The Greatest Love

One would say, that all people have one great love. We often hear that cliche in movies, radio stations, books, and even blogs. A great love story would never be told like this:

A son of a certain man is so wicked. His thoughts, his ways, and even his breath are all about wickedness and his greed of fame, power, and money.

This man owns a number of farms around him. A certain farmer has a young boy working for the wicked son. One day, the wicked son burned up the village and the farms around him because he wanted to convert these farms into high-rise condominiums. A multitude of people was injured in an attempt to stop the fire from growing.

The fire was put down by the people with the help of the local police and firefighters. The police came and ask who was responsible for the arson that caused injuries to many people. Then the farmer came to the police and handed to them his young boy. The young boy was silent, being led by the police and verbally abused by the local villagers. The young boy was punished instead of the wicked man.

In this fallen and selfish world, no such story would end up where a loving father would give his son as payment for someone else’s wickedness. But our Abba Father is good, He gave his only Son for us as a ransom. Love came down and rescue us while we are still sinners.

One great love means someone is willing to take our judgment, not because we are nice or good or smart, but just because He loves us so much. Jesus became obedient even to the cross not because of our credentials, but because Jesus loves us. Jesus endured the suffering of the cross when He can actually cry out to God to take away all the pain and save Him, and yet He did it all just because He loves us. Jesus could have left us empty handed because we mostly choose ourselves above anything else, and yet He and the Father chose to leave the Holy Spirit to empower us because He loves us.

Prayer: Abba Father, thank you for your great love that you gave your Son Jesus Christ who died on the cross on behalf of my sins. It is with your great love that I am alive today. Jesus, thank you for your great love that you endured all those pains and suffering and even a short separation with the Father because of Your great love for me. Thank you also for the sweet fellowship of the Holy Spirit that keeps on revealing unto us your great love. Thank you, indeed you are a Good God. Amen.

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In His Fullness
One Great Love

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