The fashion of CHRIST is that the Christian has an undying passion for CHRIST. It is that the Christin is constantly reminded of the duty to be true to self and witness the counsel of CHRIST over any given circumstance.
While I’m not sure the flesh would hardly resist satisfying itself, I'm pretty certain the spirit is often ignored and the soul, tormented, in those moments of sins – secret and sedating. You can say this is a declaration of the internal war. For sin to happen, there is war among your members.
To erect the direct vision of GOD, the destruction of GOD's Knowledge must be destroyed. This was what the menace of the Messiah did.
So if you believe that JESUS is just a beggar or an insignificant person, you are not wrong – especially from a manger-birth and carpenter-bred – but you are not fully correct and the same applies to all other views until the point of MESSIAH.
The role of the prophets were: to keep the hope for the Messiah alive; ensure that the sculpting by the law was in effect; and warned against leaving GOD which is the greatest evil to be committed. Yet the duties of the prophet are beyond this list but the emphasis of this bond is the role of the prophet to give a description narrative of/to the Messiah.
This turbulent wind prepares me, this brokenness builds me, this evil shows me to be good, this anger pacifies me, all these downsides keep my eyes upward to GOD. These desolate places show me the value of HIS resolute grace.
Salvation is a transaction and although we cannot buy faith, faith bought us free and we can offer ourselves as testaments for this transaction: from debt and death to freedom in the kingdom of GOD.
This is the inheritance: that CHRIST is my buffer; that the very definition of “limitless” limits me; that the very example of freedom is my only limitation...