What Christians Want You to Know

July 15, 2009 at 8:33 am | Posted in I Corinthians, Salvation | 5 Comments
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What are are true Christians trying to accomplish? Mainly, we want to obey God’s Word. We want to please Him by doing what He has told us to do. In short, our main goal is the same as the main goal of the true Christian Church for the past 2000 years. “We preach Christ crucified.” (I Corinthians 1:23)

Who was this Christ? He is and was the Son of God and God Himself in a body of flesh. Why was He crucified? He was crucified to pay the price for sin, so that sinners, by trusting in Him, could be reconciled to God.

To avoid the horrible and eternal cost of paying the price for your own sins, you must know God’s Son, Jesus Christ, personally, as your Savior. (Romans 10:13)

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