“We needed an Incarnate God, a God put to death”

Eclectic Orthodoxy

We needed an Incarnate God, a God put to death, that we might live. We were put to death together with Him, that we might be cleansed; we rose again with Him because we were put to death with Him; we were glorified with Him, because we rose again with Him. Many indeed are the miracles of that time: God crucified; the sun darkened and again rekindled; for it was fitting that the creatures should suffer with their Creator; the veil rent; the Blood and Water shed from His Side; the one as from a man, the other as above man; the rocks rent for the Rock’s sake; the dead raised for a pledge of the final Resurrection of all men; the Signs at the Sepulchre and after the Sepulchre, which none can worthily celebrate; and yet none of these equal to the Miracle of my salvation. A few drops…

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6 thoughts on ““We needed an Incarnate God, a God put to death”

    1. Some Gnostic posted a bunch of heresies on this blog you commented on too lol. I didn’t approve the comments. I marked em as spam.

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      1. Don’t blame ya, that is a problem with having a blog. Too many trolls. I will feed a troll on other sites to refute their points. Because ya never know who is struggling with that point and how revealing His Truth will help bring somebody to Christ. Take care and hope to see some good stuff from ya.

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