JUST ENJOY THE GAME OF LIFE........try to become a one of the happy person in the world.......
You are a child of God and God loves you unconditionally.
You are the most loved personin the world and now go love everyone unconditionally.
For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have ever lasting life.
Can you imagine so great a love? Think of the torment, the pain, the humiliation Jesus went thru, for us.
What is my purpose in this world? Answer...teach others through words but mostly actions that God came on earth to save man from evil and death...for the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ.
You're right stilljustwonderin, In John 3:16 The greatest message of all - the message of Salvation. this verve has 25 words and one will be amazed that the center word is SON ( The Lord Jesus Christ)
Let us study seven great things in this verse
1. THE GREATEST PERSON
Three things about God
A. God is full of Majesty
B. God is Magnificent
C. God is Merciful
2.THE GREATEST PASSION
God’s love is agape ( Romans 5:8)
This kind of love is unconditional
All men are sinners
(Romans 3:10-12; 6:23; 3:23; 5:12)
God is a holy God
(Lev, 19:2; 1Peter 1:16)
God loved us so much in spite of our sinful condition. Everything God did to men are motivated by love.
3.THE GREATEST PROSPECT
4.THE GREATEST PROVISION
That He gave His ONLY BEGOTTEN SON.
5.THE GREATEST PERSUASION
That whosoever believeth in Him –The Lord Jesus Christ
6.THE GREATEST PRECAUTION
Should NOT Perish
7.THE GREATEST POSSESSION
But have ETERNAL LIFE
this message that i got it is from our evangelist who shared to us the important message of Salvation and i want to share also with others.
The Bible says" That whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life"
God is Love... I wrote a hub just on this question...
http://hubpages.com/hub/GOD-IS-LOVE-THE … N-THE-BOOK
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