AWMI.net Home Link
This Week’s TV
TV Broadcast Schedules
USA Cable/Satellite TV
The Inside Story
Andrew’s Featured Videos
Event Video Archives
Live Stream Archives
Special Live Streams
Live Bible Study Archives
Truth and Liberty Archives
History of the Sanctuary
Event Audio Archives
Radio & Podcast Archives
Bible Reading Plan
Gospel Truth Magazine
Christian Survival Kit
Date: 10/7/2021 1:25:34 AM ( 3 mon ) ... viewed 172 times
Matthew 26:2 'Ye know that after two days is the feast of the passover, and the Son of man is betrayed to be crucified.'
In Israel, crucifixion was a common sight. This practice was first mentioned in scripture as one used by the Egyptians (Gen. 40:19). Anyone hung upon a tree was accursed by God according to the Mosaic law (Dt. 21:22-23).
Failure to obey the law brought on the curse. Praise God that Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law by bearing the curse for us. Now, through Christ, we will never receive any curse from God even though we still disobey the law in some way. Justice was satisfied when Jesus died for the law that we broke, thus paying the prescribed penalty and bearing the curse.
There is no condemnation awaiting us from the law; for we died in Him.
A Christian who still walks in condemnation is being condemned by the devil or himself. It's not God who condemns us (Rom. 8:34). It is the law that brought God's adverse sentence against us.
When the government condemns a building it is declared unfit for use and must be destroyed. Likewise, when Satan condemns us, he makes us feel unfit for use and ready to be destroyed. Since the Christian is no longer under the law, he should no longer be condemned or feel unfit for use. We have been accepted by the Father through Jesus.
God convicts of sin but He doesn't condemn (Rom. 8:34). Conviction is solely for our profit with no malice, while condemnation includes punishment. Satan is the one who condemns the Christian, but the Holy Spirit has given us the power to escape that condemnation.
Add This Entry To Your CureZone Favorites!Print this page
Email this page