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Would any bloggers like to share something from the life of Jesus as recorded in the gospels that show what a wonderful God of love we have?

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Therese-John 3:16.
---Warwick on 7/19/13


Elder,

I overlooked your comment regarding MarkV's theology. They are spot on. On Mark's "belief" about God evangelism is pointless.
---Marc on 7/19/13


Would any bloggers like to share something from the life of Jesus as recorded in the gospels that show what a wonderful God of love we have?
---therese on 6/30/13


Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.
---francis on 7/18/13


Jesus directed minds to the beauty of the flowers. Matthew6:28 Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow, they neither toil nor spin, and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. I believe God loves humans so much to give us such beauty in the flowers.
---therese on 7/19/13


Mark if someone says something to you which you consider offensive don't compound the error by replying rudely as you have done, but simply point out their offence.
---Warwick on 7/18/13




Would any bloggers like to share something from the life of Jesus as recorded in the gospels that show what a wonderful God of love we have?
---therese on 6/30/13

Romans 5:8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
---francis on 7/18/13


A servant 7.18.13 The question asked on this blog. I tried to get back to the blog question by posting 6 different events from the life of Christ. I am yet to see 5 of them. It seems controversy is better than the love of God
---therese on 7/18/13


Warwick, I am again suprised by your comments to me. Especially coming from you again. So you believe it is disgusting to tell someone to take their medications when a believer cannot control his mouth? If he/she is a believer that is what he/she needs. It is an honest advice. If he/she is not a believer then he/ she needs to get saved by God. Marc/kathr has run his/her mouth off about me and my family many times. The best thing or best advice I could give is to tell him/her to take their medications. You don't like that, well I am sorry I do not live up to your righteous standards Warwick, I thought it was the best answer I could give, without condemning.
---Mark_V. on 7/18/13


Just a thought, have any of you read the title of the blog? Maybe even ventured to read the question asked?
---A_servant on 7/18/13


Mark, I have just noticed your comments to Marc suggesting he is bipolar. That is a most disgusting thing for one Christian to say to another. I am ashamed of you.
---Warwick on 7/18/13




Marc/kathr, if you do not have bipolar, then I read your answer wrong. But I don't think I did. If you are not bipolar who needs her med's, that means you are just lost. Because you reject the Truth. I'm talking about Jesus Christ the eternal Son of God. I cannot help you, only God can do that supernatural act of saving you.
---Mark_V. on 7/18/13


---therese on 7/17/13

May God continue to bless you with that understanding of the full glory and power of the Death and Resurrection.(complete action)


Death is defeated no matter how the adversary twist the word to mean otherwise,

Christ has Risen-Glory to God as Father.

Shalom sis
---char on 7/17/13


When Jesus was being crucified He prayed for his executioners. Father forgive them for they do not know what they do. Luke 23:34. Says to me that God loves all and wants them all to come to repentance.
---therese on 7/17/13


Thank you to all who shared something of Jesus showing God's love on this blog. It would be great to fill this with some more of this. God bless.
---therese on 7/17/13


Would be good to read something about Jesus showing love as the question states.
---therese on 7/17/13


MarkV's response to my contrary argument is to make a very unChristian comment about my putative lack of mental health. Where I come from this is considered churlish, childish and the sign of a man bereft of convincing argument.

I can truly imagine Paul, standing at Mars Hill, saying to the Atheneans "You're all suffering from mental illness", as a response to their debate against him on the nature of God.

Your lack of Christian love in that one comment cuts to the very heart of your theology. It shows that you've missed the mark (there is a pun there for those with understanding).
---Marc on 7/16/13


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Nikki, you need to go back and read the Word of God. You say,
"God didn't have those nations destroyed."
You could call it slaughtered.
"But of the cities of these peoples which the Lord your God gives you as an inheritance, you shall let nothing that breaths remain alive, but you shall utterly destroy them: The Hittite and the Amorite and the Canaanite and the Perizzite and the Hivite and the Jebusite, Just as the Lord your God has commended you" (Deut. 20:15-17).
Everything that breaths, man, woman, children, babies, animals.
What do you suppose happen to their free will?
---Mark_V. on 7/17/13


We Are On Our Knees because we know God Exist - "Savior".

Acts 4:12 "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other Name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved."

