Kia pehea te He tika matou i roto i te Titiro O te Atua?

Kia pehea te e tika tatou i roto i te aroaro o te Atua? He pono te reira i roto i te faatura taua i roto i ko te Karaiti te hara. Hoki riro ia i roto i te tikanga i to tatou wahi, kia waiho ai ia he faihia i roto i to tatou ruma, a kia mahi ai ki ano te tangata hara, e kore hoki ona hara ake, engari mo te hunga o ētahi atu, fakatatau ki he parakore me watea i nga he i ia, a kia mau te whiu i te tika ki a tatou- kore ki a ia. Ko te reira i roto i te tikanga taua, pono, e ko tatou i teie nei tika i roto ia ia- e kore i roto i te faatura o to tatou mauruuru tāhuahua ki te tika o te Atua i to tatou mahi ake, engari no te mea kei te whakawakia ia tatou o roto i te hononga ki te tika a te Karaiti, e kua whakanohoia e matou i runga i te whakapono, kia riro mai te reira tatou.

John Calvin

A tai'oi tenei āta a kia totohu te reira i roto i! haere mai ahau puta noa i tenei faahitiraa i te faaineineraa no toku karere i runga i 2 Corinthians 5:18-21 mo te Outreach Conference Campus National. mea pai

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  1. Mary GayleWhakautu

    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.)