I was thinking today about how God sent his Son to us. It was motivated by love, a love willing to give his most precious gift. God realized that we were unable to ever live good enough to go to heaven when we die. He knew that there was only one way. He sent His Son. Jesus was born and He grew and live a perfect example so we could learn from His life. Then He was rejected and crucified maliciously. God knew Jesus would be rejected and that He would not only be crucified but all the powers of hell would torment him at His death. He took all the torment that you and I deserve and He willingly let others beat him and crucify Him. We know it was willingly because the bible says He would lay down His life for us . The bible tells us He was God in the flesh and He could of destroyed all His enemies if He wanted to but He didn't. You know Why? Because of love. He loved us even when we didn't love him. He served as a perfect example of love yet, The majority did not want His love, they wanted something else more than God. Some people thought they were good enough, that is when someone is too prideful to see his own sin. Some wanted to follow other Gods that have no love neither could they hear or see because they were not real. God is real and has real love. He loves you and He wants you to become His child no matter your age, no matter your race, no matter what you've done. You and I are the reason God gave His Son. That my dear ones is why Christmas is so wonderful and that is why He IS, the perfect gift.
Susan Y Nikitenko
December 7th, 2013
But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
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