We live in this great big world. Countries, nations, civilizations, cities, monuments, landmarks, mountains, valleys, villages, all filled with people.
People wake up every minute of the day, people go to sleep every minute of the day. People eat, work, live and die by the moment.
They run the course of time, using or abusing the equal portion of grace given by God to the, all 24 hours of it. none has more, none has less.
How many stop to think of God? If they believe in God, how many think of what God thinks of them? If they don’t believe in God, how many stop to think if there is more to life that the daily grind?
How many realize, that every moment that passes, is a moment that brings them closer to the final one, the final moment that passes out of this mortality into eternity?
How many know, that a certain judgment awaits every soul whose breath stops, a judgment that determines where they spend the rest of eternity?
How many say, “I’ve earned heaven”, just because they think they’re better than the guy next door? How many say, “I still have time”, ignoring the reality that they don’t know how time they have left.
How many laugh, at another’s expense? How many laugh at the suffering of the godly? How many laugh, and enjoy their days, without regard that God’s holy eye is accounting every deed?
How many cry, seeing only the cause of their tears, but not the root of the problem? How many cry… and curse God?
How many sin, and enjoy it? how many sin, and are proud of it?
How many respond to God who ‘is not willing that any should perish’? How many respond to a Saviour ‘died for the ungodly’?
For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosever believes on Him, shall not perish, but have eternal life – john 3:16
the world is proud of its wonders, its proud of its wealth, its proud of civilization, but God isn’t. God’s interest in on the inhabitants of this world, you and me. God doesn’t love buildings, neither does He love monuments. He loves people, He loves you and me.
Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son a propitiation for our sins – 1John 4:10
God loves you so much, He sacrificed His Son, to pay the price you and I could not pay.
Forgiveness of sins, sins that ultimately condemn us to hell, is now available for free to you.
Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved. – Acts 16:31