Did God not turn his back just once in all eternity on his Son so Jesus could fulfill the sin of humanity?
Just think how awful this was for the Creator to have his Son go through the pain and anguish humanity sent him through just for humankind. But this was the ultimate Love gift for humanity. So take a moment and think about this statement. God so loved the world (and loved us so much).
He sent His Son to save us from our sins and then had to turn His back on His own Son. So why did the Holy Father turn His back?
He cannot see sin or be a part of sin since Almighty God is Holy and Perfect. What do the words imply ‘beyond the edges of God?’ When you think about the gift and realize we have thrown it away without thinking of the consequences to our steps, that is when your heart is ripe to connect with God.
And we take for granted our selfish concerns of life that are so important; that God does not enter the equation during the day or ever for some of us until we are suffering. Then we call on Him, and then God becomes an “old shoe” (excuse the pun) we put on when convenient for us. We do not need our Savior — unless we can make earthly riches whereby, we try to bargain with Almighty God. He is our Creator, and we can never make a bargain with Him. Eternity is the ultimate life to have with Almighty God. Since many folks don’t care about their lives, they miss out on God’s best for his children.
As we go through life, God’s words float through every breath we take and every second of our lives is like musical notes, and we go through life as if it is nothing. We must think about who God is; He is the Triune One who made our lives and the universe. Our existence is to love Jehovah and enjoy life with Him.
The original plan with our ancestors failed, and Jehovah knew this plan of action when He created us. We are God’s creation, and our ancestors Adam and Eve had a choice to make when they sinned in the Garden of Eden. El Shaddai gave the gift of ‘free will’ to choose to love and trust God or to trust man’s desires. We have ‘free will’ today, and we exercise it daily. Our independence to choose heaven or earth cannot be haphazard because Jesus the Messiah had to die for us.
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