Key to the Kingdom – Salvation

22 03 2011

What is salvation and why is it a key to the Kingdom of God?


          To over come sin which separates us from God and his kingdom, we must believe in Jesus, the son of God. Revelations 12:11 tells us, “they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb”. Jesus came to save us from our sin and from the devil who ultimately profits from our separation.


          God understands why sin separates us from his kingdom, so he sent his son Jesus to pay the price and win the battle we couldn’t. Our lineage was one of partnering with sin and the devil, while Jesus the second Adam, who’s father knew no sin, had both the lineage and ability not to sin. 


         Through Jesus we are reborn receiving the lineage of the one who knew no sin, and so through Christ we have been the ability to walk in the kingdom of God for all eternity.


Salvation through Jesus, is the key which opens the door to the kingdom of God and without this crucial key the rest of the kingdom is not accessible.


Blessings and Complete Joy,



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