When Adam sinned, all men sinned, because they were his descendants.
He passed the gene of sin into every human and we became sinners.
Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me (Ps 51:5).
The curse placed on mankind as a result of His wrath when Adam disobeyed His commandment lingered.
The good news is that God did not abandon man to suffer till eternity. He fulfilled the promise of the Savior through His son Jesus Christ.
It is the blood which Jesus Christ shed on the cross of Calvary that secured our complete redemption; it ransomed us from the burden of sins before the throne of God.
When Jesus Christ came to this world, He came as the savior of all mankind, the Lamb of God that took away the sins of the world (John 1:29).
The Lamb of God symbolizes the Passover Lamb, whose blood was sprinkled on the houses of the Israelites to protect them during the Exodus from Egypt (Exodus 12). He is a gift of love from the Father for the salvation of the world (John 3:16-17).
Is Jesus Christ our Savior?
One primary reason Jesus came into this world is to save His people from their sins. This is what the angel Gabriel told Mary, the mother of our Lord (Mat 1:21). Jesus Himself, when defining His mission on earth said:
Paul mentioned two Adams, the first one fell in the garden of Eden and brought death unto mankind, while the second Adam which is Jesus Christ brought life back to mankind (1 Cor 15:22).
Jesus paid the price with His own blood shed on the cross (Gal 3:13). The blood of Jesus secured the forgiveness of our sins before the throne of God (Col 1:14), and delivered us from the judgment of God the wrath to come (Rom 5:9).
Our salvation starts with accepting Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, because:
If you have not believed in Him, this is the right thing to do and you should do it today. By believing in Jesus who died and rose again for you, your sins shall be forgiven and you will receive God’s gift of eternal life.