It is of much significance that Jesus took the guilt of the world in the light of God. Many will be critiqued for going, or not going to church this weekend in celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. With so many flocking the churches, it a good sense of potential for the kingdom of God. A window to where we are as a nation. It’s time we allow or guilt to work in our favor. Guilt is the only motivating factor to being born again in Christ.
No man can see God and live, so the plan is that God see’s Himself in His Son. Him who knew no sin became sin. Him who was not man became a man. God can’t look on evil so He looks to His only begotten Son. Whoever believes in Jesus shall not die even when our body dies.
No man can see God and live, not even Jesus. The God thing is Jesus conquered death and rose from the dead all by Himself. His death is the first of many in that death is swollowed up in life. An act we must replicate everyday.
It is good public relations to celebrate the life of Christ, but if God never intended for us to us to live beyond death, Hebrews 6:1 http://biblehub.com/hebrews/6-1.htm
could have been left out. If God permits, some of us will live beyond the enterance to salvation.
God uses the strength of evil to defeat evil in as much as He uses our guilt to save us. We are all guilty so let guilt work for us. Let it die and let us emerge from our own death experiences. Let the joy of the Lord be our strength instead of this dead and broken life we so willingly endure.
Don’t worry be happy.
God might not see you as you are but He can hear you where you are. His own voice echos to us in all that we hear. Even Jesus prayed His way through as a man. Even now He is praying an intercession for us continually. How often we confess that we should have need dead already. Somebody’s prayer is working for us.
So they took away the stone. And Jesus lifted up his eyes and said, “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. That was about His good friend Lazarus in demonstration of His own death anyone who becomes His friend.
God can’t look on our evil, but He can hear us cry from where He is.