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There is no other God. Just one. He made everything and everyone. He is in control of every moment, and everyone is accountable to him, no matter their location or story or background or influences. One God The Bible is consistent throughout that there is just one God. James says that even the demons believe this. Believing that there is only one God is important — a great first step — but there is more. Or aids in bringing peace to two countries that are at war. Or assists in restoring people who have hard feelings toward each other.
He himself is one of the three persons of the Godhead. One God, three persons. In Jesus, God took action to reconcile us sinners to himself. In Jesus, God himself, who knew no sin, became sin, that in him we might become his righteousness 2 Corinthians Only One So Jesus is our mediator, and just as there is only one God, so also there is only one mediator.
Jesus is the one way that God has appointed for us to be reconciled to him. In our sin and rebellion against God, what we deserve is no way, no chance, no how. But God is gracious and merciful, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love.
God was eager and willing to make a way, a single way, in sending his Son as one of us, to take our unrighteousness and be our righteousness, that those who believe in Jesus might be reconciled to God. Plenty of biblical texts make it plain that he is fully God. Because Jesus is both fully God and fully man he is able to restore us humans to his divine Father forever.
Jesus is the person in whom God and humanity come together. Scripture 1 Timothy "5For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus," Acts "12And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. Do this in remembrance of me. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me.
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