57 )  God's dilemma between His Justice and His Love (written to help my beloved "brothers" ... Muslims).


By the will of God, Jesus was made for us Wisdom, Justice, Sanctification and Redemption - 1 Corinthians 1-30.


Whoever humbles himself will be exalted. Luke 14-11


But someone may ask the question: can God in His immense mercy go to the opposite of His righteousness? No, his justice must mandatory be satisfied.

Yes, God can manifest His mercy to the guilty repentant man, if and only if His justice is satisfied ...

In his immense love and immense wisdom, what solution has God found for this dilemma that seems insoluble even to the most brilliant wise man?

From time immemorial, His Solution has been: the sacrifice of the innocent substitute, (Muslim feast of Aïd for example); because without bloodshed there can be no forgiveness ...

Hebrews 9-22 According to the law, nearly everything is cleansed with blood, and apart from shedding of blood there is no remission.


Thus, the repentant guilty will have to find an innocent substitute who will agree to pay in his place the price of the ransom, the weight of his sins.

Adam tasted with joy but also bitterly God's forgiveness when God clothed him with the skin of an innocent to hide his nakedness, this showed to man for the first time the value that God bestowed upon the innocent substitute and voluntary. But man had to put on this skin continuously to remain under the grace of God's forgiveness.

Abraham was one of the first to understand it and to offer expiatory sacrifices in prefiguration of the manifestation of ..., but there his imagination was exceeded to hope to meet one day a man as perfect and loving who would pay in his place the price of his redemption. Abraham therefore always sought in his flock the most beautiful animal to offer to God, he took care to put his hand on the head of the animal that he slaughtered and thus felt all the suffering, the anguish of the animal facing the death that was coming little by little, because that was what he thought he should have suffered as a punishment for his sin.

And at the request of sacrificing his son, he had seen how miraculously God had provided. He knew himself, the man who had faith in his God so great and so perfect that He would also provide for his salvation, but did he imagined Abraham, that the pain suffered at the request of the gift of his son, would be lived so intensely by the substitute given by God for the sinner whom he acknowledged to be deep within himself.


No, we do not make fun of God, who is both Merciful and Love and Holy and Righteous. No trait of its attributes can be erased ... It is a devouring fire in front of which the guilty sinner can not subsist ... The innocent, if it existed, who would agree to pay for the guilty sinner would be immediately struck by the Anger of God that a sinful humanity despises daily. The justice of God is still patient, because his arm that wanted to strike this rebellious humanity that despises him in the face was held back by the sight of the innocent Lamb who presented himself to Him as a substitute.

How could a sinful man by nature, being soiled from his earliest childhood by heredity, engender a pure man, and moreover, a man who could beware of all the seduction of sin and not succumb to it all the time? his life, to pretend to be the atoning victim for others.

The dog engenders the dog, the pig who loves to wallow in the mud engenders pork, the man so little virtuous by nature also engenders the sinner who is unable to change himself even with the best will of the world ...


It was therefore necessary not only that this man be from another lineage than that of Adam, while having the characteristics similar to the lineage of Adam, except the initial sin. He had to be born pure, free from all sin, and be able to show perfect submission to the will of God, although he had been subjected and tempted in all things like his fellows, without falling into sin in any case. Temptation, testing is not to be considered as sin yet. Otherwise, a single sin committed, would have automatically removed the possibility of being the substitute who would pay for the repentant guilty who would recognize in him their messiah and savior.

It was therefore, and above all, necessary that this man accept to pay of his own free will for this first line stained and lost by his disobedience. If the wages of sin and disobedience were death and separation from God, according to divine justice, then it was necessary that this man willingly accept the divine sentence and especially without murmuring any, and that he agrees to die in the place of the sinner. Only one cry could have meant in the eyes of God : You are unjust oh God to make me suffer such a punishment. And this cry, if he pushed it would have disqualified him. Like a lamb being led to the butcher's shop, to a sheep dumb before those who mow it; He must not open his mouth. (Isaiah 53)

This man should therefore have had a special birth, he should have been marked with a seal, he should have been taught in the ways of God from his earliest childhood, submissive perfectly to his pious parents who would soon have recognized in him a grace particular exceeding them in every aspect ...

