( 2 Cor 5:21 ) God made Jesus to be sin for us ? .


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Reading – from the ” New King James Bible ” 2 Cor 5:12   For he made him who knew no sin ( to be sin for us ) that we might become the Rightousness of God in him . 

Question ? —  how could God make Jesus to be sin for us                                                        when Jesus never comitted a sinful act ?  

The Answer is given below –

God made Jesus to be sin with out Jesus ever committing a sinful act                       , Just as  God can make us righteous in Jesus with out us committing a rightous  act . ( Yes it dose not make sense to our human brain  ) –  yet God did it and that’s why we are now part of the family of God .

So now what is our battle objective  ? .

It is to take God at his  word that we are who God says we are , despite what Satan says , or how our fillings may feel , or what someone around us may try to tell us  in contrast to what 2 Cor 5:21 says .

Remember if you have excepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, you are not trying to get the victory – Because Jesus gave you the victory over 2,000 years ago

In the book of Romans , the Apostle Paul us the word sin ( 38 times ) but only one time out of 38 times dose he use it as a sinful action .

Therefore 37 times he use it as a noun, so as we learned in school a noun is people, place or thing . but a verb is to do something or say something .

So what is your point you may ask ?

The reason that Paul use it 37 times as a noun and not a action is because Adam made you a sinner when he disobeyed God in the garden of Eden .

Note : Read Romans 5 : 12 – 21 , therefore you sin because Adam made you a sinner.

Because of this  fact no matter how much good you do it can not move you from a sinner to a child of God , because Adam put both himself and all humanity in a prison called sin , But if you do not understand this spiritual truth you will not be able to tell the diffrence between ( sin a noun and sin when used as a verb when reading the bible .

Note : proof of this is when Jesus told Nicodemus he must be born again .     John 3 : 1 – 21 .

According to the conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus being born again is the only way that you can break out of the prison called sin .

I trust this reading : made a diffrence in how you now understand the word sin a noun in contrast to sin a verb .

Peace & blessings ,