Does God judge me for Adam’s disobedience?
No, God judges us for our own disobedience. We
get our sinfulness from Adam, but we are judged
for our own sins, not anyone else’s. All of us sin and
do not obey God’s perfect rules.
Dig deeper: Ezekiel 18: 20; Romans 5: 12, & 3: 23
Why did Jesus come as a man?
God wanted to save people because He is
Jesus didn’t stay dead, did He?
merciful, but He had to take care of our sin problem
first, because He is just. So Jesus came as a man,
but He is also God. Because Jesus is God, He is
completely perfect, but because He was also a
man, He could live the perfect human life that is
impossible for anyone else. So when He died, He
had no sin of His own to pay for, so He could pay
for all the sins of the people who would trust Him.
Dig a little deeper: 1 Peter 2: 24, 1 Peter 3: 18, Romans
8: 3, Hebrews 4: 15, 2 Corinthians 5: 21, John 3: 16
No, Jesus rose from the dead after three days
to show that God accepted His sacrifice for all
believers. Remember, death entered creation
through Adam’s disobedience, and when Jesus was
raised from the dead it meant Jesus overcame the
power of death once and for all. This shows us that
we can trust that we will also live forever with Him
when we believe what the Bible says about Jesus.
Dig a little deeper: Luke 24: 36–53, 1 Corinthians
15:35–57, Hebrews 10: 12