Error of “I AM the righteousness of God in Christ” – by Many

A teaching (direct really from Kenyon if unknown by most) is that Jesus became actual sin. So in turn on believing, we become actual righteousness. In other words the nature of Satan (we were supposed to have) is removed. Instead, God places in the Divine nature in entirety as a nature. That is great error. Jesus is the pure and spotless lamb of God. Our sin never became part of His nature, whether human or Divine. It could not. Being Divine, He is sinless. As a human, He had a perfect and sinless nature. It was impossible for Him to sin. We see this in what the angel said to Mary: “And answering, the angel said to her, The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you, and for this reason that Holy One being born of you will be called Son of God” Luke 1:35. We in turn do not receive the Divine nature. This Divinity is without possibility of unholiness or unrighteousness. We while on earth in these bodies are never without the ability to sin. We have a carnal nature still, the old man. To receive the full Divine nature would make us God Himself. That is blasphemy. We do not know all things. We can never be everywhere. We do not have all power. We could never create the world.

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