Laying Our Lives DownHow has Jesus’ example inspired you to freely give of yourself?
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My personal conception of God and salvation have recently turned upside down as I had an eye-opener to the reality of God's Love - not ours, but His - that overcomes all, and is above all. I was struck by the truth that even with all the faith, we would be nothing without the Love (1. Cor. 13) which is the end of faith (1. Peter 1:5-9). So I am inspired to seek the Kingdom of God's Love as instructed by Jesus Christ and hope you will also realize the end of faith, which is Love, and which is made available to all - and without which all faith is in vain, mere faith in His name will not bring one into the Heavens of His Love, only the end of faith, Love, that flows into our souls, accomplishes the Kingdom of God, through the workings of the Holy Spirit. And hence not all who cry "Lord, Lord" get in the Kingdom, and the story of the ten virgins, where five were lacking the oil, or (the Holy Spirit conveying) this Love, comes alive and the necessity of the Love is emphasized.
I hope you'll also awaken to the realization of the truth that not the mere faith in His name saves, but the power of the Father's supreme Heavenly Love which was preached in His name by Christ.
Matthew 7:7 "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you."
And not: "sit back and wait for the Heavens to fall on you". Cause I know many out there are resting on the belief in His name, which means so much more than a mere thought of His saving power lolling in the mind. For the Father's saving power is in His Divine Love. 1 John 3:1, 3:3-6, 3:9.
1 John 3:14 says "Who does not Love, remains in the death", so in the end the indicator of having been saved to Life eternal is His Love emanating from us and in us. Not our love that was given to us in birth, but His Love, as completely distinct from the love we naturally possess.