Jesus Christ, He gave it all!

Commentary By: Gordon King

The light of the world, Jesus Christ!  The only God of the universe, the creator of all things, all made by Him and for Him.  He holds all things together, He maintains the universe and all that it contains.  

The Savior of the world, taking all sin upon Himself in order for all people to have the opportunity to experience life with God for eternity!  Yet many shall turn in rebellion, forsaking the one who created them, instead choosing eternal destruction, never knowing the love of God, the way He meant for us to.

It is not God’s will for anyone to perish, but for all to come to repentance and accept eternal life, this is God’s will.  

He loved the world so much that He gave His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, as a ransom for our sins.   Jesus Christ, the Son of God and God Himself, giving His life for the lives of all sinners!

How much more could God love us?  What more could He have done to show us how much He cares for us?

The creator of the world and the universe has given Himself, has sacrificed Himself so that we could spend eternity with Him!  I don’t know of anything more that He could have done to show His love for us!

He came into this world humble, meek, and mild, loving, caring, and sharing, healing, feeding, and clothing.  He came spreading His message of peace and hope to a hurting world.  Yet, one day soon He will come back ruling with a rod of iron, the King of kings, and the Lord of lords!

If you have not yet believed in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior then I strongly urge you to do so now, before it’s too late!  Once He comes back a second time it will be too late!

Accept Jesus Christ now as your Lord and Savior!

God bless my friends!  Maranatha!

2 thoughts on “Jesus Christ, He gave it all!

  1. So true. I’m thankful that you quoted the words, “He will rule with a rod of Iron”. You remind me of one of the confusions that these times have popularized about Jesus, that He has only one side, which is love and forgiveness. Of course, He strongly represents this, and when He first came, it was the humble servant who came to die for sins, but He will return in glory and power, and even wrath. If we think this is not the Jesus that we find in the Bible, we need to remember the words that are not taught as often. He said to the Pharisees words such as, “You brood of vipers”, “white washed tombs”, and “wolves in sheep clothing”. Told people not to be like the pharisees when he said, “Do not be like the hypocrites who…stand and pray…at the street corners, that they may be seen by others.” He turned over the tables of the money changers in the temple, and warned against living in sin as those who do so without repentance will not inherit the kingdom of God. Finally, Revelations around the same passage that you quoted, tells us that in those last days, “He Himself treads the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God.” Rev. 19:15 c So, while this is hard to imagine Jesus doing, we need to allow God in our minds to be both perfectly mercifully, as well as perfectly just. I long for His return and to see Him in His full glory, holy and pure, loving and merciful, mighty and omnipotent. Thank you for what you do.

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