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“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16


God so love the world! If He so loves the world, is it His church He would hate? If He so loves the world, how dare you think He will leave you without meeting your needs. God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son. His love is so much that He says; I’m willing to give My Son, the only one I have. Let Him go because I want to show these people that I love them. That is the extent of the love of God. The interesting thing is that if you were the only sinner on earth, Jesus would still have died for you.

One of the reasons believers don’t receive is because they always focus on self. Take your eyes off yourself and focus on the finished work of Calvary. It is all about His love for you: It is because He loves you, that’s why He will heal your body, give you a baby. give you a job, open doors for you and give you a husband or a wife. The book of Romans 5:6 lets us know that we can’t help ourselves, so Jesus had to help us. There was no way out unless He helped us. When we were without strength, Christ died for the ungodly. He didn’t say until you become good. I’m trying to paint the picture for you so that when you are approaching God, you will approach Him based on His own merits, and not yours. You don’t have any merit at all.

While we were yet sinners; Christ loved us so much that He died on our behalf. You can put it this way: While we were yet sick, Christ died for us to be healed. While we were yet poor, Christ became poor that we might be rich. He didn’t tell you: “Help yourself!”  Because He knew you could not help yourself. If when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of His Son, now that we are reconciled, guess what? Everything is yours.

Further reading: Jeremiah 17:1-8, Romans 5: 1-10

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- 1 Chronicles 13-15; Evening- John 7:1-27

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