God's Wrath was Satisfied

God's Wrath was Satisfied
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Thursday, 10 October 2013

Jesus of Nazareth

Jesus of Nazareth: The most amazing and beautiful story ever told, the only one which can transform a life and the only one which can save sinners. I see this every time I look into the Scriptures. It has been in existence before the world was created. It has been told from generation to generation and has never lost its flavor. It is foolishness to those who are perishing. It is God’s power to those who are being saved.

Jesus of Nazareth:  If people could read you and not just the story then they would find true satisfaction. Many focus on the story but not on your person. Many are moved by the kind of love in the story, a sacrificial kind of love; One which every man would love to participate in. Only a few see the person who gives that kind of love in the story. James bond and his love queens cannot compare to this love because bond never dies for those women. Romeo and Juliet both died and that was the end of the story. Cinderella found her perfect match but she also died. However, your story, Jesus of Nazareth, leaves forever. It is one in which you as the groom will leave happily ever after with your bride, the Church, all those whose sins have been forgiven through faith in you. You give them eternal life.  Oh Jesus, please help them see this by opening their eyes as you have done mine.

Jesus of Nazareth: The most thought provoking story ever told, the only story that reveals the one true God to mankind and the only story in which God dies to save man.  It is the only story that says, "eternal life is a free gift." Many have their thoughts provoked but they do not believe. It is stumbling block to the Jews. It is foolishness to the gentiles.

Oh that many would read your story with the intention of finding grace. Oh that many servants would arise to go forth and tell this story to those who have never heard it. Where are you soldiers of the cross? Where are you? Arise! Arise soldiers! Let's go and tell this beautiful story.

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