E faapefea ona tatou amiotonu i le silafaga a le Atua?

E faapefea ona tatou amiotonu i le silafaga a le Atua? E le o mautinoa i le lava lea e tasi e tusa lea o se tagata agasala Keriso. Mo ia manatu i se auala tatou nofoaga, ina ia mafai ona avea o se solitulafono i totonu o lo matou potu, ma e mafai ona ia faia i ai e pei o se tagata agasala, mo lona lava solitulafono, ae mo i latou o isi, le tulaga e oo ia mama ma tuusaunoa mai sese uma, ma e mafai ona tumau e oo i le faasalaga sa tatau ai ia i tatou- e ia te ia lava. E i le faiga lava lea e tasi, mautinoa, e tatou te amiotonu i le taimi nei ia te ia- ona e tusa ai o lo tatou tuuina atu o le faamalieina i le faamasinotonu o le Atua e ala ia tatou lava galuega, ae ona ua faamasinoina ai i tatou o e fesootai ma le amiotonu a Keriso, lea tatou tuu i luga o le faatuatua, ina ia avea i tatou.

John Calvin

Faitau lemu lenei ma ia goto ifo i! Sa ou tau i lenei upusii ao sauniuni mo laʻu savali i 2 Korinito 5:18-21 mo le Conference lotoa aapa National. mea lelei

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  1. Mary Gayletali

    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.)