We are discussing biblical Christianity. Because of the teaching of the Bible about Christ’s death, we have a critical question. Did Christ die for you? The Bible teaches Christ died specifically to pay the penalty for the sins of “His people” (Matthew 1:21). These are people who had their names “written in the book of life before the foundation of the world” (Revelation 17:8).
The Bible also teaches there are those who must pay the penalty for their own sins (Revelation 20:15). These people are known by the fact they reject the salvation purchased by Christ for His people. Furthermore, the Bible says, speaking of people who go to the grave rejecting Christ, “To this doom they were also appointed” (1 Peter 2:9). The question therefore remains, Did Christ die for you?
There is only one way to answer this question. You must go to Christ. He says, “Come to me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28). The only way to know for sure that Christ did die to pay the penalty for your sins specifically is to repent of your sins and to trust in the death of Christ as the only adequate payment for your sins. May God give to you the gift of the Holy Spirit and enable you to so trust in Christ.
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