This is where sin is actually shown to have its purposes for good, where even pervasive sin that stands directly contrary to the will of God is turned for good; Where the fact that Jesus died for the men who killed Him speaks so loudly that no one can ever say Christ was an uncaring or selfish god, but that he was GOD in the flesh for us because of our evil. In fact, Jesus could have been justified in killing those who slew him, but they were saved as well. It is because of sin that we are allowed to live as we wish and reap the consequences of those sins; but the good that came from sin stems from our continual disobedience, which demanded a God to wipe away our sins. Without Christ we are doomed to sin and die, for without Christ we cannot be justified for our sins, since a blood offering is needed to wipe away sin from the Father. This paved the way to Christ the Son dying for humanity, where his blood was the one and final sacrifice and ..."that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." The love and patience of God is painfully obvious for those who simply open their eyes a little bit.