|Save on Pinterest|
God formed Adam and then breathed His own being into him...but Adam left this oneness of life to be a self.
He became like a limb separated from a body; dead, rotted, and returned to the dust he had come from.
In time God revealed to men, by Moses, who He created them to be. Also how the separated nature by which they now existed could never have life in it.
This horrible truth balanced by a promise that He himself would heal this separation.
Our actions do show the source of our life my Kindle book on Galatians (affiliate link)
As the breath of God made Adam to live so the man Yeshua of Nazareth (whom we call Jesus) had his life and being as one with God.
Through His Messiah God brought us into the fullness of covenant by making us one with His Son. We received Jesus shared life of God and He received our death.
God testified to all creation that our death could not be overcome by our own vigor. Death was only overcome by His life resurrecting His Son and all those in covenant with him.
"Christianity" is the death of a self generated life. We received from Adam that which is in truth death through the act of trying to be our own creator.
Only the crucifixion and resurrection of Messiah can redeem us. It is trust, reliance, and expectation of God's breath becoming our life which make us whole.
The life crafted by the works of our own doing must die at the cross. It is then we are free to trust our heavenly Father to live in us made one with us by His Spirit.
We are to be His sons, witnesses, spouse, and one with Him.
We become life, love, and existent instead of acting in ways we belief these things to be.
The way to destruction is broad but the way to the Father is only by grace through Faith. Centered in the one man, Messiah Yeshua, whose very name means God (alone) saves.