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Willing To Die (NASB)

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  • Size: 3.5 inches x 5.5 inches
  • Pages: 4
  • Version: NASB
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We see it in the news all the time: a crowded market, or bus, or restaurant is suddenly rocked by a violent explosion. The police rush to the scene, knowing that among the dead and injured they may find one individual who died by choice. Explosives strapped to his body, this person was willing to die in order to kill as many of his enemies as possible.

A person willing to die so that his enemies will also die is bad news—especially if we happen to be the enemies! But by way of contrast, here is some very good news. There is someone who was willing to die so that you and I could live. Not just live physically, but live life as it really should be lived: with no guilt blocking our relationship with God, and no fear of coming punishment for our sins. This is eternal life, and someone was willing to die so we could have it.

You probably know who that person is. His name is Jesus, the Son of God from heaven. He was the one person who didn’t have to die: death is the result of sin1 and he never sinned. He died voluntarily, allowing men to crucify him. While he was on the cross, the Bible says that God was punishing him for our sins.2 When the punishment was accomplished, Jesus said, “It is finished!” and willingly died.

You may be wondering why anyone really needed to die for us. It seems pretty drastic, especially if we feel our life is okay as it is. But one thing we learn from the Bible is that God doesn’t look at things the way we do. “There is no difference, for all have sinned and come short of the glory of God”3 is a summary of our condition as God sees it. Because of his infinite holiness, our sin and disobedience to him cannot be overlooked or go unpunished. If our sin is not taken care of, not only is there a barrier between us and God in this life, but also God’s judgment to expect in the next.4 The purpose of Jesus’ willing death was to pay for our sins, so God could forgive us.

The fact that Jesus died for us is one proof that no one can earn eternal life by their good deeds or religious observances. If we could get to heaven by our efforts or goodness, then he would not have needed to suffer at all. But his death was an absolute necessity, because nothing we do can ever take away the guilt of our sins. Jesus did everything required by God to pay for our sins, and by trusting in him alone we can receive the free gift of eternal life.5

Sadly, some will kill themselves in order to kill others. But God’s good news is that Jesus was willing to suffer and die so he could offer you and me eternal life. Do you have it?

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life” (John 3:16).

Bible References:

1 “Through one man sin entered into the world, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men, because all sinned.” (Romans 5:12)

2 “Christ died for our sins.” (1 Corinthians 15:3)

3 Romans 3:22,23

4 “It is appointed for men to die once and after this comes judgment.” (Hebrews 9:27)

5 “The wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23)

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