The Kingdom of God, the restoration and salvation of the soul
Then he said, "Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom." Jesus answered him, "Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise." Lucas 23:42-43.
The wise decision of a man minutes before his death:
1. Recognized The divinity of Jesus. (Luke 23:40)
2. Confessed His condition as a sinner, (Luke 23:41)
3. Accepted Jesus as his Savior (Luke 23:42)
4. Received Forgiveness and eternal life. (Luke 23:43)
"If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness." John 1:9
"Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshment may come from the Lord."Acts 3:19
Healing effects of God's forgiveness
God's forgiveness generates indescribable well-being, activates the source of inner peace and the joy of salvation. This joy, unlike temporal pleasure, does not depend on the circumstances of the moment, because it is permanent and nothing and no one can take it. In addition to peace and joy, in this condition, it produces harmony with the Creator. It also evaporates the effects of guilt and remorse.
Clean what has been stained, disinfect what the virus of sin has polluted, but above all, fill that emptiness, with which every human being is born. This emptiness, which some unsuccessfully seek to fill with wealth, fame and power, but which can only be possibly filled with the procedure of the saving therapy.
According to the purpose of the Kingdom of God, saving therapy has the purpose of rescuing all who remain enslaved and bound by the chains of sin.
Sin is a virus that completely disfigures human quality, deteriorates the quality of life. It generates side effects, which have a negative influence on the family environment, and on the habitat of the person who runs it.
In a practical sense, sin is a fact, said, thought, or omission against the law of God. In the Old Testament there are texts that point to it as a violation of God's will (Genesis 13:13; 20:6; 38:9; Exodus 10:16; 32:33, etc.), hence it can only be forgiven by God.