Must we believe Jesus is God?

A denier of Messiah’s deity stated: “God sent forth his Son made of a woman, made under the Law. I don’t ever recall hearing this preached in church.”

Christian response,

Jesus was first prophesied to enter the World from the virgin seed of the woman in Genesis 3:15 to do battle with the Devil and destroy the works of the Devil as pictured in Genesis 3:21 and explained in 1 John 3:8b. No “man” could perform this task; therefore, God entered Time in flesh (Colossians 2) and fulfilled the Father’s Plan of defeating the Evil One with selfless love and thereby provide redemption for sinful mankind; sin that was first introduced by the Devil (John 8:44).

This Plan mandated absolute perfection in word, thought and deed; man is a sinner (Romans 3:23) therefore, the God-man via the hypostatic union, Jesus our Messiah, lived a sinless life and fought for and earned your redemption in His perfection (2 Corinthians 5:21). Messiah’s perfection was made possible by the union of God with the virgin seed of a woman, not the seed of Adam.

If you reject Jesus as God and Messiah over your life, His work on the Cross will not be imputed as atonement for your sins (John 8:24); the Father has set-forth the parameters and mandate by which you must be saved (John 3; John 8:24); that is, believe in the One He has sent (John 6:29)…Jesus is God (John 1; Hebrews 1; Colossians 1; Colossians 2:9); therefore, if you don’t see this, if you don’t understand this, you are not born again of the Spirit and if you’re absent the Spirit, you are not redeemed by the innocent blood of Messiah (Ephesians 1:13-14). The redeemed in Messiah KNOW that Jesus is God in flesh and they worship Him as same. It is this eternal Truth, Jesus is God and Messiah, that separates the Christian from every religion, cult, sect, on the face of the Earth.

Colossians 2:9-10 (NASB)

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