The Death Of Jesus Was Not The Ultimate. It Wasn’t God’s Ultimate Plan-According to Chris Oyakhilome

The Death Of Jesus Was Not The Ultimate. It Wasn't God's Ultimate Plan-According to Chris Oyakhilome

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome recently highlighted the ability of Jesus Christ’s atoning work to free people from the bonds of sin and its effects in a Facebook post. The pastor dives into the core of the gospel, emphasizing that Jesus made the ultimate sacrifice of atonement for all people, so offering redemption to everyone’s spirit and soul. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

According to him, “To deliver from sin and it’s consequences by sacrifice: Jesus paid the redeeming sacrifice for everyone and that’s what the gospel of Jesus Christ is about. It is Salvation for man’s soul/spirit. In this salvation, he gives us something. A lot of times, we talk of what he took away (my sin, my condemnation). Most people don’t mention what he gave. The death of Jesus was only a means to an end. The death of Jesus was not the ultimate. It wasn’t God’s ultimate plan. His death was paid. Satisfying the claims of Justice for all men. His death settled the debt. But there was much more. Christianity does not begin with the death of Jesus. It begins with the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Until a man believes in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, he cannot be saved. (Of course the lesser is Included in the greater). Through his death, he brought us Justification. This means to be acquitted or declared not guilty.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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