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But also the workers of darkness are subject to the will of God.

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And so Jesus brought the sacrifice by giving up his body, which bent completely spotlessly under the burden of sin, which collapsed earthly, because thousands of souls clung to him, which sought to draw him down into darkness. But he was stronger. Read more:

 

Bertha Dudde:

 

Redemption work of Christ. Descending into hell.

27. January 1949. B.D. NR. 4550.

He who let himself be nailed to the cross, took the sins of whole mankind upon himself and offered atonement to God for it. This act of greatest human love was unique, because never before has a man so suffered as Jesus, whose love was extremely great and was returned to him most shamefully. He wooed for the love of his fellowmen; he did good to them and helped them earthly and spiritually, but this love testimony was still not enough for him; he wanted to bring help to mankind for eternity; he wanted to show them the way to eternal happiness. But his love was disregarded and the most shameful was done to him, what only could be done to a man. Like a serious offender he was nailed to the cross. Satan himself accomplished the work to him, because those who carried it out were his servants. But also the workers of darkness are subject to the will of God; they were so to speak co-participants of the work of redemption of Christ, just in evil will, why they therefore have loaded sin upon themselves, although the work of redemption was accepted by God as atonement for mankind. Exceedingly high was the love will of the man Jesus valued, who let himself be nailed to the cross out of compassion for his suffering fellowmen, because he suffered as man indescribably, because everything what was done to him was committed in hate and as a result his soul was hit most severely. He gave love and harvested the deepest hate for it; he wanted to lead men up, to the light, and the darkest figures of the deep came up to him and sought to pull him down; he took the goblet consciously and drank it up, although his human nature shook and he prayed in deepest anxiety to God: "Why hast thou forsaken me." He suffered as man, as pure, sinless man, who knew nothing but love and to whom all power was therefore available. He did not use the power, but let himself be crucified and gave to the worst fellowmen the right to have his body at their disposal. And they did it to his indescribable agony. He suffered for the sins of mankind, because he wanted to redeem them. He knew that sin was the greatest evil , that it determined the lot in eternity, and so, through word and act, he sought to draw the attention of men to the great danger, in which they were, through the sinful walk of life, but men neither accepted his teaching nor did they change out of own drive. And so Jesus brought the sacrifice by giving up his body, which bent completely spotlessly under the burden of sin, which collapsed earthly, because thousands of souls clung to him, which sought to draw him down into darkness. But he was stronger; the power of love was stronger than death; he overcame even death and became its victor he did not shake off the souls, but he sought to convince them of the power of love he also brought rescue to those who no longer dwelled on this earth he descended to hell before he ascended to heaven. Into the deepest deep penetrated his love, and who accepted it, he was rescued; he was redeemed out of the chains of death. God as eternal love also wants to rescue what is lost, and for that reason he accepted the love of one man, which was so deep, that it was directed at the whole of mankind, and which he wanted to express through his exceedingly agonizing death. God accepted this love sacrifice and granted to all those redemption out of the unfree state, which was the result of sin, who acknowledge Jesus as redeemer and burden him with their sin. Because his love is greater than his wrath; and everything what walks in love finds favour before his eyes and also his mercy. For the sake of the blood of Jesus his look turns to what is unhappy, and he forgives the greatest sin. Amen. B.D. NR. 4550.

 

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