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It Cannot Be Said Enough - Almighty God is a God of Love

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Oct 4, 2007 at 19:33

In the other closely worded response, the question as to why Jesus Christ would sacrifice Himself for the sins of any person, let alone someone with hideous sins. The answer remains the same.

Heaven is promised to those who in faith believe that Jesus did pay their sin debt by His death on the cross, and that entry into heaven is guaranteed by Jesus being risen from the dead, or of what value might it be without that guarantee? The guarantee is underwritten by the love of Almighty God.

And another thing, what value would it be if it were only offered to the worthy? No, it must be offered to all for the perfect grace and mercy of Almighty God to be of perfect value. By faith it must be accepted, or in denial it will be rejected, and that is the true tragedy of it all, to deny the perfect love paid for by the perfect sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Believe in Jesus Christ and experience the love that salvation brings to all in faith.


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