The Basic Message of Christianity:
In the beginning before man, God had created angels or heavenly beings that would worship God. God’s greatest angel named Lucifer rebelled against God because Lucifer wanted to be equal to God the creator. Lucifer (which means “day star” in Isaiah 14:12 where the word is used as a title for the king of Babylon, who had exalted himself as a god.) warred against God the creator and lost.
Lucifer and one third of the angels who warred against God the creator were cast down from God’s holy place to be separated from God the creator forever. Lucifer is now known as the devil or the prince and power of the air.
Lucifer is also called Satan. SATAN (say’ tuhn) Transliteration of Hebrew word meaning, “adversary.” (normally translated in English as adversary or accuser. The same term is translated as a proper name. See Devil, Satan, Evil, Demonic. )
(The translation “Lucifer” comes from the Latin translation called the Vulgate : VULGATE The Latin translation by Jerome about A.D. 400 of the Bible)
God created the man Adam so that God the creator could have fellowship together with the man called Adam. God created a help mate for man called woman whose name was later changed to Eve which meant the mother of all living.
Satan now deceives Woman (Eve) into sinning against God the creator. While in the Garden of Eden Satan gets the woman to eat of the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Woman (Eve) then encourages the man ( Adam) to do the same.
Mankind is now condemned before the creator by their sin of disobedience to the creator. God the creator had told them that they could not eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for in the day that they did, they would die and be separated from God.
God removed them from the Garden of Eden. Death was now a part of the world and of mankind. God’s redemptive plan was that He (Jesus) would have to come in the form of flesh, die for man’s sins, then apply His own blood as a covering for man’s sin debt and man’s sins. That is exactly what Jesus Christ, who was God in the flesh, did for all mankind.
Jesus then gave the decision for man to be saved to mankind. It is now up to every one to make their decision to except Jesus Christ as their savior or not.