Some more thoughts to not comment on.

Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by percho, Mar 11, 2013.

  1. percho

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    for the wages of the sin [is] death YLT Rom. 6:23

    for I delivered to you first, what also I did receive, that Christ died for our sins, according to the Writings, YLT 1 Cor 15:3

    but with precious blood, as of a lamb unblemished and unspotted -- Christ's --
    foreknown, indeed, before the foundation of the world, and manifested in the last times because of you, YLT 1 Peter 1:19,20

    And bow before it shall all who are dwelling upon the land, whose names have not been written in the scroll of the life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world;

    Yahweh Elohim (God) gave his Son born of woman, born under the law. A human being, the I am, of John 8:58, of the I shall become, who I am becoming, of Ex. 3:14 God the Father and his human Son. This Son of God never, not even one little white lie, sinned. He was as, a lamb unblemished and unspotted. He was without sin. This can not be said of even one of the other billions on billions of humans who have lived.

    Jesus the Christ the Son of the living God. ( all other perceived gods are dead and are not, for there is only one God. Living implies, to Be) Jesus was the I Am of the God of what he said He would become and yet through generating in the woman a Son the Son became subject to not, to be, death.
    Death of Which Satan has the power thereof. Heb. 2:14 This human being, the Son, generated in the woman by God his Father, gave his life, his being, for our sins. Christ died for the ungodly.

    Did this Son of God need to be saved from death the wages of sin? Was the Son of God dead for three days and three nights?

    Was not the very promise of God, who can not lie, but promised before the beginning of time the hope of eternal life not made for this Son of God who would give his life, his being, a ransom for many?

    Did he not inherit this promise the very day his Father said, Thou art my Son this day have I begotten thee?

    Now for the rest of us.

    And bow before it shall all who are dwelling upon the land, whose names have not been written in the scroll of the life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world;

    Who writes the names in the scroll? Does God write them? Do we get to sign our own name when we accept Christ?
     
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