Praise God! Welcome to MFM USA Blog. This series is titled God’s Plan to Save You. It is broken into 3 sections thus for your convenience:
- The Fall of Man
- The Story of Redemption
- How Does Jesus Save Us?
We encourage you to ready the article all the till the end. May God Himself teach you and give you the divine insight. Amen!
From the first chapter of Genesis through the closing scenes in Revelation, the Bible is the book of God’s salvation. From the start to finish, its one unifying theme is that of grace and forgiveness for sinner through God’s redeeming work in Jesus Christ. Whatever else you gain through reading of the Bible, it would be tragic if you missed the heart of its message for – God’s gracious provision of Jesus Christ as the atonement for sin. Continue Reading
Continued from previous post: The Fall of Man
So the story of redemption and sacrifice begins, and it is repeated throughout the Word of God, culminating in the coming of Jesus and His sacrifice on our behalf. We discover through the Bible that a person relationship
with God is not dependent on good works that we do, or on church membership, or even on living a highly moral life. Rather, God’s amazing grace is the fountain through which redemption flow to us.
Separated from God by sin and guilt, we all face two primary spiritual needs. First, we need to be restored to fellowship with God. We are truly before God, and somehow we must find forgiveness .We must face the problem of our sin, and there is no answer to this need within ourselves. The only answer is the Lord Jesus Christ. Continue Reading
Continued from previous post: The Story of Redemption
John the Baptist calls Jesus the “Lamb of God, who take away the sin of the world” (John 1:29). Jesus came into this world knowing what it would cost Him, and He explains that salvation comes through His death on the cross as the perfect and sufficient sacrifice for our sins (3:14-15). He bore in His pure being the fullness of sin, that God might forgive sinners and make them pure. And the price of Christ’s bearing those sins was death. The gates of salvation are open wide to all who accept His invitation to enter by faith.
Chapter 18 – 19 describe Jesus’ death, and then chapter 20 describes His glorious triumph over death as He rose from dead. Jesus’ resurrection means that he can give eternal life to all who believe in Him. “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believe in me, though he die, yet shall he live and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die” (John 11:25-26). Continue Reading