We are on our knees because we are "Christians"- Knowing there is only ONE NAME unto Salvation:
Ysha: YHVH saves, delivers, rescues....

"Christ": God's Word confirmed/testified by Him alone: Anointed.


Isaiah 43:11 -12"I, even I, am the Lord, and beside Me there is no savior
"I have declared, and have saved, and I have shewed, when there was no strange god among you: therefore ye are My witnesses," saith the Lord,

"that I Am God."

Shalom
---char on 7/16/13


He had nation after nation destroyed or slaughtered. Did He love all the firstborns that died when the angel of death went through Egypt the same as those of the Israelites? Is that the love of God you are thinking about? Most of you say He loved everyone the same, show how that is possible?---Mark_V. on 7/14/13

God didn't have those nations destroyed.
They had their own Countries destroyed as people sent their own souls to hell.

God loved Israel the most. But Israel was destroyed.
Why?
Not because God loved it so much.
But because they refused to love God as much as He loved them.
---Nikki on 7/16/13


Marc/Kathr, I have given enough scriptures for all of you to look at. You have given nothing but want to speak about my son. He is no different then you, he rejects the truth just like you do, he also doesn't believe in the Eternal Son of God just like you.
What you need to do in the mornings is to take you med's for the bipolar. I will move on to those who want to discuss Scripture.
---Mark_V. on 7/16/13


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MarkV,

I notice you never actually address my questions or arguments. What you do is spew forth your Calvinist doctrine as though that is the default position. This tells me your belief system is unsupportable.

Sorry to say this, but I am beginning to understand why your son does not believe in God - you turned him off God by your ridiculous and unbiblical theology. Furthermore, you tacitly blame God for your son's unbelief as this is the logical consequence of this evil belief. You must repent of your blasphemy against God.
---Marc on 7/16/13


"You could have the best and biggest influence on your son getting saved if only you understood the doctrine of God and Salvation.
---Elder on 7/14/13"


Amen!

1 Cor 7:12-16

We do have a influence over our loved ones who are unbelievers and can even save them by sanctifying them with the truth.

MarkV, this doctrine you believe and preach only keeps people from the love of Christ. It teaches them that He may not want to save them in the first place. No FAITH will come from that horror. Maybe this is how your son currently feels. There is still time to save him if you repent from this heresy.
---Jasheradan on 7/14/13


Marc/Kathr, when faced with the facts about God, I know now, that I am a Christian, that while lost, I could never have saved myself.
1. I could not change my own heart towards Christ.
2. I could not create my own faith to believe in Christ.
3. I could not convict myself in order to repent.
4. I know I need God to make me see spiritual matters concerning Christ.
5. I could not give myself understanding to believe the gospel Truth.
6. I could not sustain myself save if it was not for Jesus who sustains me through faith.
7. I know I could not love Christ unless God was my Father, and He loved me first.
8. I could never seek after God while lost.
Everyone on their knees is a Calvinist, if they are truely saved.
---Mark_V. on 7/14/13


Would any bloggers like to share something from the life of Jesus as recorded in the gospels that show what a wonderful God of love we have?
---therese on 6/30/13

There are so many
John 14:27 Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.
---francis on 7/14/13


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Mark explain what death has to do with God not loving someone?
Your belief is flawed at best.
Since your "faith" dictates that God saves who He will by force or He will just forget them proves you know very little about the love of God.
Ya gotta ask, with a belief like yours, who cares about your son getting Saved? If what you say is true it makes no difference. So if he goes to hell that's good it is the same if he goes to heaven.
Learning only part of the Bible is dangerous. You could have the best and biggest influence on your son getting saved if only you understood the doctrine of God and Salvation.
---Elder on 7/14/13


Marc/Kathr, God does not love what you are doing with His Word. I can tell you that. You like most others, have nothing but complains, a lot of whining and name calling. And nothing from the Word of God. There is hardly any difference between all the free willers. They are proud people, who can checkmate God in every turn and He cannot do anything, God in subjection to sinful man. You reject the Truth just like the lost. Keep rejecting it. That might be your destiney.
It is the work of God that you believe in Him whom He sent, but God has not worked that work in your heart.
---Mark_V. on 7/14/13


MarkV's choices:

1. God loves his son now but on purpose doesn't save him when he could save him.
2. God doesn't love him now but will love him later at the moment when he decides to save him.
3. God doesn't love him now and never will because God will never save him.
4. God loves his son now and wants Mark's son's heart to turn to him and thus be saved.

