By Jonah Doctura | 2016
The doctrine of salvation is one of the most complex and difficult concepts for some to understand as viewed in Mark 10:13-15.
Yeshua tells us that we are to come to Him like a child, innocent and humble, and if we do not have this attitude then we may not enter into eternity with Him. Understanding the doctrine of salvation is critical to knowing why a person needs to be “Saved.” One must be able to grasp that Messiah Yeshua came to save us from two things: our sin and eternal judgment.
The Word - TORAH tells us that sin can only be atoned for through the sacrifice of animals. We learned that the High Priest was responsible for putting the blood of a blameless lamb on the Mercy Seat in the ancient Holy of Holies on every Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) that would cover Israel’s sin for the year. By the Feast of Tabernacles, Israel would receive the promised Messiah and Deliverer. ABBA Almighty sent His Son, Yeshua, to atone for the sin of humanity. Consequently, Yeshua is referred to as being the Lamb of God, so we know that He is the only One through which salvation can be attained (John 1:29; 1:36).
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