Olee otú anyị na ezi n'anya Of Chineke?

Olee otú anyị ezi n'anya Chineke? Ọ bụ n'ezie na otu ùgwù nke Kraịst bụ onye mmehie. N'ihi na ọ ẹkekerede ke ido anyị ebe, ka o wee bụrụ onye omempụ na anyị ụlọ, na e nwere ike si mesoo dị ka onye mmehie, ọ bụghị n'ihi na ya onwe ya mmejọ, ma n'ihi na ndị ọzọ, ebe ọ bụ dị ọcha na e gbochiri ya bụla kpatara, na ike ịtachi obi ǹtàràmahụhụ ahụ bụ n'ihi anyị- ghara onwe ya. Ọ bụ na n'otu ụzọ, n'ezie, na anyị bụ now ezi omume na ya- bụghị na nkwanye ùgwù nke anyị na-ejere afọ ojuju na ikpe ziri ezi nke Chineke site n'olu nke onwe ayi, kama n'ihi na anyị na-ekpe ikpe nke dị n'ime Kraịst ezi omume, nke anyị na-etinye on site n'okwukwe, ka ọ we ghọọ nke anyị.

John Calvin

-Agụ nke a ji nwayọọ nwayọọ na ka ọ na-imi na! M wee gafee na nke a see okwu mgbe na-akwadebe maka m ozi on 2 Ndị Kọrịnt 5:18-21 n'ihi na Campus Outreach National Conference. ezi stof

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1 comment

  1. Mary Gaylezaghachi

    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.)