Now this life has a purpose. God can't just create us for nothing.
When I look at the painting The Creation of Adam by Michaelangelo, oh a picture is worth a thousand words. To realize what I realized about the picture, I’ll illustrate it this way: Let’s say you’re God and you created ants. Isn’t it fun and we get curious about the ant’s life? They are so interesting. Yes, you will know your creations of course, what they think, how they feel, how they live, but it’s still different; You wouldn’t really feel and understand their real innermost thoughts and feelings unless, you become them and live among them. That is what God just did. He only knows that men are rebellious. He saw no one righteous. Everyone turned away from their Creator – which we’re all guilty about. All men are selfish, wanting own freedom, neglecting that they are just creations under a God. Now I’m not talking about a bossy egoistic God. Actually it’s totally the opposite. This God created us special among all creations. He gave us the breath of life – His Spirit in us (Genesis 2:7). He gave us free will and didn't make us robots because His pleasure is in His relationship with us. Now the righteous judge was angry with all people who turned away from Him. The word justice gives us a conclusion that sin must be punished. Don’t you kill germs, mosquitoes and other pests that annoy you? Why, because it’s man’s instinct to end a life of a harmful organism which cannot fight back. What if God did the same? He didn’t, because He loved us – and that is the most amazing thing! But how did He manage His wrath for all mankind? Instead of bringing death He sent His Son to pay for us. God the Son Jesus Christ lived among us in fully human form. He did not live as a King but as a slave, lower status than a normal human. Just like a human he experienced joy, friendship, love, anger, pain, suffering and loss. The only exception was eros love to keep Him pure because He’s set apart. He struggled with temptation yet He didn’t sin. He was the most rejected man. Even the Father have forsaken Him while dying on the cross (see Matthew 27:46). For Romans, dying on a cross is a curse and Jesus became the curse for all men. God cannot have fellowship with sin and Jesus on that cross became the sin of all men. After three days He rose again from death to fulfill the plan of God of Salvation for all mankind.