Who Really Killed Jesus and Why

“Every man who has broken even one law of God is under a curse. …To be accursed means that before a Holy God and a holy heaven we would be so heinous in our sins so vile, that the last thing we would hear when we took our first step into hell would be all of creation standing to its feet and applauding God because He has rid the earth of us.”


2 Responses to Who Really Killed Jesus and Why

  1. The mythological godman was crucified and resurrected in dozens of ancient cultures. Christianity was the only one that created the historical flesh and blood Earth walking character. Krishna, Buddha, Mithras, and scores of others provided the astro-theological basis for the Nazarene’s recent allegorical exploits. That being said, it really doesn’t matter who killed him or why.

  2. jerryk says:

    Hi Johnny and thanks for visiting. The purpose of Christ’s death is of immense importance, here’s why: One day all of us will face death and after that, judgment. The only sure thing is death and we are all rushing toward it at the rate of 150,000 people ever day – my turn and your turn will come. Count on it.

    What will happen when you stand before the Judge on that day?

    There is a way to find out: Have you, for example, ever said something that wasn’t true or taken something that wasn’t yours? Have you ever looked at another person with lust? If you have done these things, you have broken three of the laws of the Judge before whom you will have to give an account one day. That same Judge has declared that all liars, thieves, and adulterers will suffer eternal torment in Hell.

    Does that concern you? It does me, I don’t want you or anyone else to suffer that fate. Johnny, that Judge, God, doesn’t desire this for you either. Instead, “God demonstrated His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” Jesus, God’s only begotten Son, came to take upon Himself the wrath and judgment you deserve for breaking God’s Law and sinning against Him. The Bible tells us, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him, shall not perish, but have everlasting life”. He did this when He shed His innocent blood for the remission of sins as He died on the cross. Three days later, He rose from and forever defeated death. He did this for you, He did this because of Love, He did this as a free gift. To receive this free gift, you must repent (that means to confess and forsake your sins) and put your trust in Him. If you do this you will not have to suffer God’s justice in Hell when you stand before Him on the day of judgment.

    Please carefully consider this; there is nothing more important. It is true. I have no reason to lie to you. It’s too important for you not to know.

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