Jesus came to serve a people considerably inferior to Himself as a light to dispel darkness. The Bible tells us that we do not have to live as slaves but as sons of God and heirs to the Father's kingdom. This simply means that despite our undeserving we may turn... ... middle of paper ... ...liever now has assurance that his every sin will be forgiven dependent not on the sacrifice of an animal but on sincere repentance. God loves His people and has provided them with a way by which they can be cleansed and sanctified, making them acceptable to him. The new covenant, therefore, leads to a desire to do what is right.
(Psalms 118) Thanking God: Heavenly Father, we thank You for Your mercy, grace and above all ... Your love. Without it we have no hope ... we have no future ... we have no life! We thank You for Your ability to look beyond our faults, and see our needs. We rejoice in Your mercy, for it has "made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions"; Your grace, for "it is by grace that we have been saved"; and Your love, for in love You "sent Your one and only Son into the world that we might live through Him."
Jesus has come into the world as a human to show his dignity and save us from sin; he was the world and of all creation. As we come to read more about Jesus we get to know Jesus more, we learn about what he did, how he did it and why he had to do these saving actions. In the book One the Incarnation by Saint Athanasius it talks about why Jesus became human for our salvation. Jesus had no reason not to enter into the world as a human, because “it was right that they should be thus attributed to his as man, in order to show that his body was a real one and not merely an appearance” (Athanasius 15). Showing that it was important for Jesus to be a human and spread his knowledge among us; to help us learn and be able to teach other through oral and written tradition.
God heard our cry for help and answered our prayers through the incarnation of Jesus in which He became man in order to save us. He saved us from the Original Sin committed by Adam and Eve that corrupted humanity. This is why Jesus Christ, the Son of God, took responsibility for us, His people, by becoming a man and dying a completely human death for the sake of our salvation. Works Cited Pohle, Amanda. "On the Incarnation."
The incarnation of Jesus was the first step in God’s plan to save humanity and restore our relationship with Him. This seems completely ridiculous to some people, but it was necessary for Jesus to take on human nature. The Bible presents us with several passages of Scripture that reveal to us Jesus’ true identity as the second person in the Trinity. John 1:1-14 refers to Jesus, the son of God, as “the Word”. It explains that this “Word” was in the beginning, was God, and became flesh and dwelt among us.
Christians believe in the true and ultimate God. Christians believe that God is the only real true God. Unlike most religions, Christianity is not focused on good deeds or religious rituals, but is focused mainly on “enjoying a relationship with God and growing to know him better.” Christians have a personal relationship with God. Jesus Christ is God’s son. God sent his son to earth in human form.
Jesus was the incarnation. In other words, he was God with flesh on, completely equal and inseparable from God. Jesus’s ministry was to proclaim the Word of God, but what separates him from other profits seen through the bible,is that he spoke under his own authority. As prophet Jesus confronts sin. Jesus listens,
Jesus, the Savior, was needed mainly because humanity was being led astray from the path of righteousness. The human race was created by God, and that is why He was the only one who could save the humans and bring them back to life. Through coming down in a human embodiment and dying on the cross, Jesus Christ defeated death and brought salvation to all who believe in and follow Him. If mankind continues to follow the teachings and examples of how to live set by Jesus, then the future hope of our own resurrections into the Kingdom of God look very promising. Works Cited Pohle, Amanda.
Humans cannot exhibit agape love for anything or anyone, but rather, only God can. God shows us agape love through Jesus’ crucifixion for our redemption. By sacrificing His one and only Son, God has freed humanity from sin. What about those that still sin? Does God truly love everyone with such unconditionality, or is His agape love reserved for an elite few?
He is known as the one who has come to save the Christians and to guide them to heaven. He is also known as the one to lead them to God “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me (John 14,6).” This quote Jesus had proclaimed himself for he was the one who opened the gates to heaven so that Christians may enter heaven. Also, Jesus had died for our sins so that if we followed in his footsteps we may be able to obtain salvation just like he did. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life (John 3,16).” In Christianity, we can see throughout the bible especially in the new testament that Jesus recited parables that helped us to understand what heaven was like and how to achieve it.