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The Creation: 

In the beginning God made the heavens and the Earth (Gen 1:1). He made all of the plants and animals. Finally He made a man and a woman and gave them commandment to have dominion over the animals and take care of the plants (Gen 1:26-28). When God made everything it was perfect and the man and the woman were sinless (Gen 1:31). God also gave them a commandment that there was a tree which they were forbidden from eating (Gen 2:17-25). Every other tree they could eat from but not this “tree of the knowledge of good and evil.” It was a test of their obedience and faith in God. 

The Fall and Promise: 

Unfortunately the woman disobeyed God and in rebellion ate the fruit of the forbidden tree. Then she gave the fruit to her husband and he ate too and sinned (Gen 3). When this happened, sin entered the world and death (Rom 5:12). The world was cursed by God (Gen 3:17) until a Savior would be sent who would pay the penalty for sin and restore the fellowship between God and man (Rom 3:25-26). The Bible called this promise the “seed” of the “woman” (Gen 3:15). 

The Covenant Family: 

God made a promise to a prophet named Abraham (Gen 12:3) that from His family would come a Savior who would restore all things. His descendents waited for this person who would be called Messiah, Savior and Redeemer. This man would be God in the flesh, would live a sinless life, and offer himself as a perfect sinless sacrifice for the sins of the world, and be resurrected on the 3rd day. This promise was foreshadowed in animal sacrifices. One special sacrifice was called “Passover” (Ex 12) and a perfect young lamb would be slain. The Bible predicted that this man would be born from a certain family (Psa 110:1), in a specific city (Mi 5:2), at a certain time in history (Dan 9:26) and that He would be born supernaturally from a virgin (Isa 7:14). 

The Promise Fulfilled in Jesus Christ: 

At about 2000 years ago this promise was fulfilled and the prophecies were fulfilled. Jesus was born from a virgin (Matt 1:18), in the prophesied town (Matt 2:1), and to the correct family (Luke 1:32). This man Jesus Christ was the eternal Son of God (Matt 8:29). God who took on flesh (Isa 9:6). He then lived a sinless life (Heb 4:15) because He was fully God and fully man. He did not inherit sin because He was born of a virgin. And then after living a sinless life that no one else could, because of His love, He offered Himself on the cross as a perfect sinless sacrifice to bare the wrath of God for sinners (John 3:16-19). He died as our representative and satisfied God’s wrath for sin. He succeeded where the first man failed (1 Cor 15:45). Then on the 3rd day He was resurrected (John 2:19-22) and this showed that the penalty for sin was paid in full. The good news of the Bible is that God has sent the promised Savior, the prophecies have been fulfilled, and He now grants forgiveness of sins and eternal life through Jesus Christ. 

The Nature of God: 

So who is God then who would do such a wonderful thing to save guilty men and women? The Bible says God is Holy, morally perfect and separate from creation (Isa 6:3, 55:8-9, 2 Cron 2:6, 6:18, Neh 9:6). God says “be Holy, for I am Holy” (1 Pet 1:15-16) and requires perfection (Matt 5:48). God is a righteous judge (Psa 98:9), all powerful, all knowing and unchangeable (Psa 147:5, Heb 13:8). You can’t avoid or pervert His judgment (Psa 139:8, Dan 4:35). God “searches the heart” and will “render to every man according to his deeds.” (Jer 17:10) God is love and hates evil (1 John 4:16, Prov 6:16-19). He shows mercy to “thousands that love Him and keep His commandments” but won’t clear the guilty. (Deut 7:9, Num 14:18). 

