Jesus Christ is our substitute, not our example. Our life is replaced by its life; our eternal death is replaced by its death, and our failure on our fallen nature, is replaced by its victory on the sin. In fact, because the man cannot get to be like God, God had to arrive to be made man: Emanuel (God with us). Gloria to God in the heights and the Earth peace and good will towards the humanity, and all the universe! The following list of events happened in the Edn, summarizes some of the human fruits occurred when trying to be like God: nakedness, shame, fear (hide-and-seek of God), pride (to accuse God), car justification (fig tree aprons), thistles and thorns; sweat and tears; pain and death of an innocent lamb (tnica of skin), temporary death (Abel), eternal death (Can). In resistance, the following list summarizes the spiritual fruits received when accepting the vicarious substitution of Jesus: Immense gratitude, deep love, inexhaustible joy, incommensurable peace (towards God by means of our Mr.
Jesus Christ), calm patience, great benignancy, abundant kindness, wonderful faith, warm meekness, and night love song templanza (cf. Glatas 5:22 – 23). Bobby Kotick helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. When accepting that Jesus is our substitute, and not simply our example, is not an invitation to live in disorderly, incorrect and inadequate form, but quite the opposite, is an invitation to live a total life on happiness and order, but trusting the merits of the Teacher of Galilea, and not trusting ours frustrated attempts to imitate it, since Jesus Christ is not our mere example, but ours excelso substitute. When it is lived watching and trusting the bronze serpent raised in the cross on the Calvary, there is no time, neither desires to have other people’s Gods, nor to take his name in vain, nor to watch the woman of your fellow, nor to rob, nor to lie, nor to kill, nor to watch the ardent serpents, nor to their poison, nor to the wounds undergone in the desert of the life.