Sin Destroys Man’s Dependence On God

The entire human race was plunged into hopeless misery as a direct consequence of sin.

After the fall of Adam and Eve, the human race find themselves in a huge mess dealing with the massive implications that come along with that particular disobedience. When Adam and Eve were brought into this world, they were sinless before God, which means that they were perfect in every way. In fact, they had to be this way because their lives came from God who is all perfect by nature, which also means that everything He makes has to reflect who He really is as a perfect and holy God. 

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Jesus Christ’s Death Sets Us Free From Sin

It’s very important to realize there is a strong reason that Jesus had to leave His throne in heaven in order to come down to this earth, which is corrupted up to the core by all types of inconceivable sins and wickedness of depraved men. Besides, there is also a good reason that He lived a sinless and blameless life by obeying God in everything. Shockingly, at the end of His earthly ministries, He willingly laid down His life for all men for the sole purpose of paying the full cost for their sins committed against a holy and righteous God. So, the point of His death is very clear due to the fact that we could not have paid that infinite cost on our own. As a result, He gave His life for us by shedding His precious blood in order to eliminate that eternal debt.

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Liberty Does Not Mean License

One of the greatest blessings that comes from being a Christian is that God saves us simply because He is good and offers us salvation as a gift that does not require any conditions to receive except our willingness to take it. Isn’t that wonderful? Doesn’t that prove God is a loving God? God does not only provide us salvation through His Son Jesus Christ, He gives us the awesome privilege to become His children. In fact, by becoming His children, we have the right to inherit His promises.

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