do in birthing. This proves that Mary was a virgin and that is all it proves. She is not devine or sinless, she is not our intrcession to God.

The Scriptures are very clear in relation to Jesus is the centre, the pivot and the focus of our faith in Him. His death was the final atonement required by the Law for human sin.

Luke 1:26-38, 2:5-7,  Hebrews chapter 10.

Pentecost, (50-Days). Part-Two.

The Holy Ghost/Spirit (Parakletos) is only given to believers in Jesus. In times past God gave the Holy Ghost to His Prophets and people he used to fulfill his plans (Exodus 31:3, Isaiah 42:1, 57:15) and will and then he could remove the Spirit. Psalm 51:11.

But we are warned that there still remains conditions to having the Holy Ghost and that we cannot take lightly the cost of the blood shed at the final atonement of the cross. We also must not insult the Holy Ghost by continuing to live as we did before we committed our lives to Him. 1 Corinthians 3:16, Hebrews 10:26-29, James 2:26.

Easter Story. Part-Three.

The Cross.

There were a lot of events occurring while Jesus was nailed on the cross that day. People stood watching, while others jeered at Him. Two criminals who deserved their punishment were also there. Jesus had to die for our sins, this was a once for all shedding of blood. This was the final and ultimate atonement for sins, it was for all who believed in his death and resurrection. Isaiah 53:12, Mark 15:27, Matthew 27:38, John 19:18, Luke 23:32-43.

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