How does Jesus carry me and my sins, to what extent does he atone for my sins?How does He save YOU?

This question can be answered if you look at it from the end as well as from the way. From the end it is clear that we are one, for all eternity. That which is Jesus, that is me too, for all eternity. Seen on the way, a temporary alienation occurs, man no longer sees God and slips into the worldly life.

In the worldly life, man falls into sin, so he believes things that do not correspond to the truth of God and he develops a rejection of God. That which man builds in his mind, that is not to unite with the wisdom of God, unless it is corrected and thus healed. But man, identified with his worldly self, for a certain timespan shall not leave his world identity and avoids the exchange with God, until he is ripe.

This raises the question of how man’s salvation from sin can succeed. First of all, man must be ready to seek God and turn from his previous life. For this purpose, he uses the experiences in which he can gradually establish that he is actually looking for the divine and willing to give up his independence in opposition to God, from which he has lost his joy.

So, when man is inwardly prepared and therefore opens himself to the voice of God, then God absorbs him in so far as he enters into a spiritual exchange with him. In this spiritual exchange, the painful experiences, the committed sins and the sins experienced as a victim are absorbed into the spirit of reconciliation and are processed there. The spirit of reconciliation that saves us, is the spirit of Jesus Christ or the Holy Spirit.

But the spirit of reconciliation is extremely sensitive and intelligent. He suffers our pain and our experiences. He accepts them as if they were his own, he literally makes them his own. He sees himself in us. And because of this exchange, of taking our point of view into his perspective, we gain access to his spirit and see ourselves from his point of view, in his understanding, while we still have our point of view.

So the Lord takes on our sins and we get into his spirit. Together we overcome the wrong point of view, we finally understand how to really understand it. The knowledge comes to our aid. It is the knowledge of the righteous that makes us understand. It is a full, spiritual understanding, it is our salvation. The old man dies with Christ and we are resurrected with Christ in his spirit.

The process of reconciliation in Christ takes place outside of the temporal chronology, so that all people come together and be reconciled together. The processing in the spirit of God is thus first and foremost a reflection of one’s own person, and then also a collective working-up of life in the world of sin. Sin is based on the fact that we have not already lived in the Spirit of God, in which we would not sin because we live in the knowledge, but that we were turned away from the Spirit of God.

The aim of this experience was the reconciliation with the Spirit of God right from the moment of entering the experience. The experience of sin also brought us the experience of suffering, terror, despair, loneliness, hope, faith and salvation. All this would be missing if we had not experienced it. As bad as sin may appear to us, and as it is so wrong, it also has a higher meaning, which only becomes apparent in salvation. For the inheritance of the wonderful loving soul is given to us by the fact that we first fell into sin and then found the way out of sin by coming to meet ourselves as we are when we are saved. The saved state is indeed eternal; the state of sin is temporal. And so the mystery is revealed that sanctity is rooted in sin, while sin is sanctified and finally dissolved when the measure is full.

Let us return to the question of how Jesus is the Atonement for our sins. And we have already answered this so that he accepts us out of the wisdom of God. He comes to us when we are still unreasonable, but the connection to him remains open. When he comes in, we come into him at the same time. So there is a compensation going on. It flows into us and becomes part of us, but at the same time we flow towards it. And this process, in which the painful processing of life takes place in sin, makes us one and leads us out of sin.

Jesus gives himself to us while he draws us into himself. It is an exchange and healing process that takes place outside of time, but in which time can take time. This healing process can keep us busy for many years and the connection can sometimes be disturbed again. Nevertheless, she always leads the way. When we finally walk safely in the Spirit of God, we experience Jesus healing. We ourselves become the extended arm of God and come to meet people, we receive them and take their painful states on us. We give them from us and it is the gift of God that we give.

As we can see, the healed man becomes the saint, be becomes the healer. The healed man does not remain in sin, but he is redeemed from it. For this is not the physical death of need, but the inward connection with the spirit of Jesus Christ, with the living Christ. The connection to Jesus has meaning when we are ready to accept it. There is no complete readiness, but there is an inner hidden readiness in the heart. We can develop it unnoticed, while externally we still follow the custom of sin. At this stage, we can accept the Lord.

This also explains why not everyone can immediately receive the message of healing in Jesus Christ. And it explains why, in terms of time, healing can either happen suddenly, or slowly over the years. If the human was already over-mature internally, then it comes to a spontaneous perfect healing. But if man is still immature, he will still have to waver and still have to go through all sorts of worldly experiences, until he finally lets himself completely be accepted into the Spirit of God.

If man is still very immature internally, if he loves sin, then it comes to terrible fighting in him when he comes into contact with Jesus. He experiences inner struggles, a torn, an inner disruption and feels miserable and sick. To a certain extent, this is normal. And yet experience shows that it is better for man to take a sense of repentance if he wants to connect with God.

This is also the background of concern for the taking of the Eucharist in a state of opposition to God. If the blood and the body of Christ is received, while one wants to turn away from it inwardly, then the healing will not succeed and there will be additional pain. Jesus dies again in the corresponding human being and the goal of healing is missed.

Dear sisters and dear brothers, let us turn to Jesus in the state of openness and willingness to believe him more, than ourselves. He knows, while we just made up our mind based on very limited impressions and immature understanding.

He will give us heling of the mind, the body and the soul and he makes us being like him and taking part in being the healer.