All Things Have Become New
Regardless of how influential or anonymous one might be, all must arrive at redemption by the same means. He who would become the most prolific writer of the New Testament quoted Ananias at the Twenty-Second of Acts as telling him to wash away his sins by being baptized. That same apostle Paul pointed out at the Third of Romans that, again, regardless of how influential or anonymous one might be, all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. However, all may be freely justified through the redemption that is in Jesus Christ, receiving remission of past sins. At Second Corinthians Five, Paul added that those who are in Christ have become new creatures; for old things have passed away, and all things have become new.
Written by David Hayes Prophater