Apostle Gino Jennings – When Jesus Died On The Cross This Is What Truly happened

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  1. How to get SAVED

    In order TO GET SAVED you must believe in the Gospel, which was given to PAUL by Jesus Christ (Rom 16:25; Gal1:11-12) for us Gentiles today…..which is:

    -That Christ died for your sins, according to the scriptures
    -and that He was buried
    -and rose again the third day according to the scriptures
    (1 Cor 15:1-4)

    **Note: “according to the scriptures” means it was preached before hand in the word of God.

    Other versus reinforcing your Salvation by the Gospel.

    Rom 1:16 (Salvation?!?! who wrote Romans??)
    Rom 2:16 (God will judge by who’s Gospel??)
    1 Cor 1:17; (No baptism, just faith in the Gospel!)
    2 Cor 4:3-4 (Those who don’t understand are??)
    Gal 1: 6-9; (Preach no other Gospel please!!)
    Eph 1:13; (Sealed with the Holy Spirit when???)
    Eph 3:1-7 (How are the Gentiles Heirs??)
    1 Thess 4:14 (There goes that Gospel again!)
    2 Thess 1:6-8 (Scary if you don’t believe!!!)

    EVERY WRITER of these books are Paul aka Saul (Acts 13:9). He’s going through each city, as the Holy Spirit leads him (Acts 13:2), to preach the message of the Gospel because God commissioned Paul in Acts that he would bear Jesus name to the Gentiles (Acts 9:15; 26:14-18). The Gospel or the good news is that Christ is not dead as everyone thought, but His death was accomplished to actually save us from our sins and by Him being raised from the dead, He now lives and we can be confident we will live too because we’re sealed with the Holy Spirit (Rom 8:11; Eph 1:13)….isn’t that GOOD NEWS???

    The difference in Paul’s gospel from Jesus’s gospel was that Jesus’s gospel preached: believe that I am the Son of God (Matt 16:16-17;John 3:16; 6:69; 11:27) repent and prepare for the kingdom of God. Jesus has not died yet, so they couldn’t believe in His death, burial, and resurrection—nor did any of his disciples understand when He told them (Luke 18:31-33). Any follower or disciple of Jesus simply had to only believe who Jesus, repent or turn away from their sins and prepare themselves because the kingdom of God was at hand (Mark 1:14-15).

    Don’t believe the words I tell you, but read and believe God’s word. By just saying I accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior is neglecting that Christ died on the cross for you. By believing in the gospel, your now placed in the body of Christ, which Christ is the head and “LORD” over (ROM 14:9). In addition, because of Christ’s Death, burial, and resurrection—God the Father gave Christ all authority (or Lord) over all things (Matt28:18; Phil 2:8-11). He is NOW your “SAVIOR” because He died for your sins and saved you from external punishment and death.

    Follow and read the versus’s and let God guide you to victory. Remember to TEST ALL THINGS (INCLUDING MYSELF) and hold on to that which is true (1 John 4:1; 1 Thess 5:21). If these scriptures about salvation are contradicting what you heard before in your church, from your pastor, teacher, or from whomever then that’s your cue to Research..Research..Research..Research by COMPARING SCRIPTURE with SCRIPTURE!!! Let God be true and every man a liar (Rom 3:4). That goes for any person or anyone who teaches you scriptures, hear them with all readiness, but don’t set your heart on it until you search and read the scriptures for yourself (Acts 17:11). Don’t play Russian roulette with your life. Each person is going to be responsible to God in judgment and all excuses will be eliminated including: this person told me this and this person told me that, the preacher told me this and a teacher told me that….You are responsible to God to work out your own salvation (Phil 2:12)!!! We all have the bible to search the scriptures. If you need help, then pray to God for understanding (James 1:5; Prov2:6). It’s His book and His words, who other than to pray to for understanding????? Once you get that understanding, then set your heart on that which is true by believing that… Christ died for your sins, and He was buried, and rose again the 3rd day (1 Cor 15:1-4). Your salvation will be secure and we will meet in heaven and rejoice together for your faith in the Gospel whomever you are!

    See you soon… love you so so very much:)

    P.S. I know I have a lot of scriptural references, but it’s for your own good. Let them be your guide, because I’m just pointing out the truth to you. Get in the scriptures and verify EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Part 1……
    The Gospel accounts are very clear about the focus of Christ’s message. Yet the gospel of the Kingdom of God is nearly absent from Christianity today.

    By Erik Jones

    The myriad of churches that make up Christianity profess that their religion is based on Jesus Christ. Nearly all claim Him as their founder and say that their teachings are based on what He said and did 2,000 years ago. But, sadly, there are many doctrines where mainstream Christianity ignores or actually rejects the teachings of Jesus Christ.

    This month’s column makes a bold assertion: Mainstream Christianity does not teach the same message that Jesus Christ brought when He walked the earth 2,000 years ago.

    Jesus had a central message that formed the basis for His entire ministry and teachings.

    He pinpointed this central message in the heart of His most famous sermon—the Sermon on the Mount. He made a statement about what should be the highest priority for His followers: “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you” (Matthew 6:33, emphasis added).

    Jesus Christ’s words are clear—the Kingdom of God is to be the No. 1 focus and emphasis in the lives of His followers. In fact, it was the core of His gospel message.