Have I omitted any other possibility?

Well, I reckon the more biblical option is 4.
---Marc on 7/14/13


Would any bloggers like to share something from the life of Jesus as recorded in the gospels that show what a wonderful God of love we have?
---therese on 6/30/13

Ephesians 3:14 For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,

Ephesians 3:15 Of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named,

Ephesians 3:16 That he would grant you, according to the riches of his glory, to be strengthened with might by his Spirit in the inner man,

Ephesians 3:17 That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith, that ye, being rooted and grounded in love,
---francis on 7/14/13


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Sorry for hijacking. I think my favorite part of the gospels is where Jesus is washing the feet of his apostles. Thats shows an amazing amount of meekness and love from a God who had every right to cast us from his presence.

Hes the king who came to serve and the God who washed our feet. (Love that song by the way. Lincoln Brewster - More Than Amazing)
---Jasheradan on 7/14/13


Jesheradan, now you are asking me a question I cannot answer. I don't know if my son will be saved or not. Or whether you will either. I don't know the mind of God and who He chose before the foundation of the world. Your problem and those of the free willers is that you do not know the love of God very well as it is presented in the Bible.
Can you answer a question?
Did God love the other nations the same as He love Israel? He had nation after nation destroyed or slaughtered. Did He love all the firstborns that died when the angel of death went through Egypt the same as those of the Israelites? Is that the love of God you are thinking about? Most of you say He loved everyone the same, show how that is possible?
---Mark_V. on 7/14/13


MarkV, I know you love your son. My question was, do you think God loves your son and wants to save him?

What if he is not saved later on in life after you are gone? According to what you believe that means God didnt love your son and wants him to burn in a fiery hell for all eternity. How does that make you feel?
---Jasheradan on 7/13/13


John 3:16-18 (NASB77)
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world should be saved through Him.

That's the ultimate love of God, He sent His ONLY son to die so we might live.
---wivv on 7/13/13


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Would any bloggers like to share something from the life of Jesus as recorded in the gospels that show what a wonderful God of love we have?
---therese on 6/30/13
Mark 10:45 For even the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many
---francis on 7/13/13


Jesheradan, you asked a stupid question, stupid, because you must think I don't love my son. That is very stupid. I don't know if God is going to save my son. He might be saved later in life, after I am gone. And again he might live a life in rebellion against God always. Only God knows. Why do you think I pray to God for him? Because I know only God can change his heart towards Christ. Only God can give him the faith to believe. Only God can give him eyes to see and ears to hear the Truth in faith. Right now my son loves his sin. He has been given the gospel, and like many others, he makes fun of Jesus and believers. "But my faith is in God that He will change him," I do not have faith in my son, that he will change himself.
---Mark_V. on 7/13/13


I would love all those who have hijacked this blog (MarkV, Jasheradan, Francis,Marc) to show that the love of God is in their hearts by speaking of that love as seen in Jesus life. Please!!!!!!!!!!!!
---therese on 7/13/13


Kathr, when faced with the facts about God, I know now, that I am a Christian, that while lost, I could never have saved myself.
1. I could not change my own heart towards Christ.
2. I could not create my own faith to believe in Christ.
3. I could not convict myself in order to repent.
4. I could not do surgery on my eyes and ears in order to hear the Spirit.
5. I could not give myself understanding to believe the gospel Truth.
6. I could not sustain myself save if it was not for Jesus who sustains me through faith.
7. I know I could love Christ unless God was my Father.
8. I could never seek after God while lost.
Everyone on their knees is a Calvinist. For their dependence is on God, not in themselves.
---Mark_V. on 7/13/13


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A_servant,

it seems that you don't follow MarkV's posts very often. He does not believe God loves all (as I DO). Neither does Christan. He believes God loves only the "elect": those He forces to have faith in Christ. Click his name and follow his words please.

Yes - I agree with you. God does love all men. None of us deserve what He did for us in Christ.
---Jasheradan on 7/13/13


Good point Jasheradan.

Of course, when faced like a mature adult, Mark V's soteriology logically MUST have God actively willing Mark's son to eternal hell. Mark has previously admitted that God wills all things. Ipso facto, God wills Mark V's son to hell and hasn't willed him to eternal life.

