For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be saved through Him. John 3:16-17

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“The Gospel is not man accepting Jesus as his Saviour, but that God accepted the Lord Jesus as the perfect and only Saviour two thousand years ago.  The Gospel is not man giving his heart or his life to Jesus, but that Christ gave His life, His whole being, in the place of sinners.  The Gospel is not man receiving Christ into his heart, but that God received the Lord Jesus into Heaven as the mediator of sinners.  The Gospel is not Christ enthroned in the human heart, but that God enthroned the Lord Jesus at His right hand in Heaven.

Do we see the great distinction between these two messages?  One is subjective and puts the emphasis on what man must do.  The other is objective and puts the emphasis on what Christ has already done.  The sinner is only to trust in what has already been done on his behalf.  the Lord Jesus cried, “…It is finished…” He did it all.  He took upon Himself the load of sin, the full responsibility for the sin of mankind.  Because Christ paid the complete debt, God raised Him from the dead and accepted Him into Heaven.  The resurrection was God’s sign to all that He accepted the Lord Jesus Christ forever as the perfect Saviour.  God is satisfied.  Is the convicted sinner?  Will he rest the whole weight of his soul’s salvation on Christ’s acceptance by God as the perfect Saviour?  Will the sinner cease once and for all trying to do anything to save himself?  Will he trust only in God’s Son for salvation?”  From Firm Foundations Creation to ChristTrevor Mcllwain with Nancy Everson pg.13

5th of Tamuz, 5767

Look at the behemoth, which I have made along with you; he eats grass like an ox.  See now, his strength is in his hips, and his power is in his stomach muscles.  He moves his tail like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are tightly knit.  His bones are like beams of bronze, his ribs like bars of iron.

Job 40:15 – 18

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