by Eddie Snipes

Worthy is the Lamb
Eddie Snipes
Revelation 5:1-10

By reading ahead, we find out that the scroll with the 7 seals is the judgment and wrath of God to be poured out on the earth. Who is worthy to pour such a harsh judgment on humanity? Who is worthy to afflict the crown of God's creation - those created in His very image? Only Jesus Christ is worthy of such a task. Only He came as 100% human, was tested in all ways like we are and remained without sin and overcame the world. Only He has the right to take away our sins and pour out the grace of God into our hearts. Only Him who first created us, then overcame, paid our debt by His own blood and offered to all of human kind His salvation has the right to judge righteously. The focus of this study will be on who the Lamb is and the relationship with the Father. Many people do not believe in the Trinity. Whether or not it is essential to believe God is a triune God in order to be saved, I don't know. I do know that it is essential to believe in the deity of Jesus Christ. A false god cannot save. If a person creates a savior out of their own ideas and calls it Jesus, it is no different than worshipping a straw man. We cannot create God out of our own images but we must worship the God who has revealed Himself. Jesus said, "Not everyone who says to me Lord, Lord will enter into the kingdom of heaven, but only those who do the will of My Father who is in heaven." Many cults create a Jesus out of their own presuppositions, call him lord and think they are doing God a service. John 6:40 spells it out for us: "For this is the will of My Father, that everyone who beholds the Son and believes in Him will have eternal life, and I Myself will raise him up on the last day."

If you do not believe in the trinity, you will want to continue reading this study. This study will either strengthen your position or reveal God's truth. It is good to study those who have differing opinions because you don't really know what you believ ...

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