The Nature of Man: 

Are you a good person according to God’s perfect standard? God requires perfection in every thought, word and deed? Please consider some of God’s commandments. God says “you shall not tell lies!” Have you ever told a lie? (Exo 20:16) God says that “all liars have their part in the lake of fire” which is called Hell (Rev 21:8). God said “do not commit adultery!” and “you shall not kill!” Have you ever lusted at someone else’s spouse, or hated someone without cause? (Ex 20:13-14) Jesus said this is the same before a Holy God as adultery and murder (Mat 5:21-22, 28). The Bible says if you break “one commandment” you are guilty of breaking all of the commandments (James 2:10). By God’s standard you are a lying, adulterous murderer just based on these few commandments. God says that “the soul that sins shall die” (Eze 18:4) and be cast into Hell. Hell is a place of punishment which is described as flames, agony, and darkness (Mark 9:48, Matt 25:30, Luke 16:23, Rev 14:11). Any sin is an infinite offense against an infinitely Holy God; so an eternal Hell is justice (Rom 2:9). Consider, if a criminal says “I am sorry” is a good judge going to release him? No, he will say, “I am glad you are sorry for your crimes, but the law demands justice.” God will punish all and every sin and being “sorry” will not clear your guilt. God says, “there is none righteous” (Rom 3:10-18) and all of our “righteousness are filthy rags” (Isa 64:6). 

The Great Problem: 

God also says that it is an abomination to justify the wicked (Prov 17:15). The Great Dilemma: So how can a Holy God forgive guilty sinners? A criminal can’t pay the fine, but if another pays it, then justice is satisfied. This is what Jesus did for you (1 Tim 1:15, Rom 5:6, 1 Cor 15:3, Heb 9:15). 

Your Only Hope is Jesus Christ: 

God took on flesh (Heb 2:14), Jesus lived a sinless life and in love offered Himself on the cross as a sacrifice (John 3:16-18, 1 Pet 1:19, John 8:46) baring the wrath of God for your sin (1 Pet 3:18). He died, was buried, and resurrected the 3rd day showing the penalty fully paid (Luke, 9:22, Rom 4:25). 

What God Commands You: 

Salvation is by grace, through faith, in Jesus alone (Eph 2:8, Acts 4:12, John 14:6). God commands “all men everywhere to repent” and trust in Jesus Christ and what He did on the cross (Acts 17:30, Mark 1:15). God is not commanding you to merely try to perform good works or make sacrifices. God says that “the sacrifices of God are a broken spirit and a contrite heart” (Psa 51:17). “To this one I will look, he that is humble and of a contrite spirit, and trembles at My word.” (Isa 66:2, 57:15, James 4:6). So repent, believe and humbly cry out to God confessing and forsaking your sins (James 4:8, Rom 6:2). Pray for God to give you repentance and faith (Acts 11:18). Beg God for mercy because He is rich in mercy (Psa 41:4, Luke 18:13, Prov 28:13) “He that comes to Me, I will in no wise cast out” (John 6:37, Rom 10:13). 

The New Spiritual Birth: 

Jesus said you “must be born again” (John 3:3-8). When you place your trust in Jesus Christ you will become a “new creature” (2 Cor 5:17). God will change your heart to desire Holiness. Your sin will be put on Jesus, and His righteousness will be put on you (2 Cor 5:21, 1 Cor 1:30, Rom 4:8, 1 Pet 2:24). God will then see you as righteous before Him because of what Jesus did on the cross which you have now received by faith. 

Instruction for New Believers: 

Get a Holy Bible, read it daily and obey it. Start in the Gospel of John and read to the end. Then go back to the beginning. Find Christian church which preaches through the Bible. 

Final Warning to Hypocrites: 

If you are already a professing Christian, then God commands you to “examine yourself” (2 Cor 13:5) and see if you faith in Jesus is genuine. Ask yourself if you are really trusting in Jesus alone, or if you are trusting in your own “good” works? If you are trusting in your works then you cannot stand before a Holy God and be justified unless you are absolutely perfect which God warns is impossible. So read 1 John and compare yourself and your life to Scripture. “Make your calling and election sure.” (2 Pet 1:10) To hypocrites Jesus will say “I never knew you, depart from me, you who work lawlessness.” (Matt 7:22-23). Please do not take your salvation in Jesus Christ lightly.

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