owe a debt of gratitude to Jesus for its existence. He paid for your and my
life by His blood. If we accept His sacrifice, we are redeemed by Him from a
sin, and it means: from death. If we do not accept Jesus, we must pay ourselves
for our sins by our life. As once the Passover lamb saved
people who were listening to the Lord’s Word, so and today: he who admits Jesus as his
Savior through His sacrificed blood he will be saved.
by his own strength a man can not
be saved because by his nature he is sinful. On the bottom of any sin of a man -
greed, envy, hatred, jealousy and others the egoism , i.e. love for oneself, lies
Egoism is the base of our self-preservation, it is in our blood. We hear our
"I want" much clearer, than somebody’s else "I want".
Egoism leads to chaos, violation of the harmony, violation of the law and it means -
to death. Death and egoism won’t be included into the Lord’s Kingdom. And it
doesn't matter how hard we try, we won’t manage to win our egoism completely. In some
situation we will pursue our own ends and will always “pull a blanket on
ourselves ”. With our egoistic nature not renewed by Holy Spirit, we are not
worthy of the Kingdom of Heaven. We need to admit our sinfulness, to repent our sins and to accept the sacrifice of Jesus as the most precious gift from
God. Holy Spirit, who is given by the Lord of High to a man who entrusts his
to Jesus light up the man and makes him a child of God, worthy of Life.
«For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.» (John.3:16).
art my Son; this day have I begotten thee.
Serve the LORD with fear, and rejoice with trembling.
Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish from the way, when his wrath is
kindled but a little. Blessed are all they that put their trust in him»
has redeemed you and me by His blood. Remember that.
recognition of His sacrifice you are sinful and can not apply to God Almighty.
Jesus is the only intermediary between a man and God the Father.