The Hope of a Vilest Offender

The law makes us conscious of sin and causes fear in our hearts when we are caught in the act. We become afraid of the punishment accorded to the sin we committed and feel ashamed and worthless because the sin will be made known to all. The law, however, reveals sins; it does not convict sin.

The story of the woman caught in adultery can be likened to the vilest offender her accusers thought could never receive a pardon. This account is in John 8:1-12. The scribes and Pharisees must have watched her closely and knew about her promiscuity before the day her act was openly revealed. They always looked for a fault in Jesus and the only way to achieve their goal was to test Him using every opportunity available.

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Solution to Mankind

So how can God solve the problem for man to co-exist with Him in heaven?

By making man appear sinless before Him.

Jesus is the only person who could fulfill and did fulfill that requirement. When we receive Jesus as our Lord and Savior, our sin will be erased and Jesus record of perfectly keeping God’s standards will be put in the place of our imperfection. See how that works? We take on the new man.

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Know the Enemy

The only one who wants man’s downfall and is an enemy to man is the devil. He is man’s real enemy who seeks to destroy us by any means necessary but unfortunately many do not see it this way.

Jesus said in John 10:10 “The thief comes to steal, kill and to destroy.” That is and has been His agenda, to steal the life Christ has for us, to kill destinies and destroy man utterly completely. John 3:8 also states why Jesus came, it says “for this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil.” That is why during Jesus’ earthly ministry all He did was heal the sick, cast out demons, raise the dead, preach and teach the Kingdom of God and repentance. Anything contrary to this is the work of the devil. Sickness, demonic oppression, failure, stagnancy, bondage, etc all comes from the devil. Jesus furthermore stated that evil comes from the devil. (Mark 7:32-35, Luke 4:18-21, Mark 5:8, Acts 10:38).

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Who is your Spiritual Father?

John 1:12 – “But to as many as did receive and welcome Him, He gave the authority (power, privilege, right) to become the children of God, that is, to those who believe in (adhere to, trust in, and rely on) His name.” – [Isa. 56:5]

Only those that believe, receive and welcome Him have gotten this right, to be called Children of God. If we don’t have a relationship that exists with Jesus then we are not in His family and we have no right to enter His home.

I know many assume we are all “the Children of God.” That is a misnomer.

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Do I Have a Right to Heaven’s Door?

The issue is that mankind doesn’t want to let go of their sin.

When we are confronted by the sight of God’s Word, our sin is exposed. We would rather hide in the darkness and not face it. But if we still simply come to God, He will help us get rid of the sin that enslaves us. Instead of running from God, we ought to run to Him.

Now, Jesus told us that: He alone is the Way to the Father (John 14:6). To live with God all through eternity we have to go through the Way. There are so many ways but do they all lead to the same direction? Just as the Bible stated, there is a narrow way and a wide way does both ways lead to the same destination? Of course not only one does! God plainly gave us a direction to His house.

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