Mark's passive-aggressive game of blaming God (Mark, however, doesn't possess the courage of his own theological convictions to say this, but that's OK because logic steps up to the plate and demonstrates the conclusion!) stands as a warning to all on this blog.
---Marc on 7/12/13


My advice, get rid of free will. It's worth nothing.
---Mark_V. on 7/12/13
Great, so why do you care if your son accepts, Jesus, or becomes a christian?
Free will would mean that you son has a choice.
Predestination means you son has no choice in the matter.

Can you accept that your son may be predestined to be burned in the lake of Fire and that God did not create your son to be saved, but created you to be saved and to witness your sons' burning for eternity?
---francis on 7/12/13


Jasheradan,

You know without doubt that God wanting His son to go to hell is wrong and not what MarkV meant at all. You are imposing your interpretation upon others for no real reason. MarkV, though we have our differences, has always talked about the love of God. God loves us all, each and every one, and wishes us all to come, but not all will, and still He loves us. That is my God of love, and if you two still disagree and squabble to no Christian end, then create another blog. This one is about the love of God exhibited through the life of Jesus Christ. For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him would never perish, but have everlasting life. That, is love.
---A_servant on 7/12/13


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MarkV, do you believe God wants your son to go to hell and thats why he doesnt believe in Christ?
---Jasheradan on 7/12/13


Samuel, you say you agree with me, but you add,
"Freewill combines both"
How does free will conbine both? What you are suggesting is that the sacrifice of Christ is not good enough to save anyone, it needs the ok from sinful man to be worth anything.
How is that possible, when Jesus said:
"With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible" (Matt. 19:26) It's impossible for man to save himself using his free will. Jesus even goes further when He says,
"This is the work of God, that you believe in Him whom He sent" (John 6:29) and you suggest that it needs sinful man's free will for the sinful man to believe.
My advice, get rid of free will. It's worth nothing.
---Mark_V. on 7/12/13


I see the love of God in the way Jesus reacted with Pilate. He told him about the kingdom of God. He even minimised the blame for His crucifixion in the words recorded in John 19:11 The one who delivered me to you has the greater sin.
---therese on 7/11/13


In Matthew when Jesus talked of the little children He showed us how much He loves even the smallest of people.
---A_servant on 7/11/13


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Kathr, you say again,
"On the other hand, it's probably quite an easy escape by blaming God. That's right, God chose me, Mark V, but not my son. Oh well, must be all down to God's sovereign will."

Something you should know, God is Sovereign in control of me, my son, and everyone else. He determines when we were to be born and when we were going to die, where we were to be born, what abilities we would have, and whether He will save us or not.
I pray to God, ask Him to change his heart towards Christ. Why? because I cannot change him, and he cannot change his own rebellious heart. Only God can change him. Jesus said,
"This is the work of God, that you believe in Him whom He sent" (John 6:29).
---Mark_V. on 7/11/13


Marc,

This blog is about our God of love. You have defiled the name of Jesus Christ by coming on here and slandering the name of all Christians who oppose you, assuming you somehow stand above the rest of the church. If you honestly want to argue it out with people, and have some real ground to stand on, create another blog, this is not what this one was intended for, and your actions do not in any way reflect the love of Jesus Christ.
---A_servant on 7/11/13


markv, maybe God knew but if He knew no one would need a Savior, He would not have sent His Son to die for our sin. we would not need churches, missionaries and people who minister to others. I can't remember where the verse is in genesis but God repented that He made man. now if God knew He would not have said what He did. see, that goes along with our will to do as we please but there is a payday someday.
---shira4368 on 7/11/13


"No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him, and I will raise him up at the last day." (John 6:44)
Jesus knew who believe in Him and who didn't. Those who believed in Him were ones drawn by the Father. For faith is a gift of God. "This is the work of God, that you believe in Him whom He sent" (John 6:29).
Mark_V

I agree with your bible quotes exactly. But I just pair them with these quotes.
Jhn 12:32 And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all [men] unto me.
Romans 5:18 So then as through one transgression *there resulted condemnation to all men, even so through one act of righteousness *there resulted justification of life to all men.

