God has made His love complete by giving His Son. Jesus came to earth and was abused. When they tried to seize Jesus, He was there preaching the Good News. He was doing what He was sent to do.
When the men brought the adulteress, they were sure of themselves. They already had the stones, they thought they would bring down the Lord. Jesus let them talk, He didn't say anything. They asked him: "Moses, in the law, commanded us to stone such women: what do you say then? (John 8:5) They had Moses for support, they had knowledge. When you come to the House of God, have an open heart to receive what the Lord has for you. Biblically, she was 100% condemnable. There was no way that woman was going to get out of that place alive. Let your eyes be opened to see the importance of this Jesus. If our eyes were opened, God could do great things. The problem is us. When the presence of the Lord descends, there is no need to pray for you anymore because God has already done it. He is the one who heals you so if He comes down, your problem is over. You are the one adding the "but", the problem is doubt. "The righteous shall live by faith. (Romans 1:17) When you have received it, go with it. The devil is not greater than your faith. This faith the Lord gives you is a weapon. "Resist him with a firm faith" (1 Peter 5:9) If you don't believe in your healing, how will you believe in the rapture? Every time we come, God speaks to increase our faith. We are a different people, a people set apart.
There was no way out for this woman, the scripture condemned her. The woman and the men who were there knew that these men were right. The sentence was death and that death was separation from God. Her destination was hell. Who could intercede for her?
This Jesus was despicable. If we were in this same era, would we have had any consideration for this man? The reaction you have today will be the same condition you would have had in those days. You cry for your difficulties but you never cry for this Jesus. You do not love Him because you do not think about Him.
Mark 15:1-10 / John 18:19-38 / Mark 14:55-65 / Mark 15:22-26
When you put someone to death, you must write down the reason. Nothing bad was found in Jesus. Even Pilate did not find anything in Jesus. All the charges against Him did not hold up, but they wanted to crucify Him, to put Him to death. Even among the pagans, among the ungodly, one cannot condemn an innocent person. Jesus Christ our Lord did not die because He did something wrong. They even tried to bring the adulteress to Him to find fault in Him. Jesus never said that what Moses said was wrong, but He simply said, "Let him who is without sin among you cast a stone at her first. (John 8:7) He didn't break the Scripture, He just asked the question. Jesus is good. You value yourself too much, you don't realize what He has done for you. The first one who had the stone, his conscience starts to take him back. God never wanted man to die. All those who came with this condemnation, one by one, they left. You can have the Scripture, but you have to know how to put it into practice. The woman still felt the presence of a person who did not leave. He asks the woman, "Woman, where are those who accused you? Has no one condemned you? (John 8:10) The woman lifts her head, there is no one left. "Jesus said to her, "Neither do I condemn you: go and sin no more. (John 8: 11) Death was there, there was no one to stop it. Jesus didn't even break the Scripture, but He simply asked a question. When this woman went home, she went home justified. "For the law was given through Moses, grace and truth came through Jesus Christ." (John 1:17) When you bring someone to Jesus, you give them life.
Jesus was guilty because He was the King of the Jews. He would die for His innocence. In the eyes of God and man, He was innocent. He is our Savior. The innocent King of the Jews died for you guilt!