Why Did Jesus Die for Us? What Significance Does Jesus’ Sacrifice Hold for Humanity?

Why Did Jesus Die for Us? You probably already know that Jesus died, whether or whether you identify as a Christian. According to Scripture, Jesus died on the cross, was buried, and resurrected from the dead.

Many have described the significance of Jesus’ death over the years, but very few have discussed the reason why Jesus had to die in the first place.

Why Did Jesus Die for Us?

Jesus had to die for us to be saved. Jesus could not have brought forgiveness of our sins if he had not died. Jesus sacrificed Himself as the perfect sacrifice for our sins, and the instant we believe in Him, He entirely redeems us.

Jesus’ death is also significant because there would be no resurrection without His death, and without the resurrection, there would be no hope. As it stands, there was a resurrection, which proved that Jesus is God since only God could rise from the grave.

While Jesus’ death is tragic, the story does not finish there. His resurrection occurred, and because of it, we have eternal hope.

Just as Jesus was resurrected, we will be resurrected in our glorified bodies one day. We don’t need to be afraid of death because Jesus has already vanquished it.

Jesus’ death is what eventually restored our relationship with the Father. Our relationship with the Father is no longer broken. Because of Jesus, it has been healed and restored. We no longer need to be terrified since the Lord is with us and keeps an eye on us.


Did Jesus Ever Sin?

Before His earthly birth, Jesus coexisted peacefully with the Father and the Spirit. He attended creation and took part in it.

He did give up part of His divine nature when He came to earth. He could be hurt, existed in time, and required food and drink to maintain his physical strength.

He became ill, required rest, and depended on Mary and Joseph to support His development. He was a complete human.

But the Bible also demonstrates that He was aware of who He was and that He continued to possess divine qualities.

Despite His human weakness, Jesus was still in a close relationship with the Father and the Spirit, because God cannot sin.

How Jesus Reunites Us with God through His Sacrifice

The people of Israel used a system of sacrifices in the Old Testament to atone for their transgressions.

What kinds of offerings were necessary to atone for various sins was specified by God’s laws. The majority of living sacrifices were supposed to be flawless, faultless animals.

The Son of God, Jesus, made the supreme offering of his own life in the New Testament to bring us back to God.

On our own, we could never live a life worthy of God. In order to atone for our sins, Jesus led a sinless life. He then suffered the agonizing death that our crimes deserved.

We are shown the extent of God’s love for us and the sacrifices made to atone for our sins via the crucifixion of Jesus. Furthermore, God’s victory over death is demonstrated by Jesus’s resurrection, which points to the promise of perpetual life in God’s presence.

Final Words

These amazing tales serve as a reminder that we can approach God without worrying about condemnation or vengeance.

Because of Jesus’ blood, we are now pure and able to freely approach God’s presence. God Himself has ripped the curtain from top to bottom that blocked entry into the Most Holy Place. We can approach as the path is clear.