Freewill combines both.
---Samuelbb7 on 7/11/13


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On the other hand, it's probably quite an easy escape by blaming God. That's right, God chose me, Mark V, but not my son. Oh well, must be all down to God's sovereign will. Yep, how mysterious are the ways of God who arbitrarily chooses me over my son.
---Marc on 7/11/13
HHHMMMM, you know i never thought of it that way. So he not not worry, or try to present thegospel to his son, God has already judged his son
---francis on 7/11/13


Marc, when you cannot answer a simple bible question, you again resort to calling me some kind of name or accusing me of something. You have a whole Bible to present, yet you go a different route. Jesus came to same His sheep, His children. Those born of God drawn by the Father. Jesus said,
"No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him, and I will raise him up at the last day." (John 6:44)
Jesus knew who believe in Him and who didn't. Those who believed in Him were the ones drawn by the Father. For faith is a gift of God.
"Jesus answered and said to them, "This is the work of God, that you believe in Him whom He sent" (John 6:29).
---Mark_V. on 7/11/13


Every word, every act was/is in love and could not be otherwise and if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen
---chria9396 on 7/11/13


MarkV,

It must be tough having a son who doesn't believe in God.

On the other hand, it's probably quite an easy escape by blaming God. That's right, God chose me, Mark V, but not my son. Oh well, must be all down to God's sovereign will. Yep, how mysterious are the ways of God who arbitrarily chooses me over my son. Now, let me look for a verse or two, rip them out of their context, and show my enemies how God chooses whom he chooses, damns the rest to infernal and eternal misery, yet wants all men to be saved and still is love.

What a paradox, Mark believes. Still, Mark knows his theology is the right one and anyone who opposes it are enemies and children of the devil.....
---Marc on 7/11/13


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Marc, your wisdom of words and education means nothing when you do not know the God of the Bible. You can have all the wisdom in the world, and it means nothing without the Spirit of God. Instead of all the talk, you should put your education on studying the Sovereign Lord of heaven and earth.
"Whatever the Lord pleases He does, in heaven and in earth, in the seas and in all deep places" (Ps. 135:6). You say, "not true at all." yet we are told,
"He doeth according to His will in the army of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth: and none can stay His hand" (Dan. 4:35). You say no, He cannot because man has something to say. WRONG.
---Mark_V. on 7/11/13


A servant wrote: "are you (Marc) claiming that God WILL save everybody?" while Mark V wrote, "The reason the whole world is not saved is because He chose not to save the whole world."

And this is why I did remarkably well in my university philosophy and religious studies exams to capably point out just how poorly people reason.

To the first, no, I never claimed that. Your insertion of the modal 'will' reinvents my claim. Reread the original.

And Mark V, what can I say that might assuage his misanthropic bleatings? Maybe if he actually concentrated on reading Jesus' own words he'd see our Lord and Saviour as the thorough antithesis of his, Mark V's, own personality!
---Marc on 7/11/13


Some bloggers have hijacked this blog. Please keep to the topic. We're focusing on the love of God as revealed in Jesus life thanks.
---therese on 7/11/13


God wants everyone to be saved, and God will bring that about, because He is God, and whatever He proposes, He does bring about.
---Love.wins on 7/10/13


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God does want all to be saved but all do not want to be saved. that is the whole deal in a nutshell. God is willing, are you?
---shira4368 on 7/10/13


Marc, your insane questioning the ability of God not able to save the whole world if He so wanted. The reason the whole world is not saved is because He chose not to save the whole world. You are the one preaching a pagan god who is not able to save anyone. You say,
"Richard states "If God wanted to save all he could."

In other words, Richard believes God could but won't."
Richard is correct. You speak about children and don't even know who God's children are. His children are those born of God. The lost are children of Satan. You have no concept of who God is, and who He is saving. Satan cannot save anyone, God can save anyone He so wants and does. You should know who your Father is before you talk.
---Mark_V. on 7/10/13


\\Richard states "If God wanted to save all he could."

In other words, Richard believes God could but won't.\\
-Marc

Excuse me for interrupting this conversation, but are you (Marc) claiming that God WILL save everybody? I'm sorry, but not everyone is getting saved. In addition, no one named Richard has posted on this particular blog, so for whatever reason you're attacking someone behind their back, it is petty and beneath a Christian.
---A_servant on 7/10/13


Richard states "If God wanted to save all he could."

