WHOM DID JESUS COME TO SAVE?

WHOM DID JESUS COME TO SAVE?

Whom did Jesus come to save?

It is humanbeings (according to the Christians), but according to the Bible, JESUS COME TO SAVE GOD;
Here God is in trouble and not Adam, that is why, in order to solve this trouble, God sacrificed a sinless person. Adam was punished by getting out from the Garden, and the one in trouble now is God. He wants to punish but He cannot because He is merciful. He wants to forgive but He cannot becouse He is just; He is in trouble.

So He incernated in an innocent and sinless man (according to Christians) and killed him on the cross to get out of this trouble.

In fact, who said God cannot forgive without Crucifixion?

According to the Bible in several times God forgives people without crucifiction:

“And the Lord repented of evil which He thought to do unto His people.”

[Exodus, 32:14].

Which means that God forgives sins and that was thousands of years before Jesus.
Forthermore, Jesus never talked about crucifixion or the original sin or eve uttered the name of such things by his tongue.

Furthermore, in the Old Testament it says:

“For God will bring every work into Judgment, including every secret thing, wether good or evil.”
[Ecclesiastes, 12:14].

“………….every man shall receive his own reward according to his own labour.”

[1 Corinthians, 3:8].

“But every one shall die for his own iniquity.”

[Jeremiah, 31:30].

“The fathers shall not be put to death for the children, neither shall the children be put to death for the fathers: every man shall be put to death for his own sin.”

[Deuternomy, 24:16].

Thus, according to the Bible, every one is responsible for his or her own actions.

In addition, the Bible says that ALL HUMAN BEINGS ARE BORN PURE AND SINLESS:

“But Jesus said, suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me; FOR SUCH IS THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN.”

[Matthew, 19:14].

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