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News from Hal Lindsey Media Ministries 01/05/2018

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As I mentioned here last week, as we see the demonic spirit of “political correctness” take firmer hold on all areas of our society, I’m convinced that the decision by true Christians to stand up for Jesus on certain issues and claims will spark an onslaught of derision and discrimination against us. Among those defining issues will be abortion, same sex marriage, parental rights, and the role of God in our national life.

I believe it will ultimately come down to the declaration by Jesus Christ that He alone is the way to heaven. Jesus Himself said that because the world hated Him, it will hate us. He cautioned that true, and faithful, believers will be persecuted “for My name’s sake.” (John 15:21)

I have often told you that if we are to remain strong in the coming days, months, and years, we must be planted on a firm foundation. To be able to unflinchingly press the claims of Christ in this hostile world, we must first understand the man who made those claims.

On the last Report, we looked at some of the reasons “Why God Had to Become a Man.” This week, I’ll explain “The Man God Became.”

I’ll share with you seven reasons why God had to become a man. I’ll tell you about the claims that Jesus made. Claims that leave no wiggle room for doubt. Either He is the Messiah — or He is a lunatic. As C.S. Lewis observed, “…let us not come up with that patronizing nonsense about His being just a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.”

You’ll learn about His two distinct natures that are inseparably united — total deity and true humanity. These two natures are united in one person, without confusion or mixture of attributes and function. The Lord Jesus is equal to God the Father and God the Holy Spirit, yet different in that He is also a true man. As we will see, this is the reason why He, and He alone, can be the Mediator between God and Man.

Without Jesus, there could be no reconciliation between God and man. Without Jesus, there would be no redemption for us.

As I said previously, the majesty, the beauty, and the sheer complexity of the concept of the God-Man Jesus Christ is almost overwhelming. But it was all necessary to redeem the creation lost to sin at the fall of Adam. Thank God that He loved us so much He provided a “second Adam” to unselfishly take our place and become our “kinsman redeemer.”

Don’t miss this week’s Report on TBN, Daystar, CPM Network, various local stations, www.hallindsey.com or www.hischannel.com. Check your local listings.

And, once again, I pray that you have a wonderful and blessed Happy New Year!

God Bless,

Hal Lindsey

mail: HLMM, P.O. Box 470470, Tulsa, OK 74147
email: comments@hallindsey.com


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