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"He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not." Isaiah 53:3. Many people have no conception of the anguish that Jesus' heart went through during His life on this earth. His life was full of sorrow and grief. With His deep love for humanity and yet His perfect hatred of sin, He suffered the penalty of the transgressor. He who knew no sin become sin for us that we might be healed.

Jesus was guiltless before God, yet the Father had to vail Himself from the son because Jesus took our guilt upon Himself that we might stand guiltless before God on judgement day. All our transgressions were imputed unto Jesus. He suffered immense anguish for you. "How shall we escape, if we neglect so great salvation."

by Daniel Baldwin

People to People Ministries is a Christian ministry with a three-fold outreach program to primarily the Portland metropolitan area of Oregon. We are committed to (1) sharing insights on good health principles; (2) assisting those who desire a more in-depth understanding of the Bible and (3) providing humanitarian services to families with children.

Our prayer is that your experience on our site will enrich your relationship with God. Please review our Bible studies and feel free to comment on the articles on our blog for a friendly discussion.

Thanks for coming to our website and we hope you have a blessed experience.


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