Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Christ's Nature.

This time, I have decided to ask a question of all of you. I have been quite troubled about something for the last day or so. You see, it is like this: I have had an opinion on what the nature of Christ was, for a long time. I am not going to tell you what that is right now, but I want to ask you to tell me what yours is. Do you believe that Christ's nature was the same as Adam's, before the fall, or after the fall? If you are able, I would like to see it backed up with the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy. What makes this so weird for me, is within the last week, I have heard powerful arguments on both sides of the issue. As I see it, there can be only one way, and I think we need to know the right way, as it affects how we understand the plan of salvation. Also, one thing to keep in mind: I would encourage you to study openly, and accept it if you have been mistaken. I wasn't even willing to look at the other side of the issue at first, to be honest, but then I think the Holy Spirit spoke to my heart, that with His guidance, I have nothing to lose, only gain, in studying, and I may have been wrong! Not to say I am going to change my views without a thorough study, but I need to know for absolute what is truth. So, I would greatly appreciate it if you would either comment here, or email me at and give me your thoughts. I will eventually post the results of my studies on here, but that will take some time. Anyways, thanks in advance!

Your brother and friend in Christ,


1 comment:

  1. I think this explains it Schane :D
    He [Christ] could have sinned; He could have fallen, but not for one moment was there in Him an evil propensity. {FLB 49.4}
    In taking upon Himself man's nature in its fallen condition, Christ did not in the least participate in its sin. He was subject to the infirmities and weaknesses by which man is encompassed. . . . He was touched with the feeling of our infirmities, and was in all points tempted like as we are. And yet He "knew no sin." He was the lamb "without blemish and without spot."