“Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures” (I Corinthians 15:3)

“Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures” (I Corinthians 15:3)
Having succeeded in creating the perfect man, energy could now teach ‘man to man’ how he could be saved. Redemption was from life in the human form. Each soul needed and could be saved. This he taught all around him in his lifetime through “The Sermon on the Mount”,” The Lord’s Prayer”, “The Parables”. His commandment was, “Love one another as I have loved you”.  “Forgive Seventy times Seven”. Even at death he said “Father Forgive them….
His penultimate statement was,“I am the Way, the Truth and the Life “(John 14:6)

Once we understand the Way the Lord led his life, the Truth of what he said, and his Life being part of the energy which is the source of all existence, man would be able to liberate himself from human bondage, seek higher forms of expression and ultimately unite with the source in Heaven.

Death on the Cross was Incidental and Inconsequential, ‘Not his Life’. We have to live by his Life and Teachings. In spite of having said “My Kingdom is not of this world”, the Kingdom was created and so was the theory of Resurrection. Resurrection or Conquest of Death was by the Life he led, wherein he overcame the recycle of Human birth. This was the Resurrection he spoke of. Unfortunately his teachings are not lived by, and the faith today revolves around Christmas – Good Friday – Easter. We need to remember “Christ lived to teach us to redeem ourselves from our sins”



About rproy

Writing has been my Passion like Painting,Photography and the other Fine Arts.Engineering has been a necessity and Medicine a fulfillment.
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