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These musings, ideas, exhortations are intended to magnify the character of the Living God who loves and desires relationship with you. Jesus Christ the Messiah, Ha Mashiach Yeshua, Isa al massih, is calling you, whether you have made a commitment to Him or not. Have you heard Him calling out to you? Calling to you… Calling out in the cold, darkness of night… Calling to you during the frustrations of the day… Calling to you in a deep longing for something, something you can’t get to, can’t touch or reach… Calling for something, more…. Perhaps you may not know anything about God or Christ and this whole idea of God calling out to you sounds rather surreal and quite ridiculous in the light of day, but yet in the blackness of your worse waking nightmares, you long for something. Have you ever considered God? I mean really contemplated, tried to envisage God from His perspective? God holy, just, tenderhearted, merciful, sustain-er and creator of the universe, looked down from heaven at sinful people living in the mud, muck and mire of wickedness who are helplessly unable to change their predicament. They are hopelessly lost and unable to come back to Him, to God who is holy and altogether pure, yet people are unable to breach this chasm of sin. So what does He do, what does God decide to do with his sick, twisted and diseased creation? God, compassionate and long suffering determines a plan of rescue that can satisfy their plight. He decides to go down to man himself by taking on human form and to pay the price of their sin. Christ Jesus, Messiah in flesh bore the wrath against sin on a cross to show his power over sin, in the resurrection so that everyone who turns from sin to trust in Him, will be reconciled to God forever. This divine action is what Christ Followers and the bible call the gospel, translated literally means, good news and it is! My hope and prayer for you is that you will choose to embrace the Messiah to and experience the good news for yourself. I am praying for you! If you choose this life, please let me know.
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