“For God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through Him might be saved.”

John 3:17 

The Lord already had a plan to redeem sinners. It is a plan older than man, older than sin, older than Satan. God’s promise to save is an old promise that shall never fail. It is an ongoing promise. While God’s promise is older than the world and even older than mankind, it still has all the power of the Almighty behind it and it is as valid today as it has ever been.

This promise has never and will never lose its great power. God is a saving God and nothing will ever change that truth. It is an open promise, it is not limited to a selected few, but it is a promise that is offered to all men.

Indeed, there has been a visitor from a faraway place called Heaven. The visit has been recorded for thousands of years in God’s love letter to mankind. The Holy Bible’s record is much easier to believe and accept than men’s meager attempts to produce science-fiction characters that can seemingly solve mankind’s problems.

When a sinner places his or her faith in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation, God does a work of grace so powerful in their life that it cannot be explained in human terms. Salvation is simple, but man wants to complicate it. The best thing we can do is to simply take God at His word and accept salvation as what it is, “the gift of God”.

Garment of Praise

Monthly Insights for Spiritual Growth, Encouragement and Personal Victory.

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