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The bible in the book of Romans (Ch5.vs7) tells us that the time when we were without the strength to help ourselves Jesus Christ died for the ungodly, and in verse 8 that God demonstrated His love to us that while we were sinners Jesus died for us.


These 2 verses have something to say about us and something about the Lord Jesus. They tell us that we have not the strength to help ourselves and that the thing that takes away our strength is our sin. When someone needs rescuing maybe from a fast flowing river or a deep hole in the ground it is always because they cannot save themselves. If they could they would not need to be rescued. The same is true of Christian Salvation.† We need rescuing from the spiritual state which we are in because there is nothing we can do to save ourselves. The book of Romans tells us that everyone has fallen below Godís standard (Ch3.23) so every person in the whole world needs this salvation. The problem is our sin. When the first man, Adam, sinned, sin entered into the nature of human beings and it is passed on from generation to generation. It is easy to see the results of the sin in the way that people behave towards one another. The murder, stealing, hatred, adultery and so on are the outworking of the sin in peopleís natures.† Worse though that than is the fact that we just donít believe God and what He has done for us.


All the cultures in the world are devised to exclude the Living God from lives and to find some other way of life and salvation apart from Jesus Christ. No one has lived up to the standard of rightness which God requires of us and therefore by our natures we are rightly children of wrath and in need of salvation.

But God still loves us and has made a way of escape by providing forgiveness and rightness for us in His Son Jesus Christ. God did it when we really needed it, when we were still in our sin. We donít have to sort our own lives out first but Jesus died when we were still in our sins. The answer is already there.


Jesus died for our sins. Why did he have to die? It was necessary that someone

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