What so special about the love of God?

Many things have been attributed to the love of God. And most of the time, it has missed the mark. God is love. That is a statement of truth. God created this world and man because He wanted someone to share in all that He had. God created the garden of Eden for man, Adam. He gave Adam dominion over the entire earth. Adam did not lack anything. All he to do was to speak what ever he needed into existence. Even when Adam sinned against God, God’s love provided a way of redemption for man. The angels in heaven do not have the plan of redemption. If they sin, they casted out of heaven. Redemption is the love of God for mankind. How far will God go to redeem man? In the book of John, it says “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” The love of God sent Jesus to die for our sins and redeem us to God. The love of God heals our broken bodies. The love of God provides for our needs. The love of God leads us back to God and home. We do not think that God suffers the pain of loss because of man. I could not bear the pain that God bears for His creation. The bible says that in hell there is a torment that is so great. It is called the worm that turns. Do you know what that torment is in hell? It is the love of God. God loves everyone equally. And the people in hell cannot share in the love of God. The torment of hell last for forever. The strangest thing about all of it is that man has to choose to go to hell. God does not send anyone to hell. They have to choose to go to hell. Just like those that choose to go to heaven, it is a choice in our life. So, God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

This is the link to my book.

Crain Blanchard.



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