In other words, Richard believes God could but won't. That's not the Jesus or God the Father I know from the Bible but a pagan belief system imposed onto our Saviour. In other words, it's an idol of your own making, a god made in your own image.

No earthly father would carry the same standard i.e. being able to save their child from death but wouldn't.

Richard's soteriology is pagan to the core and not Jewish: "Do I have any pleasure at all that the wicked should die?" says the Lord God, "and not that he should turn from his ways and live?" Ezekiel 18:23
---Marc on 7/10/13


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While hanging on the cross, Jesus looked upon those who were instrumental in placing Him there and said, "Father forgive them, for they no not what they do." Luke 23:34 Displaying unequivocally, "what a wonderful God of love we have."
---josef on 7/8/13


Hello, one really wonderfull part our Lord Jesus demonstrate His great love,mercy..Jn3:8-9 Jesus first after dealing with those who seek accuse(set him) drap/ Jesus instead shows his love,wisdom mercy to this woman ,vs.10 jesus straitenend up and ask her"woman where are they?"has no one condemn you?11.No one sir,so Jesus tells her go leave your life of sin.. Forgiveness great example of His love! Love of Jesus!
---lidia_4796 on 7/7/13


Jesus treatment of Peter after he denied even knowing Jesus, shows how God loves and accepts genuine repentance. John chapter 21:15-18.
---therese on 7/6/13


John6:37 All that the Father giveth me shall come to me, and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out.
---trey on 7/2/13


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Matthew 9:36 But when he saw the multitudes, he was moved with compassion on them, because they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd.
---francis on 7/2/13


John 6, giving Himself as food and drink.

Taste and see how good is our God!

Beyond our understanding!
---Nikki on 7/2/13


Jesus Himself has claimed this in prayer for us > John 17:22-23 >

"'And the glory which You gave Me I have given them, that they may be one just as We are one: I in them, and You in Me, that they may be made perfect in one, and that the world may know that You have sent Me, and have loved them as You have loved Me.'"
---willie_c: on 7/2/13


Luke 12:42-44. Jesus showed God's love when He praised the poor widow whose heart was right towards God. Socially she was nothing. In God's eyes she was precious.
---therese on 7/2/13


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How about His death? It's saturated with infinite love so great that finite minds can never truly comprehend.
---A_servant on 7/1/13


TRUE LOVE TO GOD: 1 John 4:16: assures believers of God's love to them! Matthew 5:43-48>>Our love is to be higher than the heathens, [a higher level]. we are to pray for the lost, some exceptions: God tells you not to. By the lost I mean individuals or a nation. Because God really is not interested in helping this world, because He wouldn't get any of the credit. NO VENGEFUL HEART, a great temptation we must not succumb to.
---Catherine on 7/1/13


"No greater love than to lay ones life down for his friends." john 15:13 Does not get any better than that.

I also have to say John Ch 1. especially vs 14 "...the Word (creator, maker, outside of creation) became flesh (came into creation) and dwelt (servant to creation) among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son of the Father..."
---Scott1 on 7/1/13


When Jesus was about to go to the cross He said "Abba, Father, all things are possible for You. Take this cup away from Me, nevertheless, not what I will, but what You will. Father, if it is Your will, take this cup away from Me, nevertheless not My will, but Yours, be done. Then said Jesus unto Peter, Put up thy sword into the sheath: the cup which my Father has given me, shall I not drink it? For this cause I was born, and for this cause I have come into the world, that I should bear witness to the truth. Everyone who is of the truth hears My voice. Hereby perceive we the love [of God], because he laid down his life for us." Mar 14:36>Luk 22:42>Jhn 18:11>Jhn 18:37
---joseph on 7/1/13


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it seemed that jesus was amazed with the faith of nameless Gentiles.

so no matter how the "chosen" through bloodline or predestination (i cannot claim either), whether i am "saved" or not, i can still say thank you Father. you made salvation possible.
---aka on 6/30/13


I agree with Mary, next is when Jesus raised the widow's only son from the dead and gave him back to her.

Jesus knew the widow was next to die without any means of support.

But, mostly I think Jesus giving Himself as food and drink for us always is beyond belief.
No one could have imagine that type of love.
---Nikki on 6/30/13


Hi, the one that most touches me personally is the raising of Lazarus. To give him back to his two sisters was beyond kind! :)
---Mary on 6/30/13


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