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The last days of the church have been briefly mentioned in the Bible; however, it is a dispensation that marks the grand finale and the beginning of eternity for the church. The last days are characterized by false doctrine propagated by false teachers of the church who by their own actions bring the curtain falling down. The last days are a fixation of a minor page in the church history, but the event is not minor as such. We must know that the cross in its rugged form is not the only saving instrument in the dispensation of church history. No sinner is saved by the act of Christ dying on the cross alone, but by the divine application of the value of that death when the sinner believes. For those whose hearts have remorse, they should be encouraged to know that Christ died as their advocate/sponsor that they may be freed from guilt and spiritual death. It was not the choice of the sinner that Christ should die for them; it was laid out by God from the foundation of the universe. The Grand plan was that Adam was going to be created, be tempted and fall to pave way for a second Adam who brings eternal hope for the whole universe to demonstrate God’s love in contrast to Satan’s claim which paints God as a despot. Therefore, no creature of God is subject to condemnation so long as they believe. The sin of unbelief is specific since it is directly related to the finished work of Christ on the cross. Unbelief denies the finished work of Christ on the cross. The unique sacrifice of Christ is that he did not conform to the Aaronic pattern of sacrifice by being the offering himself and being the sacrificer. But the touching act is that of God offering His son for the atonement of the sins of men. God offered the sacrifice for himself, His son. Christ was tested and emerged as an efficient savior able to succor those who have been tempted. Christ was not a sinner, but was made sin and became a sin offering to save the whole universe from its eternal damnation.