domingo, 11 de setembro de 2016
Salvation is act created by God, that had used his son to conciliate us with himself. And it is also a demonstration of the greatest love of God by the whole humanity.
It is the greatest gift of God, to all, his most perfect creation. This masterpiece!
In Athus 4:12, we see that there is no salvation to that is not under the name of Jhesus.There is no other name! Without Jhesus nobody reaches the paradise, because
Jhesus is the entrance of the gates of heaven.
The salvation of the humanity has two aspects to God: God wants it and the endless mercy.
And in 2 Corinthious 5:18, Paulo shows that we are brought together with God trought Christ that have given us the power of reconciliation. Oh, Glory!
In John 1:12, we notice the difference between the sons of God and the creatures of God. Sons are those who receive Jhesus and believe in his name, and follow his steps.
Cratures are those who live in the world and love his thongs.
Our salvation had cost a high price for Jhesus, but for us the salvation is Free, since we would never be able to pay for it, not even by the grace of God. And this is shown in Ephesius 2:8 e 9.
We all need salvation, and we all need to regret to our sins because the sins have entered in the Eden, right after the creation of the world.
And God only demanded obedience from men. And God hasn't answered! Men desobeyed, infringed and committed sin.
And for all descendants of men, it was transmitted us an inheritance. The stigma of the sin and death. All that happen to us is inherited from the sins and this is very clear in Romans 5:12, that says: "Concluding the same way that the sin had entered in the world throug one man and because of the sin the death had been directed to all human being, therefore all had committed sins."
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No site Religión en Libertad, do qual emprestamos quase todos os dados para este artigo, há informações espantosas a respeito do culto luterano naquele país.
Uma delas foi, por imposição do Parlamento em 1960, a ordenação de mulheres como sacerdotisas; essa igreja faz cerimônias para as uniões de casais do mesmo sexo desde 2007 e, desde 2009, celebra seus “casamentos” religiosos. Por sua vez, a “bispa” luterana de Estocolmo, capital do país, é uma lésbica militante e ativista, “casada” com outra pastora. A diocese de Upsala, uma das mais importantes do país, também é regida por uma “arcebispa”. Não sabemos sua orientação.
Para começar, há o exemplo do atual bispo de Estocolmo, D. Anders Arborelius [foto], luterano convertido que se tornou o primeiro cidadão sueco e o segundo escandinavo a se tornar bispo católico desde a época da pseudo-Reforma protestante no século XVI.