Let me set the scene from where I stand
And hopefully, from there, you’ll understand.
Background of the Scene
It’s the old story: first two humans ever made are placed in a garden with an clear instruction: to live.
Actually, to live as they should; to thrive, to keep what sustains them to live, to dress what is beautiful from the beginning.
Their existence is quite important – if you ask me – ranging from “limitless” to “continuing the creation work of GOD”: being overseers of the vast beauty of GOD; being the image of GOD to all GOD has created. It is so immense. To be the reminder of the creator to creation.
The inevitable intention was for humanity to be heaven on Earth and not just live in heaven on Earth.
The Screw of the Scene
If this (scene) is not perfection then nothing – really – is. However, there is only one screw to all this – screw in the sense of binding (conjoining) principle (if you ask me) – these humans: male and female (and nothing else) in order to represent GOD should obey GOD and not be at rift with GOD. What GOD has asked them to do, they do; what GOD has commanded them to do, they do; what GOD has instructed them to do, they do. Do as GOD does…that’s all they should do.
I might add that if GOD jumps twice, it would be wise to jump, too – only if HE didn’t say so.
The Inconceivable and the
It doesn’t seem hard, not much looks inconceivable until there is a kindled desire for the inconceivable.
For humans, obedience to instruction is life, disobedience is death. In fact, the fruit of disobedience is death: death being separation from life and life, here, meaning being ultimately intertwine(d) with GOD as partners and representatives of the eternal design of living.
To live and be alive – as GOD has created – equals to being partners with GOD in the foremost mandate of HIS purpose of Life.
Finding the Scene of Need
Fast forward this scene to after humanity refuses to be a continuity of GOD’s Plan; fast forward this scene to the time after humanity realises that whatever has deceived us into wanting what we already had has done us doom; fast forward to the scene after we tried to help GOD (not that HE needed) by being gods, ourselves, with the ability to change the continuum of creation and the intention of creation.
Fast forward to the moment of judgement: the sentence by which I am certain could have been upturned in mercy should we have known how to by the process of Repentance. However, as you would agree, repentance comes will a price which is too expensive for pride (deep-rooted in the thirst for evil).
The first humans had become gods in the worse kind of way.
Am I setting this scene properly? Because the need of the (no longer a) Messiah doesn’t seem presented until you realise that in the scene of separation and disagreement of purpose, in the scene of strife with the Will of GOD and the thrive of sin, in the scene of choice and the destruction of trust and denial of truth, in this same scene of rejection of communion with GOD for the injection of the companion against GOD, there lies the need for a return to statuesque blueprint of GOD.
The Need for the* Messiah
*No longer a
There is the Messiah because there is a need to restore that which was afore time destroyed. There is the need for the Messiah because of the
emergency emergence of sin and the breakout of sin in the human nature.
So when there is a paradise, lost
In which from light, we become, solely, dust
There needs to be the Messiah
Who would save us all from this ouster by our desire
So This Is Why there Is A Need For The Messiah
The need for the Messiah rises for the remission of sin which pays us our harvest of death; for the purpose of mediation – reaching back to the creator to be repositioned as representatives of HIS Will by the prowess of dominion; for reconciliation by which there can be no true mediation; for liberation from the evil nature of separation from GOD – which has been our end ever since we put an end to our lives in GOD.
We need the Messiah for redemption from the claws of hell (which yearns to have what GOD deserves and created: the humanity that mirrors divinity); for resurrection from death after the fruits of disobedience have been harvested.
We need the Messiah for incarnation of GOD and man as a link between both – where by we, as sinful as we were, can once again behold the very first face we beheld after dust and breath formed blood and bones and life was born: creation.
We need the Messiah to give answer(s) to the lost sheep and hope to the desolate, fire to the freezing love and joy in place of a world of sorrow which is wallowing in its guilt of rejection by self-implication.
Deleted potions of the scene of Need
We need the Messiah for filling the vacuum which sin has left untouched; for you, it could be a missing memory which has been anticipated but never acquitted; for me it could be the strength to fight what I have rejected and conquered, by faith. We need the Messiah because only the Messiah can give meaning and peace to that which troubles our hearts.