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Jesus Christ : One Covenant - Two Judgments - Part 1
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Jesus Christ : One Covenant - Two Judgments - Part 1

If anyone surveys the bible faithfully they will find one unmistakable truth, that God never blessed the firstborn in regards to his covenant because he knew that he would ultimately curse every firstborn during the Passover event to effectuate the exodus of his faithful out of Egypt. One has to ask why then did God separate his blessings for one offspring while rejecting the other. The reason why is that God cursed the firstborn, all the while blessing future succeeding offspring to have integral roles in his plan for man's salvation, for God was preparing his only son Jesus Christ to become mankind's one and only firstborn and then die on the cross for all of mankind’s sins. When God cursed the firstborn to death during the Passover events he knew he was also sentencing his own son, Jesus Christ, to death years later on the cross.

God knew that when he cursed the firstborn to die, as depicted in the book of Exodus, he was extending that curse, not only from the beginning of creation but all the way to its end, which included his own Son who would one day become flesh in the person of Jesus Christ and die on the cross for all of mankind's sins. Jesus Christ, who was God becoming man and born to a virgin, became mankind's only firstborn and as such was also born under the curse of God levied against all firstborn by God during the Passover events.

Jesus Christ is the only firstborn to be both blessed by God and cursed by God at the same time, another indication of his divinity. Only Jesus Christ could handle the fact that while he, because of his virgin birth, was this world's only true sinless firstborn blessed as being God's own son but also born under the curse of God placed on all firstborns by God during the Passover and would ultimately suffer death on the cross.

Again - Jesus Christ, God's only son, was mankind's only true sinless firstborn having both the exclusive rights and privileges of a firstborn while also incurring the curse placed on all firstborns by God his Father during Passover. A curse levied by God to effectuate the exodus of God's faithful out of Egypt. Jesus Christ and Satan both knew that Jesus Christ was born with only one purpose, to satisfy the curse placed on all firstborn's to die while simultaneously satisfying man's original judgment of death incurred in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve sinned when they both ate the forbidden fruit.


Continued in Part 2


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