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Did Jesus die for Hitler's sins

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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Nov 22, 2006 at 09:18

Surely Jesus died for Hitler's sins. The offer is open, if you seek you will find...forgiveness is available for all men.

Nonetheless, we would expect to see a eventual/effectual change of heart after accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as ones Saviour.

Example: Paul the apostle. Paul went from provincial terrorist to the one who God made suffer for His names sake. He knew and feared the Living God and change was evident in his life. He did not hold onto his past, but gave it over to his Saviour and made Jesus his guiding light.

Therefore, we see that the blood of Christ is available for all, but it is not efficient for all...

Why,? Because men prefer violence and blood shed and prideful domination of others. They do not like to humble themselves before a Holy God. Instead, they prefer doctrines of demons via evil men that feed their fleshly desires.

In the case of islam, satan has craftily taken some of what the true God has said, and woven it into a fanciful lie that appears appealing to those that are predisposed to hate their brothers. If he did not take truth and manipulate it, no one would believe it. He is not stupid..indeed, he is very tricky. As it is written, soon all men will serve the beast who died and came back to life. satan's craftiness is not limited to just islam, so don't take your deception personally...it's tied all religion, apart from Jesus and Jesus alone.

if satan could only lower the Diety of Christ to that of a prophet, he could take over the world...and he's doing a good job of it too. No Jesus, No Forgiveness. When's the last time you saw someone walk on water, heal the sick, and raise the dead. Are these miracles of a common prophet??

The adding to and taking away of truth from the true Holy Scriptures does one thing. It feeds flesh.

Instead of loving our brothers as ourselves, we can hate our brothers who have splinters in their eyes, whilst we have logs in our own.

Then we can follow in the footsteps of cain and kill our brother.

Nothing is new under the sun...the second grevious sin committed by mankind repeats itself ad infinitum...

Why? Because the hearts of men are utterly wicked, so much so, they delight in the killing of God Himself upon a roman cross.

May Jesus guide your steps and lead you into His Truth.

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