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Permalink 01:55:13 pm, Categories: By Pam, 155 words   English (US)

Love Covers The Multitude

"Love covers a multitude of sin." Jesus so loved His Father that He, in perfect obedience, willingly laid down His life. The shedding of His own blood covering the multitude of human sin in this perfect expression of Love. Having conquered sin, He put death also under His feet; and took up His life again and is now imparting that Life to all who believe.

Our sins have been forgiven and are no longer remembered by God. They have been covered by the blood of Jesus and our Heavenly Father no longer sees our sin. The Way is open to God and Jesus is the Way. There is no need to live any longer in darkness for God is not distant, He is indeed very near, as near as our own heart. Receive faith, receive Jesus, and enter into close communion with our Creator, the Creator of all things living, the Father of us all.

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Comment from: Trent [Member] ·
By Him, you have written what is true. Thank you for reminding us. Could it be that this is something that can only be forgotten and remembered, but that nobody has ever gone completely without?

Permalink 01/17/07 @ 16:48
Comment from: Pam [Member]
Hi Trent,

We believers are funny folk aren't we? We can immerse ourselves so deeply in 'how' we came to faith in Jesus that we forget that it really doesn't matter how but only Who. Jesus saves and whether we wear the labels, Armenian, Calvinist, or Universalist; none of those understandings are the Way but Jesus only.

Yes, we wander away from the simple truth that is the gospel and complicate things but He is faithful to always draw us back to the simplicity that is foolishness to the world but the power of God for those who are being saved. There is no limitation that man can place upon God fulfilling His own desire in that none should perish but that all should be brought to repentance and He is bringing that desire to reality through the simplicity of the good news that all sins have been forgiven and there is nothing to hinder anyone from entering the presence of God.:0)All little children know this and it is of such as they are that populate the Kingdom of God.

Permalink 01/17/07 @ 17:14
Comment from: Trent [Member] ·
His arms are fully open, and longing for all the people everywhere to run, and be receptive to His freely given gift.

Permalink 01/17/07 @ 19:01
Comment from: Pam [Member]
And we each come to Him in our own appointed order as He reveals Himself to us.

Permalink 01/17/07 @ 23:57

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