Did not require a plan “B”

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The fall was not a mistake, was part of the plan, the law was necessary to show that man needed God. If man was able to succeed and attain position before God on mans merit than Jesus’s death on the cross would never been needed. His death revealed the life IN HIM, being found IN HIM is amazing. I’ve heard it preached that Adam messed up and God had to pull out plan B and mop up the mess.

2 Corinthians 3:14-15

The work of the cross is freeing! He created all mankind and forgave all mankind at the same time. Step into accept this free gift. The only view God has or ever will have of me is forgiven and righteous IN Him. The act of the cross restored all mankind to its original identity! A re-genesis into redeemed innocence!

My identity is IN HIM, only he can define who I am. He is the not an example for me but of me!

“What’s true of Him, is true of you. ”
                   Martyn Lloyd Jones

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About Ben Kilen

I am a average guy father of 4. I don't claim any super powers or amazing talents. I do have a double jointed thumb and I have always hoped it would bring me wealth and fame but so far it hasn't. I am an eclectic music lover as long and by music current day main stream rap does not qualify as music. Anything that has one to two sentences hammered over and over with no melody or excessive auto tune does not qualify.

One response to “Did not require a plan “B””

  1. melwild says :

    Good stuff! Yes,and Revelation says that Jesus was slain from the foundation of the world (Rev.13:8). Hardly a plan B.

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