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« on: January 11, 2008, 08:38:42 AM »

Dear ray
> I have been reading your letters for about a month now and I must
> thank you for helping me with a whole lot of questions that lingered
> in my mind. I did some cross referencing on your sheol, hades and
> gehenna argument and was relieved to see that you are right. I
> believe that we are here to grow and mature until we finally return to
> the Creator. I have one question though. I understand that Jesus
> came to save the whole world. My question is why was it done in this
> way? Why death and sacrifice, if sin was part of the great plan from
> the beginning (which I believe it was). Why did God not just forgive
> us without the sacrifice? And if this sacrifice was needed, why
> physically die?
> I hope my question is not too stupid, maybe I'm missing something
> God bless you and your family
> Thank you for the great work you do
> cobie

    Dear Cobie:  Well of course, God did not have to do it this way. But the

    best answer I can give you is that where there is little pain there is little gain.

    It's a matter of contrast. Adam and Eve had no idea how good they had it in the

    garden until they lost it.  Jesus did not need to die for us. God sacrificed His Son

    for us to show us how much He loves us, not because He was forced to do so.

    God be with you,

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