If it is as some suggest that God isn’t imputing ANYONE’S trespasses to their account in this current dispensation of grace – then why did Christ die?

2 Corinthians 5:19 states that once a person is saved by the word of reconciliation (the gospel), God no longer imputes that person’s sins to their account – why?  Because Christ died for them, and when He died for them, He took them all onto His account, hence the reason He cannot impute them to a BELIEVER’S account.


It’s totally flabbergasting how some people CANNOT read simple English nor understand basic punctuation, or how they build their doctrine on half verses or incomplete verses.

If God is automatically NOT imputing ANYONE’S sins to their account today, there would be no need for Christ to have died, would there, and salvation isn’t a two step process where the first step is automatically received by all and sundry.

Salvation is a one-step process where you are reconciled, justified and sanctified all at once upon believing the Gospel of Christ.

2 Corinthians 5:18 ~ And all things are of God, who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and hath given to us the ministry of reconciliation;

In other words, if each and every person, irrespective of whether they’re a believer or an unbeliever is reconciled to God as some would have you believe – why then has God given us (the body of Christ) the MINISTRY OF RECONCILIATION?


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