Has such a man been noticed by his specific birth, have a few writings reported such an initial mark of purity and submission for a particular child? (Genesis 3 - 15, Isaiah 7-14 and 9 - 5, Gospel of Luke 1 and 2 ...)


But it was also necessary for this man to break the bonds of sin in which man was locked up from his earliest childhood.

Otherwise what would it be like to wash the pig after his mud bath, since by nature he would return at the first opportunity.

Ah, who could break these hereditary links? Can it be possible? Who could deliver us from this body of death, for he is sold to the sin that envelops us so easily. It was necessary for this man to be able to communicate to us his nature to replace ours, which is doomed to failure. It was necessary that this man could communicate to us his strength, his victorious spirit in the struggle against the daily seductions of sin.


It was also necessary that this sacrifice once probed and weighed by the Sovereign Master of all the universe could be approved, accepted. Was he going to pass the test of God's judgment first for him and then for us?


It was necessary then that this man could present us to God: saint and spotless like him. It was therefore necessary not only that he wash us from all the defilements of sin (lies, immodesty, impurity, idolatry, quarrels, jealousies, animosities, murders, robberies, ...); but that he may put on us his spirit of strength, love, wisdom, self-control, joy, peace, patience, kindness, good disposition, fidelity, gentleness, thoughtfulness, ... to enable us also to conquer in our daily struggle against sin and in a more positive way to allow us to honor the will of God in every demand and at all times.

For yes, without holiness, no one will be able to see God. Without being washed, purified of all sin, and clothed in an all-white garment as a symbol of a life, a heart, and an entirely holy, blameless soul, no one could appear in the presence of the holy God by nature. Man must be able to put on this holy nature to appear in the presence of the Creator of all things.

This goal, this grandiose goal, it was necessary that this man could make of it his vocation, his destiny: "To be born to save the man lost in the ocean of his sin. "


Here, therefore, is the demonstration of the realization of this supreme goal by the only particular man who was given from above to accomplish this great mission.


Here is the summary of this magnificent demonstration in Chapter 58:


1) The perfect holiness of this man is impossible to notice, because neither we nor any of those who lived with him could read deeply enough in his heart, to know if things really happened there in accordance to the absolute order of good. The opponents of this man even quote certain words and deeds in the life of this man, which they claim to infer that he too was not exempt from sin.

2) Supposing that the perfect holiness of this man could be certified by some means, it is objected that such a sublime state would be something superhuman, and that this perfect man would no longer be a real man.

3) Such a holiness, specifically different from ours, would it be real, would be useless, because it could no longer serve us as a model, since it would be at a height inaccessible to our weakness.


In the face of these objections, the aim of this demonstration will be to seek:


1)If the perfect holiness of this man can not yet be positively observed today.

2) If perfect as it is, it remains a human sanctity.

3) If, as such, it is not yet accessible to all of us.


Have you recognized this extraordinary man?


Acts 4-11 Jesus is the stone rejected by you who builds, and who has become the chief of the corner. 12 There is no salvation in any other ; for there is no other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.


John 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. 3 All things were made through him. Without him was not anything made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and the life was the light of men. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness hasn't overcome it.

6 There came a man, sent from God, whose name was John. 7 The same came as a witness, that he might testify about the light, that all might believe through him. 8 He was not the light, but was sent that he might testify about the light.

9 The true light that enlightens everyone was coming into the world. 10 He was in the world, and the world was made through him, and the world didn't recognize him. 11 He came to his own, and those who were his own didn't receive him. 12 But as many as received him, to them he gave the right to become God's children, to those who believe in his name: 13 who were born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.

14 The Word became flesh, and lived among us, full of grace and truth; and we have seen his glory, a glory as the glory of the only begotten Son from the Father. 15 John testified to him, and cried out, This is he of whom I said : He who comes after me has gone before me, for he was before me. 16 And we have all received of his fullness, and grace for grace ; 17 For the law was given by Moses, grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. 18 Nobody has ever seen God; The one and only Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, he has declared him.


Can this man be drawn by the pencil of the most talented artist? Human words are all very weak to describe it. Only the inspired Word of God given to the biblical prophets could describe him in his beauty, unfathomable beauty for the man not regenerated by the Holy Spirit.