Jesus Christ Of The Old Testament

924 Words Jan 4th, 2016 4 Pages
Essentially, this states the word gospel means - the image of God; which could easily become interpreted as God’s sexual presence that exists as our treasure in earthen vessels (2 Cor 4:7). Subsequently, this scripture becomes explosive when identifying Our Godly Sexual Beings as its meaning. Noticeably, the evil position of Satan in the Old Testament is decidedly lacking, as it is in the majority other religions writings; however, in the New Testament, Jesus Christ expounds on the reality of the devil as one of the “main focal points” and immediately confronts Satan from the start (Matt 4:1-11). Jesus targeted the devil’s influences (both male and female) and the enslavement it instigates, “Who changed the glorious image of God (our sexual pleasure) into the lie of lust” (Rom 1:23-25).
Jesus came to earth to reveal this truth, (John 3:16-18), and to reawaken this gospel of the kingdom in people once more (Matt 4:23). Indeed, telling them that God’s kingdom also lives within them (Luke 17:21); whereby, lust tries to distort their intended Godly beings. Consequently, various ones continue as brute beasts in their ‘animal lust’ (Jude 1:10). Christ came directly to destroy the works of the devil (1John 3:8) that blinds people of this image of God (2 Cor 4:4). Christ’s intensity existed as being focused on people’s affliction of evil of possessions, and repetitively heals both their minds and physical bodies and the sexual destruction that lust cultivates regarding their…
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