Christ resurrected is the gospel. Our resurrection is our blessed hope. To receive the resurrection of an incorruptible body for eternity is easy. Believe that Jesus is Christ, the Son of God, who paid for our sins. We must repent, which is admitting that we are sinners and ask Jesus to save us. Moreover, we must confess from our mouth that Jesus is Lord
The consequences of his disobedience also included a change of mastership. We are no longer sons of God but sons of disobedience, Ephesians 2:2. Satan is now our master. In addition, since Satan destiny is to be separated from God for eternity in the lake of fire, the sons of disobedience have the same destiny. Jesus loved us so much and in as much as God does, that He would take our death sentence in exchange for His life. Therefore, who ever believe in Him is reinstate in the family of God.
Jesus blood did not only paid the penalty of our sins but also resurrected us with Him therefore reinstated us in the family of God. Not only are we reinstated, He appointed us to reign with Him, 2 Timothy 2:12. He is sharing His inheritance with us, Ephesians 1:11. There is only one catch…we are to accept Him, we are to believe that He is the One that paid for our sins, our disobedience. That simple. Just Believe, John 6:29. All sins from the beginning of time to the end of time had been forgiven, paid for everybody from Adam to the last born human.
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Isaiah 53 - CEB
- Who can believe what we have heard, and for whose sake has the Lord’s arm been revealed?
- He grew up like a young plant before us, like a root from dry ground. He possessed no splendid form for us to see, no desirable appearance.
- He was despised and avoided by others; a man who suffered, who knew sickness well. Like someone from whom people hid their faces, he was despised, and we didn’t think about him.
- It was certainly our sickness that he carried, and our sufferings that he bore, but we thought him afflicted, struck down by God and tormented.
- He was pierced because of our rebellions and crushed because of our crimes. He bore the punishment that made us whole; by his wounds we are healed.
- Like sheep we had all wandered away, each going its own way, but the Lord let fall on him all our crimes.
- He was oppressed and tormented, but didn’t open his mouth. Like a lamb being brought to slaughter, like a ewe silent before her shearers, he didn’t open his mouth.
- Due to an unjust ruling he was taken away, and his fate—who will think about it? He was eliminated from the land of the living, struck dead because of my people’s rebellion.
- His grave was among the wicked, his tomb with evildoers, though he had done no violence, and had spoken nothing false.
- But the Lord wanted to crush him and to make him suffer. If his life is offered[d] as restitution, he will see his offspring; he will enjoy long life. The Lord’s plans will come to fruition through him.
- After his deep anguish he will see light,[e] and he will be satisfied. Through his knowledge, the righteous one, my servant, will make many righteous, and will bear their guilt.
- Therefore, I will give him a share with the great, and he will divide the spoil with the strong, in return for exposing his life to death and being numbered with rebels, though he carried the sin of many and pleaded on behalf of those who rebelled.