Amazing Lord Jesus Christ

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Amazing LORD Jesus, thank You for reminding us of Your incredible love toward us. Truly Your perfect work of reconciliation on the cross means so much to me.

You are absolutely faithful, compassionate, powerful and mighty to save. And You hold all who love You tenderly and securely in the palm of Your amazing life-ennobling hand.

Precious readers, let's remember that Cain had the opportunity to turn back to God but failed to fully grasp that opportunity. We know that Almighty God never blessed him with a pure heart, for Jesus taught that "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God."

Let's lift our level of commitment to God as we recall that Cain never"saw" God. Let's learn from reading about Cain, for He because of ongoing disobedience never experienced the same type of relationship that Abel had with the LORD.

Romans 3:23 reminds us that we are all sinners, not just Cain. We are all sinners.

The way back to Almighty God is a narrow way which few find. Lord Jesus is the way back to God. He can shepherd sinners back to God. Cain didn't search sufficiently deeply for God to shepherd him home!

Today for people to choose to do well they must choose to submit wholeheartedly to Lord Jesus, have praise in their heart for His perfect work of reconciliation on the cross, and believe in His resurrection from the dead.

May Our wonderful LORD bless sincere, diligent, truth-seeking students also with a strong belief and assurance in Jesus' second coming.

Dear readers, Each of us is responsible for our own sins.

Ezekiel 18:20 tells us, “The soul who sins is the one who will die.

The son will not share the guilt of the father, nor will the father share the guilt of the son.”

Punishment for one’s sins is borne by that person.

Truly the son will not share the guilt of the mother, nor will the mother share the guilt of the son.

In the Bible there are two types of children described: They which are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God.

Romans 9 13 As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated.

Jacob was a child of God, whereas Esau was a child of the flesh or an unsaved person.

Esau like Cain had numerous opportunities from His compassionate Creator to turn back to Him but didn't take them.

The gift of salvation is dependent on God showing compassion and mercy on us!

Let's praise the potter who has power over the clay!

Romans 9 33 As it is written, Behold, I lay in Sion a stumblingstone and rock of offence: and whosoever believeth on him (LORD Jesus) shall not be ashamed.

How blessed we are that Jesus is love!

God isn't cold and callous but compassionate and kind. Let's calmly and confidently leave things in His hands regarding babies and little children, for He is always just and right in His decision-making.

God is loving, holy, merciful, just, and gracious. Whatever He does is always right and good.