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Thursday, January 28, 2016

The Draw of God To Save That Sinner That Is Come Undone Contrite Sinner That Is Us!

The Word of God says, "what shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his soul?" "Come unto Me all you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest," Jesus said. "Come learn of Me for I am meek and lowly of heart. And you shall find rest for your souls." May God drop into our hearts the cross and Death of Christ as the example and Ransom to us of God love. The cross shows us the length and width God would go to save us. The depth of His love amazes!

The Word of God proclaimed unashamed is convicting by God alone doing the work.

Did you know Jesus Christ went to a Cross and hung there tormented in His body with three nails piercing Him through but didn't open His mouth in self defense but for our sins He suffered atoned just enough to save and last on the cross six hours which is a miracle in itself, having predicted He would be whipped and scourged and handed over to the Jews and Romans then crucified that we might be redeemed and born again in relationship with God through that one Death, burial, and Resurrection Ascension? Do you currently have a relationship with God the Father? Why not trust the Savior and Lord? We as Adam's race are failing of the laws of God and therefore qualify to be confessing that we're a sinner before God. The goal is Salvation then Christlikeness with love from a pure heart, a good conscience, and sincere faith and discipling unto a focal point of Jesus Christ following through with obeying, doing what He tells you! "The Empty Tomb is there to show my Savior lives," The Bill Gaither Trio sang. It's true. If you made the choice to accept the plans of God for yourself and follow near to Him each day in Christ and receive Jesus Christ grab hold and stay attached to Him abiding in Him you will be saved calling upon Him! Begin to love God. Surrender to Him pliable yielded. The promise is the hope of Eternal life In Him as in Titus 3:7. Peter wrote, "we have exceeding great and precious promises," and this was during the persecution of Nero!
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