    Christ’s gospel was not just about Himself

    Gospel is a common word in the Christian world. Some think of it in connection with a genre of religious music, but most understand that it describes a message. It literally means a message of good news. Most churches include the word gospel in their mission statements. Typically, the gospel is described as the gospel of Jesus Christ, and it is seen as the message of His life, death and resurrection. (You can see this by doing a Google search of the mission statements of different denominations of Christianity.)

    But was this the central message that Jesus actually taught? Was His message only about Himself?

    A study of the Gospel accounts of Christ’s life pinpoints exactly what His message—His gospel—was all about!

    Notice Mark 1:14: “Now after John was put in prison, Jesus came to Galilee preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God.” That statement is pretty plain—Jesus preached the gospel about the Kingdom of God!

    There are many scriptures that reinforce this fact. For example, Matthew 9:35 says, “Then Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom.”

    At one point in His ministry, Jesus was about to leave an area where He had been preaching for some time. The people of that area tried to persuade Him not to go (

    Now when it was day, He departed and went into a deserted place. And the crowd sought Him and came to Him, and tried to keep Him from leaving them;

    Luke 4:42). Jesus’ response was, “I must preach the kingdom of God to the other cities also, because for this purpose I have been sent” (verse 43).

    Let that sink in.

    Jesus Christ said that one of His primary purposes for coming to earth was to preach about the Kingdom of God! That was His gospel. That was His message. That was His purpose. That is what drove Him.

    When we understand that the thrust of Christ’s message centered on the Kingdom of God, we understand better why He made the statement in Matthew 6:33: “Seek first the kingdom of God.” He tells us to seek first the Kingdom because the Kingdom of God was His primary message.

    This message is about the literal establishment of the Kingdom of God on earth at the second coming of Jesus Christ. See our infographic on page 29 to learn more details about what the Kingdom of God is.

    But where is that message in mainstream Christianity today?
    Part 2…..
    Jesus Christ’s words are clear—the Kingdom of God is to be the No. 1 focus and emphasis in the lives of His followers. In fact, it was the core of His gospel message.

    Christianity lost Christ’s message

    After Christ was resurrected and ascended to heaven, He founded a Church. The purpose of that Church—that called-out group of people—was to carry on the work He did while on earth. Christ commissioned His Church to go into the entire world and preach the same message that He preached while He was on earth (Matthew 24:14; 28:19-20; Mark 16:15; Acts 1:3-8).
    The Bible shows that the early Church faithfully followed Christ’s directive and preached the gospel of the Kingdom of God (Acts 8:12; 14:22; 19:8; 20:25; 28:23, 31). The members of the early Church also put their focus on the coming Kingdom (Colossians 4:11; 2 Thessalonians 1:5).
    But as the first century progressed, the intense focus on the Kingdom began to wane as false beliefs began to creep into Christianity. The apostle Paul wrote that he perceived Christians in his time were “turning away” from the true gospel to “a different gospel” (Galatians 1:6). In what was likely his final letter, Paul gave multiple warnings about his fear that people were abandoning true doctrines and being led astray into false teachings (2 Timothy 2:14-18; 3:13-14; 4:1-3, 14-15). Other apostles wrote similar warnings (2 Peter 2:1; 2 John 1:7; Jude 1:4).
    The understanding of the true gospel and the focus on the Kingdom of God were minimized and lost over the centuries after the end of the New Testament era.
    A key factor in this was Emperor Constantine’s acceptance of a popular form of Christianity and its subsequent adoption as the official religion of the Roman Empire.
    Historian Justo Gonzalez writes: “Since the time of Constantine, and due in part to the work of Eusebius and of many others of similar theological orientation, there was a tendency to set aside or to postpone the hope of the early church, that its Lord would return in the clouds to establish a Kingdom of peace and justice. … Eusebius, although more articulate than most, was simply expressing the common feeling among Christians, for whom the advent of Constantine and of the peace he brought about was the final triumph of Christianity over its enemies” (The Story of Christianity, Vol. 1, pp. 134-135).
    This idea was also promoted by the theologian Augustine of Hippo in his highly influential book The City of God: “Therefore the Church even now is the kingdom of Christ, and the kingdom of heaven” (Book XX, Chapter 9).
    This belief became known as amillenialism and is a dominant belief (in different forms) in mainstream Christianity today.
    After the true biblical teaching of the Kingdom of God was removed, the gospel message was changed from the message about the Kingdom to a message primarily about Jesus Christ. In other words, Christianity kept the name of Jesus Christ, but abandoned His message.
    Jesus was very clear that professing His name but ignoring His teachings is false worship (Luke 6:46).

    Preaching the true gospel today

    The true gospel is not a minor issue. As we have already read, Jesus connected a belief in the true gospel to repentance (Mark 1:15), and the apostle Paul warned that preaching a different gospel brings a curse (Galatians 1:8-9). Believing the true gospel is vital to your salvation!
    The true gospel is the message of good news about the coming Kingdom of God. It is a message of hope—for this entire world and for you and your family. It is the message that God is building a family that will soon rule the entire earth, bringing peace and happiness.
    The established Christian churches have lost that true gospel message.
    I disagree with the kingdom being for later…….IT IS AVAILABLE NOW…

    Scripture clearly states that Jesus came announcing the kingdom at the inception of His ministry(it is at hand, now right here, He brought it with Him…. With Love, William Allen

  3. The flesh was never glorified the flesh was crucified and made a sacrifice for our sins in the blood was taken into the heavenly sanctuary as scripture says the glory is the glory of his kingdom and knowing that he's overcome and that he will be raised on the third day back to what he was before with a part of humanity so that he can save us and we are judge and advocate in


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