For All to Grasp

Salvation for all men is God’s will and for that reason Christ died on the cross. However at the end of the book of revelation, in Revelation 22:15 we find people outside the gate to the city where the redeemed dwell, separated from the presence of God. From now until then, the echo of John 3:16 is still audible, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life”. When anyone ends up outside the gate, it will not be because God did not care, it will be because they chose the path that ended outside the gate. May the grace of God unite with the free will of man for the salvation of man. He who has an ear let Him hear.

Just and Fair

God deals with each person justly. No man can substitute for the other, except Christ who died in our place that through His grace we live, even though our souls have sinned. He bore our wickedness on the cross and transferred His righteousness to us. Without Christ, we will have to face God on our own merit . Who can claim to be righteous before God on their own merit? The most ย righteous acts according to the scriptures, are like filthy rags before Him. However by His grace, I AM righteous. That grace teaches righteous living. I trust that your soul shall live through Him who bore our transgressions.

He walks the Talk

God extends grace and He also extends justice. This makes it a very fine line to navigate. Under grace, the advocate Jesus Christ speaks on our behalf drawing from His sacrificial death on the cross to make it possible to walk that fine line. Jesus calls it the narrow road that leads to life. When there is an uprising the authorities curb it with full force. When there is a violation of human rights and the law, the perpetrators are hunted down and brought to justice. How about encouraging rebellion against the Lord Almighty? He makes the call. May we love Him, walk with Him and encourage others to come along focusing all the glory on Him. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