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Jesus' Life on Earth: What He did to Save Us from Everlasting Destruction

Closest related principles - Core Interrelations taken from interrelations below.

After defeating Satan, Jesus came back in the power of the Spirit to heal us and set us free from the harm that imprisons and oppresses us. (principles from LK4:14-21)

Repentance and forgiveness of sins (the harm you've done) through Jesus bring life and peace. (principles from LK1:67-1:79)

Though applying the principles is so difficult with the hatred people sometimes inflict on us and trying not to retaliate with that same hatred, Jesus brings us life. (principles from MT26:26-56)

A believer's death may spawn the birth of other believers. Those who love having their sinful (harmful) nature and the ways of this world as part of their life, and set their hearts on pursuing worldly things, will die forever, while those who hate all this and serve the Lord instead, even though they may be persecuted to death, will find eternal life. To serve Jesus you must follow Jesus' path, and you will be honored by God the Father. Jesus draws us into eternal life in heaven. Those who do not keep Jesus' teachings (one is to believe in Him) do not know where their life is taking them. They do not produce the fruit of applying the principles of God, and will be condemned in the end. (principles from JH12:20-50)

Jesus conquered death and has authority over all life; therefore carry the gospel, baptize people, and teach them to apply God's will, the principles. (principles from MT28:1-20)

Jesus is our Life! Through His death on the cross and resurrection three days later we receive forgiveness of our sins and eternal life, when we repent and believe in Him as the Christ, the Son of God. Then God lives in us! Go tell others the gospel so they can have Him too! Don't be afraid! God will enable you and bless you with peace, so have no fear. Don't be insensitive to His words! (principles from LK24:13-53)

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