The life of christ was predicted long before his birth every person who comes to earth depends on jesus christ to fulfill the promise he made in heaven to be our savior without him, the plan of salvation would have failed. What we need to emphasize is, not the imputation of christ's sinless life, but forgiveness through jesus' death but remember forgiveness is conditional the person who is not a child of god must believe, repent, confess christ, and be baptized (mark 16:16 acts 2:38 22:16 etc.
94 bible verses about jesus lived the perfect life 1 peter 2:22 esv / 29 helpful votes helpful not helpful he committed no sin, neither was deceit found in his mouth. The old testament sacrifices were a foreshadowing of the perfect, “once for all” sacrifice of jesus christ (hebrews 7:27 10:10) the only way we could be reconciled to a holy and perfect god was with a holy and perfect offering, which we would not have had if jesus christ was not without sin. In one perfect life, pastor and teacher john macarthur draws from the richness of the gospel narratives to paint a complete portrait of the savior's life using the gospel of matthew as a base macarthur weaves together the four narratives of jesus' life to show how they work in harmony with one another.
One perfect life: the complete story of the lord jesus [john f macarthur] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers read the best news the world has ever been given about the most significant life in all history―jesus christ in one perfect life. Jesus’ sinlessness and the perfect life he lived, qualifies him alone as the only one credible enough to proclaim a “way” i the fact of jesus’ sinless and perfect life the bible is the primary source available for establishing jesus’ sinless perfection. Temptation being born in sin sympathy morality, and redemption divine sympathy faults jesus christ, present activities of sin, universality of grace, and christian life compassion, of christ victory, over spiritual forces optimism christ's purity docetism jesus christ, temptation of sinners innocence, examples of enticement weakness, physical. No sooner do we speak of perfection in christ than we are compelled to extol the life of christ, who, as peter declared, did no sin, neither was guile found in his mouth (1 peter 2:22) but what about us, the followers of christ, are we not to be perfect too and without sin and guile.
“chapter 11: the life of christ,” gospel principles (2011), 50–58 the life of christ was predicted long before his birth every person who comes to earth depends on jesus christ to fulfill the promise he made in heaven to be our savior. The aim of the gospel ministry among believers was to present every man perfect in christ jesus, to teach men how they might put on the lord jesus, have his life cover them and have his life in them what a task.
The life which is implanted in us at the new birth, planted into the midst of a mass of sin and flesh, is a perfect life as the seed contains in itself the whole life of the tree, so the seed of god within us is the perfect life of christ, with its power to grow, and fill our life, and bring forth fruit to perfection. His life was marked as being perfect and without sin, despite much temptation (matthew 4:1-10) even on the cross, jesus could claim, it is finished after his death and resurrection, he lived on earth for a forty-day period without sin and then ascended to the father where he now lives once again in sinless perfection.
Becoming perfect results from our journey through physical life, death, and resurrection, mothers, single heads of households, and others who may feel pressure to find perfection or to be perfect the atonement of jesus christ prepared from the foundation of the world (see mosiah 4:6–7), our savior’s atonement allows us to learn. The imputation of christ's sinless, perfect life calvinism teaches that the sinless, perfect life of jesus is imputed or reckoned to the believer so that god does not see the christian's sins: he sees only the perfect obedience and righteousness of jesus.
But one thing that we must remember when we are talking about jesus and his perfect life, is that he lived that life as a man jesus put on flesh in john chapter 1, (1) in the beginning was the word, and the word was with god, and the word was god (2) the same was in the beginning with god.
The only way we could be reconciled to a holy and perfect god was with a holy and perfect offering, which we would not have had if jesus christ was not without sin as peter declared, “for you know that it is not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed but with the precious blood of jesus christ, a lamb without blemish or defect” (1 peter 1:18–19.