WHAT Was Crucified at Calvary?   5 comments


This is from The Latter Days blog:

The following sermon is from Pastor Gary C. Price and is called, “What Was Crucified at Calvary?

We know that Jesus came as the second Adam to crucify the old sin nature which man was born with as a result of the fall.  However, Scripture also makes plain what exemplifies that nature and Pastor Gary C. Price reviews these texts in order to show exactly what was crucified on the cross.

  • The forbidden fruit was a forbidden nature.  Eve and Adam ingested the fruit or words of Satan and became a partaker of his defiled nature.
  • God’s answer is to kill off that nature via crucifixion.
  • Religion creates a holding tank for you to indulge your lusts without being crucified.  It was instituted by man to make him think he is serving God when he is not.
  • Most churchfolk are not saved; they are just churchfolk.  The devil has learned the church game.
  • The way to be safe from deception is to know the real.
  • Satan couldn’t come to the head (Adam) to deceive, so he used the weaker vessel (Eve) to destroy Godly headship.  The devil can only rule through abdication by men.
  • The spiritual legacy birthed in the Garden of Eden (when Adam abdicated authority to Eve) can be seen historically throughout the Scriptures, culminating in the harlot and the beast we see in the book of Revelation.
  • Grace doesn’t keep you in sin; grace pulls you out of sin.
  • The purpose of Jesus dying on the cross was not only for Him to die in your place, but to provide the means for taking you to the cross so that the old nature can be killed off.
  • After coming to the cross, we need to go through the cross.
  • The importance of Jesus’ crucifixion was not horror of His death, but the miracle of His resurrection.  Jesus is not presently dead; He is alive!
  • When you repeatedly expose yourself to a thing, you are programming your soul to be fed by the same.
  • Sin will “talk” to you, which is why we must cast down imaginations.
  • The law serves to show us how sinful we really are so that we will understand why we need Christ.
  • We can be set free when God renews our mind.
  • Don’t go to church, become the church and then He can lead you to the fellowship He has for you.
  • The sin nature and the manifestation of its perverse spirit is what Jesus killed on the cross.
  • Religion uses spiritual sodomy (accessing you emotionally through your soul rather through your spirit) to keep you  bound to the preacher in the pulpit and bound in sin.
  • The return of Godly character as reflected in fatherhood is what is needed for the church to be endowed with spiritual power and to set captives free.

5 responses to “WHAT Was Crucified at Calvary?

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  2. Too many Christians do forget that man can do nothing and that man cannot see god and live. Jesus was seen by many, who did not fall death. Jesus was also many times tempted, though God cannot be tempted. But most important for mankind is that Jesus was a man of flesh and blood who proofed that man can put his will aside for doing the Will of God. Jesus really did give his life as a ransom for the sins of others. In case he would have been God he always would have done his own will and would have lied on several occasions, thought the infallible Word of God, Which says that Jesus is the son of God, does also tell us that God never tells lies and that Jesus did not sin, and as such also did not tell lies.

    We should be showing our gratitude for what Jesus did for respecting what he did and for accepting what he really is, the son of man, the son of god and the mediator between God and man, and not God who in such instance would have been a very cruel god having waiting such a long time before saving us and still letting us wait again so many centuries (because remember, that after World war III there shall still be an other 1000 years) accroding to the Bible.

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