You are Alpha and Omega, we worship You my God You are worthy to be Praise!2x, we give glory and honour, we worship You O! God You are worthy to be Praise!2x// All glory, all Mighty, adoration to You! Holy father we worship you
Precious Jesus our savior, Holy spirit we wait on you, Holy spirit we wait on you, Holy spirit we wait on you, For fire (several times), (goes to the begining
Our Father in heaven we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name! we adore You we give You Praise, adoration to Your Holy Name! Father, we welcome You in our midst today, thank You Father for You are Great, there is no one to be compared with Thee, we give You glory, alleluia to Your Name. thank You and thank You, and Thank You again and again in Jesus Name!
Dearly beloved, good morning to you, hope you are good! Thank God for another beautiful day in His Presence, many couldn’t make it but you did, lift up your voice and worship Him, He is worthy of our Praise, alleluia to You Father, be Thou exalted forever in Jesus Name!
Beloveth, Jesus receiveth sinners, He is the light of the world in Him there is no darkness. He led His life down for our sake, so that we will be part of the Last Supper when He will appear again in His glory.
Beloveth, God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them:… (2 Cor. 5:19). What a God with so must love, perfect love in which sin nor wickedness be found.
When someone knows they are truly loved by someone, they don’t fear the motives or genuine nature of the love of that person, they trust that love to have their best interest at heart. Perfect love has an additional quality. It drives away fear that a person may have. It banishes fear from the relationship.
To begin to understand that kind of love, you need to understand the character of God’s love. And that means understanding that God doesn’t just love… He is love.
John tells us in 1 John 4:16, “God is love.” The structure in the Greek is emphatic that God IS the essence of love. It is an intrinsic part of God’s character that defines who God is. Without love, God would cease to be God.
It is like saying the sun is not hot. The sun cannot, not be hot. It is impossible. The sun is defined by the characteristic of heat. It si intrinsic to what it is, it is the source of heat. Heat is what makes the sun , the sun.
So is love with God. Love is inextricable part of His character that defines who He is. He is the source of love. And of Him to be unloving would mean that He would cease to be God.
And because God is everlasting and unfailing, His love is therefore everlasting and unfailing. The psalmist in Ps 136 tries to put to words the unfailing nature of God’s love. That it endures for eternity. Twenty-six times he reminds us that God’s love endures forever. It is as though He picks up the diamond of God’s love and turns it so you can see the facets of His love in different light.
The psalmist shows that God’s perfect love is rooted in the reality that He is God of gods, Lord of lords, Creator and Giver of live, of all that is good. Therefore, His love, just like Him, endures forever. And then the psalmist turns that diamond over and over to show that God’s perfect love is reflected in the fact that He is the one Who comes to our aid when there is no way forward. He is the one Who protects, fights, and graces us with every good gift. God’s perfect endures for eternity. Never ever ceasing.
God manifests His love for us in so many ways, but chief among those ways is that it drove Him to give us His Son. It’s becomes such a common trope among Christians that we have lost the awe and wonder of this reality. As Paul tells us in Rom 5, “God demonstrated His own love for us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” and Jesus tells us in John 3:16, “God so love the world that He gives His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John goes on to say in 1 Jn 3:16, “this how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down His life for us.”
The thought of our eternal damnation because of sin and death was so unbearable to God because of his perfect love for us, that the Word put on flesh, became obedient to death, ultimately being murdered in the most excruciating and humiliating way thinkable. Why? 1 Jn 3:1 says, ‘See how great a love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God!” and 1 Jn 4:9, this is how showed His love among us: He sent His only Son into the world that we might live through Him.”
Yes, the love of the All- Powerful, Eternal, Pure, and Holy God toward you is so all- consuming, it drove Him to the ultimate sacrifices so He could take you from darkness to light, and make you His very own child. That is how much He loves you, it is a radical, all- consuming love that can’t be shaken or quenched and will go to whatever lengths necessary to rescue and redeem.
God is perfect love. And as a perfect, unblemished love, it by design casts out all fear, all questing, all doubts. It is love that is so pure and so intense; it is manifest in everything God does.
One final thought: John states that “love comes from God” (1 Jn 4:7). That is a powerful thought. Because God is love, it means that any love found in the universe emanates from Him. Wherever love exists, it bears witness to the existence and character of God. This is a far cry from the lie from hell that God a vengeful and wrath-filled God.
Today, regardless of what you might be facing God loves you with a perfect, unblemished, unfailing love. It can’t be any greater or less, it can never be quenched. And He has proven the depth of that love by giving everything for you. It’s a love you can fully trust.
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“This man receiveth sinners.” Luke 15:2
Observe the condescension of this fact. This Man, who towers above all other men, holy, harmless, undefiled, and separate from sinners—this Man receiveth sinners. This Man, who is no other than the eternal God, before whom angels veil their faces—this Man receiveth sinners. It needs an angel’s tongue to describe such a mighty stoop of love.
That any of us should be willing to seek after the lost is nothing wonderful—they are of our own race; but that He, the offended God, against whom the transgression has been committed, should take upon Himself the form of a servant, and bear the sin of many, and should then be willing to receive the vilest of the vile, this is marvellous.
“This Man receiveth sinners”; not, however, that they may remain sinners, but He receives them that He may pardon their sins, justify their persons, cleanse their hearts by His purifying word, preserve their souls by the indwelling of the Holy Ghost, and enable them to serve Him, to show forth His praise, and to have communion with Him.
Into His heart’s love He receives sinners, takes them from the dunghill, and wears them as jewels in His crown; plucks them as brands from the burning, and preserves them as costly monuments of His mercy.
None are so precious in Jesus’ sight as the sinners for whom He died. When Jesus receives sinners, He has not some out-of-doors reception place, no casual ward where He charitably entertains them as men do passing beggars, but He opens the golden gates of His royal heart, and receives the sinner right into Himself—yea, He admits the humble penitent into personal union and makes Him a member of His body, of His flesh, and of His bones.
There was never such a reception as this! This fact is still most sure this evening, He is still receiving sinners: would to God sinners would receive Him.
Beloved, would you receive Christ into your heart today? Click here to it now. The love of God is so deep, so wide, and so high that we cannot comprehend it, look up to Jesus, He is never failing, never falter but we human and each of us proves our fallibility each time we falter.
Hold on to God’s love and see Him guiding you all through the way. Glory be to Jesus alleluia Amen!!!
Don’t forget He receiveth sinners, point them to Him if He has save you.
Remain blessed in the Lord.