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, Joykutty,Detroit wrote:
> JESUS IS OUR GOD
... According to our H. Bible it
says that if we believe that Jesus is our God and say by our mouth we shall
saved. Some of our Christian denominations ask to us that whether we are saved
or not; and if we join to their Church we shall.
Further in the creed it says that "suffered" and "died". I
can't agree with this point. The God is beyond the limitation of sufferings. Jesus did not cried on the cross or during all that Friday. If He was suffered He must cry. A person who shall suffer at any cost of braveness he shall cry or act as suffered; whereas in whole H. Bible or any part of it or any-where
in the biblical history it never says that He suffered; where-as it says that theyattempted to suffer. So what shall we have understand that they tried or
attempted to suffer him and he did not suffer since he is the God. The God shall never die and God is beyond the limitation of death. So what shall we understand that they tried or attempted to His death but we believe that he did not died. Of-course we can agree that he was kept in the burial place. More-than we must say that on the third day He raised among the
buried people according to the prophets words; instead that according to His will.
> Joykutty, Detroit
Dear Joykutty, According to our faith, Divinity (God) also suffered
along with humanity. Though He is sinless, He suffered death in
reality. On the cross, His divinity did not separate from our
humanity. i.e. His love was so deep (and beyond our understanding)
that He allowed divinity to suffer (did not separate it, though is
possible for Him).
Our mortality is a result of our sin. But when God who is immortal
suffered and died, it was a result of love. He resurrected, thus