Jesus Cares For You

Jesus Cares For You



Saturday, March 21, 2009

Claiming Our Rights

We understand that God created man, and placed him here in the earth and conferred upon him certain legal rights. These rights, man transferred to Satan, God's enemy. This brings the Devil into the plan and so he must be dealt with. The whole scheme of Redemption is God seeking to redeem the human race from Adam's sin, and doing it upon such an equitable basis that it will satisfy the claims of justice, meet the needs of man and defeat Satan on legal grounds. When Jesus paid our penality, he arose from the dead, defeated Satan and broke his dominion and took away his authority and power that he had over God's creation. On the grounds of this victory, the sinner has a legal right to:

1. Accept Jesus Christ as a personal savior.
2. Has a legal right to Eternal Life.
3. Has a legal right to a home in Heaven.
4. Has a legal right to the use of the name of Jesus in prayer.
5. Has a legal right to the Father's protection and care.
6. Has a legal right to a son's and daughter's place in the Family of God.
7. Has a legal right to the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit.
8. Has a legal right to immortality for the body.
9. Has a legal right to an inheritance in the New Heaven and New Earth.
10. Has a legal right to live with his Father throughout Eternity.

Also, as Christians, there is no excuse for spiritual weakness and poverty when the wealth of Grace and the Love of our great Father God with his wisdom are at our disposal.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The Judgement of God, Part 1.

Can God legitimately judge all mankind fairly without being impartial? Yes, I believe that God can judge mankind fairly.

First of all, to be a judge one must be qualified to satisfy a requirement or meet a specified level of competence, also weigh the evidence or infraction before applying judgment or sentencing.

According to (Romans 2:11) God does not love some people more than others and God dose not show favoritism. Now that’s fair and equal treatment according to God’s word. (John 3:16) states that God so loved the world he gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him( the son of God) shall not perish but have eternal life.

Personally, I believe in the total depravity of man, and that man is incapable of performing any work that would change his standing with God. (Roman 3:10) states there are no one righteous no not one. According to (John 14:6) Jesus is the way the truth and the life, no one comes to the father except through him.

My questions is, do all mankind go to hell if they do not confess Jesus as their lord and savior, and what about the people who lived long ago who never heard of Jesus?

This will be continued in Part 2 of the discussion.

Monday, March 2, 2009


When the unbeliever die, he is in his spiritual form, goes to Hell to remain there until the Second Resurrection when his old body will be raised full of sin, disease and corruption. Hell is the jail where fallen angels and fallen men are locked up when under indictment until their sentences are passed on them, then they go into what is called in Revelation the Lake of Fire, the Gehenna of the New Testament. The Lake of Fire is the Federal Prison of Eternity, Hell is simply the County Jail.

Isaiah 66:24 speaks of Hell as a place where the "fire is not quenched, and the worm shall not die, an abhorrence to all flesh". In Luke 16:19-31, Jesus gives us a picture of Hell when He talks about "A certain rich man" when in hell he lifted up his eyes. You will notice that although he was in hell, he could see, think and feel. That let's us know that, you do not have to have a body to be you, you only need a body to live on earth.