right to say that God died on the cross for us and
if so how could God die?
The phrase "God died for us" is not scriptural and
should not be used. The title "God" refers to the
Triune God, in the Persons of the Father, Son and
Holy Spirit. They did not all die for our sins.
However it would be right to say that the "Son of
God died for us"
"the Son of God who loved me and gave Himself for
it speaks of "the blood of God as having redeemed
His own. Now to understand how the Son of God could
die we must first understand that God was incarnate
in human flesh.
"The word was made flesh and dwelt among us."
Reincarnation would mean that He lived and died and
came back in as another person. This is not true of
Him or anyone else. He pre-existed as the Son of God
and as such was clotheth with humanity. To
understand further how the Son of God could die we
must understand death. This is spoken of in a
threefold way in the Bible.
Since man is body-soul and spirit there are three
kinds of deaths. Death is always "separation"
Spiritual death is separation from God. We are all
dead to begin with.
Physical death is the separation of the spirit and
soul from the body. Second death (Revelation
is when both body and soul is separated from God
forever in hell.
When the Son of God died for us it simply means that
His Deity and Humanity left His body for three days.
It does not mean His Deity or humanity ceased to
exist, but that it was not in His physical house. He
died for you.
Have you accepted His death as your only salvation?
There is no other way.