Why did the Lord Jesus die on a cross?

Helping Lost Souls to understand why the Lord Jesus died on the cross that they may be
saved from Hell.

All true disciples, followers of the Lord, are called to witness for the Lord Jesus Christ.

However, not all true disciples have the same ministry. Jesus teaches how his true disciples are like a Body, his body, and he works among the Lost Souls as if he was doing it.

When I received my Calling from the late Rev Ken Newton of Wholeness Ministries International in Southport, Australia. I was told that my ministry, the spiritual work that I must do, would go around the world. This calling has long been proven to be true.

I have been chosen to work alone and unaided in witnessing for my Lord Jesus. Without my God – God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit – I would never have been able to do what I have done since 1977.

When trying to bring Lost Souls to Jesus for their salvation it is possible to find in some a ripe conviction of their total hatred towards God. Thus the preacher may at once present Christ, with the hope of his being accepted; but at ordinary times such cases are exceptional.

The great mass of sinners are careless, unconvicted, and to assume their conviction and preparedness to receive Christ, and, hence, to urge sinners immediately to accept him, is to begin at the wrong end of our work – to render our teaching unintelligible. And such a course will be found to have been a mistaken one, whatever present appearances and professions may indicate. The sinner may obtain a hope under such teaching; but, unless the Holy Spirit supplies something which the preacher has failed to do, it will be found to be a false one. All the essential links of truth must be supplied.

My ministry has clearly been to challenge Christians around the world. They have had over 2,000 years of wrong teaching. Teaching that has formed a formidable barrier to the truth. Christianity that allows Lost Souls to act as if they are true Disciples of the Lord Jesus.

How do I know that?

Well, with very few exceptions, all I have seen since 1977 are Christians who do not, and don’t want to, obey the teaching of the Lord Jesus. True, I have not examined all Christians, but I have ministered around the world for many years with very, very little positive response.

My hope is that my ministry will enable other true disciples to continue building on what I have done. The Lord Jesus once spoke about how some true disciples will reap where other true disciples have sown.

John 4:34 ‘My food,’ said Jesus, ‘is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work. 35 Don’t you have a saying, “It’s still four months until harvest”? I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest. 36 Even now the one who reaps draws a wage and harvests a crop for eternal life, so that the sower and the reaper may be glad together. 37 Thus the saying “One sows and another reaps” is true. 38 I sent you to reap
what you have not worked for. Others have done the hard work, and you have reaped the benefits of their labour.’

God willing, when the moral law that I teach and preach and base my criticism on has done its work. That is annihilated the Lost Souls self-righteousness, and shut the sinner up to the acceptance of mercy. Then they should be made to understand by other true disciples the delicacy and danger of dispensing with the execution of the penalty when the precept of law has been violated.

In other words, breaking the Moral Law results in punishment by God.

Right here the sinner should be made to understand that from the benevolence of God he cannot justly infer that God can consistently forgive him. For unless public justice can be satisfied the law of universal benevolence forbids the forgiveness of sin. If public justice is not regarded in the exercise of mercy, the good of the public is sacrificed to that of the individual. God will never do this.

In other words, God is subject to Moral Law, thus he has too judge the sinner with perfect justice and mercy. Yes, he may withhold the punishment with his own perfect reasons. But judge the sinner he must! How can a perfectly loving god allow those who sin against him and others be allowed to carry out their wickedness without punishment?

This teaching will shut the sinner up to look for some offering to public justice. The Lost Soul will see that their only escape is via the Gospel of Jesus. That is, by the Lord Jesus paying the price for their punishment. Then and only then, will they truly throw themselves down before the Lord and thank him with all their heart for dying in their place.

Just because the law says it’s legal to kill an unborn baby, it don’t make it right!

How many unborn babies are killed?

According to WHO, every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions. This corresponds to approximately 125,000 abortions per day.

Do you think that the Lord Jesus doesn’t care about these poor babies?

Then think again!

This is what the Lord Jesus said in Luke 12:6 ‘Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. 7 Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.’

Supporters of Abortion are in for a tough time from God unless they seek salvation from the Lord Jesus.

Some Christian Teachers claim that we will no longer be punished for such crimes because the Lord Jesus has already paid the price.

But I reply, God the Father did not allow His only Son to die on the cross as a sacrifice for your sins, so that you can wilfully continue to sin against Him and his Creation. God is on the side of the Victim of your wickedness and you had better believe it.

The Punishment of the Wicked.

This tells you about His Powerful Gospel

The Reward of True Disciples who lovingly obey the Lord Jesus because they have been saved by him.

I have been a disciple of my Lord Jesus since the 1970's. Through my website I teach about Union with Christ as described in John 14:23.

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