Pehea He pono makou i ke alo o ke Akua?

Pehea hoi makou pono ma ka maka o ke Akua,? He mea oiaio iloko o ka hookahi manao iloko o Kristo a he wahine lawehala ia. No ka mea, ka meaʻana i loko o ke ano o ko makou wahi, hiki ia ia ke lilo kekahi karaima, iloko o ko kakou mau lumi, a ke hana mai ai e like me ka hewa, aole no ka mea, o kona mau hewa, aka, no ka mea, o ka poe o kekahi, no ka mea, ua maemae, a kaawale mai kela hewa, a ke hoomau a hiki i ka hoopai ana i ka ukuia ai ia kakou- aole ia iho. He mea ma ke ano hookahi, he oiaio, i ua ano pono iloko ona makou- ole i ka mahalo o ko makou ana imua i ka pololei o ke Akua, ma ko kakou mau hana, aka, no ka mea, ua hookolokoloia makou no e pili ana Kristo ka pono, a makou i kau ia ma ka manaoio, i ka mea i lilo kakou.

John Kelvin

E heluhelu i kēia mālie, ae waiho ia mea poho iho iloko o! I hele mai ma keia kea oiai ka hoomakaukau ana no kaʻu mea i 2 Korineto 5:18-21 no ka mea, o ka Meʻe Laua ka hoʻolaha 'National hālāwai kūkā. maikai mea

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  1. Mary Gaylepane

    Does your using the wordexempt,” relating to sin, (from most dictionariesmeanings) give the appearance that Jesuswas exemptfrom sin (ie. as we are/will be because we need it) … versus that He willingly never sinned, by an act of His Will and out of love for us? It seems to me, to take away from what He did. (He didn’t need to be exempted from sin, as we do.)