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How could God have acted about
WITH LOVE (without justice)
Overlooking the transgression and
continue with the relation with man like
WITH JUSTICE (without love)
Destroying immediately Adam and
How did God act about
By GRACE, He acted
with JUSTICE and LOVE
“The theme of redemption
is one that the angels
desire to look into; it will be
the science and the song of
the redeemed throughout
the ceaseless ages of
, Steps to Christ, pp. 89-90)
The mystery of God’s love.
The mystery of God’s grace.
The mystery that was hidden for
centuries and ages.
The mystery of Atonement.
Although it wasn’t His duty to look for a solution
Although He knew that we couldn’t keep the law
His love led Him to look for a just solution which could
allow our salvation
He gave himself in our place!
Divine grace never showed
before (it wasn’t necessary)
Grace was necessary
because man doesn’t
deserve salvation; there is
no justification for our sin.
Grace makes salvation free
He paid the cost: Jesus died
for our sin.
1. The plan was created a long time before
man’s creation and before Satan’s
2. It was hidden from universe and from the
angels for centuries.
3. The mystery was about the ministry, death,
resurrection and mediation of Christ.
4. The intention of the plan was to restore
cosmic harmony through Christ.
5. This mystery was gradually revealed to
humanity and it is known through the
incarnation of Christ.
“O my Father, IF IT
BE POSSIBLE, let
this cup pass from way to
me”(Matthew, 26: 39)
The salvation of human race could
only be achieved through God’s
Jesus took Atonement very seriously. The NEED
of carrying out the mission of saving man marked
all His work.
quot;[The Son of man] must [it is
“Wist ye not that I must [it is
necessary for Him to] suffer many
necessary for Me to] be about
things, and be killed” (Mark, 8: 31)
my Father's business?” (Luke, 2: 49) Mateo, 26: 54; Luke, 9: 22; Luke, 17: 25;
Luke, 4: 43; Luke, 19: 5; John, 4: 4; Luke, 22: 39; Luke, 24: 7; Luke, 24: 46; John,
John, 9: 4 3: 14; John, 12: 34
HIS RESURRECTION HIS MEDIATION
“He must [it was necessary for
“Ought [Was necessary for] not
Him to] rise again from the
Christ to have suffered these
dead” (John, 20: 9)
Mark, 8: 31; Luke, 9: 22; Luke, 24: 7;
things, and to enter into his glory?”
(Luke, 24: 26)
Luke, 24: 46 Hebrews, 7: 25
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