Sins and the death of Jesus Christ on a cross


Jesus Christ died on a cross so that sins might be forgiven to the extent the forgiveness of individual sins does not place into danger congruence of how events play out in relationship to the prophecy recorded in REVELATION section of the New King James Version of the Holy Bible however sins are only forgiven to the extent forgiveness of individual sins will contribute to creating outcomes in relationship to the prophecy recorded by John and documented in REVELATION section of the New King James version of the Holy Bible (prophecy might or might not be recorded in other versions of the Holy Bible other than the New King James Version, I have not had a chance to inspect any versions of the Holy Bible other than the New King James Version) which are congruent with the descendants of the two thirds of all mankind on Earth who do not die during the time period events play out as described in the section of the prophecy documented in REVELATION section of the New King James Version of the Holy Bible where the place named Armageddon is described continuing to thieve in aggregate on Earth for a thousand years into the future from when events play out as described in the section of the prophecy documented in REVELATION section of the New King James Version of the Holy Bible where a place named Armageddon is described in limited detail.