Apr 052013

Jesus, the only sinless one!

*He was not of the seed of Adam; he was born of the Holy Spirit, in love from above.

In God’s creation, all creatures, plants and man reproduced by their seed and only after their kind! (Genesis 1:12)

Descended from Adam and Eve, today this remains the same we find.

How can Jesus identify with us and yet be born without sin? It is because Adam’s seed was not found in him!

From a woman’s egg in the womb does a male or female fetus grow, which one it will be is determined through a man by his seed, did you know?

To be the descendant of the promise through Abraham and David,

he had to be of Mary’s flesh, and this was to be, as the scriptures do show.

Thus he could not sin, because he did not have our fallen nature within!

Satan tempted him and it was tough but it only proved that Jesus

was a diamond in the rough.

After the tests Satan did leave defeated, he had enough.

Who is this beautiful man from Galilee, he is Jesus our Lord and

Savior, the sinless Lamb of God sent to die for you and me.

*I dedicate this poem to my brother in the Lord Larry and his wife Samantha. It was Larry who told me many years ago how he wrestled with Jesus not have the fallen nature passed on to all flesh through Adam and Eve. The Lord spoke to him in his mind; he told him that Jesus was not of the seed of Adam. This is what inspired my writing of this poem. The first Adam failed; the second Adam Jesus, could not fail having the God nature within. This is the “New Creation”, the New Man, God the Son, who is immediately given to every new Christian upon belief! This is the continuing work of the Holy Spirit in regeneration.

Peter said to them, “Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:38 NASB.

Author Ken

April 2013

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