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Sin of The Torah… First five books of the Bible.

30-1-2008

Sin is first in Genesis as beginning with Adam and Eve, who disobeyed God by eating fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil [Gen. 3.9]. The Jewish Scriptures, which Christians call the Old Testament, desribe sin in a number of ways…..

Sin is breaking the Law of Moses and failing to live as God intended [Exod 20.20, 32.31-34] or turning one’s back on God to follow other gods [Ezek 44.10]

Defying God or rebelling against God [Jer 2.22-24, 29-37], with the result that a right relationship with God is broken.

Sins are acts of violence against others (even to think this against a brother is sin0 [Gen 6.10-12], or ways of secretly hurting or harming others [Ps 64.1-6].

Sin occurs when the people do not follow the Law of Moses by failing to offer correct sacrifices, Makes them unfit to come to God’s presence [Lev 4-5, Num 5.1-4].

Sinful people are proud of the wrongs they have done [Isa 2.12]. The prophets understood this pride to come out of an evil human heart [Jer 17.9-11].

Sin is not living up to or reflecting God’s glory. Humans are to reflect God’s glory since they were created in God’s image [Gen 1.27, Ps 8.3-8]. Sinful people do not live by the law or love others as God desires. This is why Paul says in Rom 3.23 that, All of us have sinned and fallen short of God’s glory.”

The sin of one person can have consequences for many others. Like when the head of the Family did wrong, all members were considered guilty [Josh 7, Deut 22.21-22]. God was expected to punish the wicked like me, and the final punishment was to be death [Gen 2.17, Exod 21.15-17, Lev 24.10-17]

So I ask you after reading the old testament you find many prophetic references to the Messiah and His coming.

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Ah but now here comes our saviour!! A new message in the new testament. All people are descendants of Adam and are inheritors of sin that leads to death. But Jesus brings new life because He brings forgiveness. This new life includes being raised to life from the dead [1Cor 15.22-23]. God (Jesus’) death is to take away the power of sin [Rom 3.9] by having Jesus suffer the guilt for the sins of everyone [1Cor 15.3, 2Cor 5.21]. He was sacrificed in order to forgive sins [Rom 3.25-26, Heb 2.17, 9.25-28]. Jesus paid the penalty for our sins, this gives us a new agreement, which includes eternal life [Rom 6.23].

Also notice how the Pharisees constantly challenged Jesus?  ever wonder why?  Jesus said their RELIGION made it too difficult for people to see and be with God!! Are you taking part in a religion that makes it difficult for you to see and be with Jesus our heavenly Father God?  Try just reading the Bible, God made this so no man can fool you from what God has said.  Do not take my word on it take Gods very word from the Bible, and yes it was created through men that have the Holy Spirit to hear, see, and fear God.

Instead of us being slaves to sin, God’s new people are now slaves to God with His wonderful promises. [Rom 6.20-22]

God bless all of you, now you too have been forgiven. 🙂

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Prophecy is foretelling an event in such detail before it happens so as to necessarily require divine guidance. The Bible is a book containing hundreds of detailed prophecies. There are, for example, well over 60 distinct predictions in regard to our divine Saviour Jesus Christ. Here is a sample of just 10 prophecies that foretold the crucifixion of Christ.

Lots of God’s love given unto you and you for the building of the eternal kingdom that comes…..soon.
Either sin is with you, lying on your shoulders, or it is lying on Christ, the Lamb of God. Now if it is lying on your back, you are lost; but if it is resting on Christ, you are free, and you will be saved.
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O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken.

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