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All men can become free from their tormentor.

Christís work of redemption - Comment on 2017 April 16 (3)

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Over these souls Satan has gained the victory, because they have given themselves into the hand of him, although the possibility was given to them, to request the help of Jesus, whose love to mankind was so great, that he wanted to be a rescuer of everyone, because he knows about the terrible agonies of those, who enter the hereafter unredeemed. Read more:

 

Bertha Dudde:

 

Christís work of redemption.

10. March 1949. B.D. NR. 4583.

Christís work of redemption has been accomplished, and still countless souls go unredeemed into eternity. Countless souls do not claim the favour, which the man Jesus has acquired on the cross for the whole of mankind, and they remain in the power of Satan; they remain bound by his will; redemption from his power cannot become theirs, because they themselves do not want it, because they hang on to the opponent of God, who does not release them, to not rob himself of his power. Jesus Christ was the greatest benefactor of mankind, and still only few know him, and even those who say his name, know not more than his name; they know nothing about his love sacrifice, which he offered to God to help sinful mankind, which pressed to the ground by the burden of sin, has neither will nor power to redeem itself. Mankind was sinful, because as a result of the former sin of arrogance of the spiritual had to go through earth life with the aim of maturing of the soul. It was so to speak the product of sin. God created the human form to give to the fallen spiritual in there the possibility, to again develop itself upwards to a spiritual being, which turns away from sin and consciously strives for God. This is certainly possible that the spiritual in man changes so during earth life that it can, as image of God, enter into eternity, that it therefore can be redeemed, when it has the will for that purpose. But as long as man stands under the influence of him, who once was to blame for his defection, he lacks the will to redemption and also the power, which he can obtain from God only and which God gives only to that being, which does not abuse the power for work for his opponent, but uses it right according to his will. About this weakness of man, about his bound will and about the power of the opponent of God, the man Jesus knew, who through love had penetrated into the deepest wisdom of God. He knew about it, and he had compassion, to leave helpless fellowmen to the dark fate, and so he wanted to strengthen the weak, get the will-less to its feet and impart power to it, to rid itself of the fetter of the enemy. And so he made a sacrifice for his fellowmen; he acquired favour and power for them and reinforced will through a work of love, which he made to God as sin sacrifice, to make redemption easy for them. He died for mankind the death on the cross; he wanted to redeem fellowmen Ė from their weakness and from sin of the former defection from God. He has accomplished the greatest work of love, which no man on earth can estimate in its value and its depth. All men can become free from their tormentor; they can wipe off all fetters and in the deepest meaning of the word "redeemed" enter the spiritual kingdom, if they just acknowledge Jesus Christ as redeemer of the world, present their weakness and their sin to him and ask for his help. But they pay no attention to him Ė they do not believe in his power and strength and also do not request it, and as a result they also cannot use the favour of the work of redemption, and Jesus Christ has died for these men in vain, their state of sin has remained the same, and if they die, they are so extremely burdened with the old sin of the former rebellion against God, as also with an extremely weakened will, which always lets them fall more and more into the hands of the opponent of God. And the work of redemption of the man Jesus has been accomplished in vain for these souls, to whom now no other help can be given anymore and who therefore enter the kingdom of darkness bound, when they lose the life of their body. Over these souls Satan has gained the victory, because they have given themselves into the hand of him, although the possibility was given to them, to request the help of Jesus, whose love to mankind was so great, that he wanted to be a rescuer of everyone, because he knows about the terrible agonies of those, who enter the hereafter unredeemed. Amen. B.D. NR. 4583.

 

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