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"Whoever believes in Him is not comdemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the name of God's one and only Son."
- John 3:18
 
Our LORD Jesus Christ was indeed a great Teacher, and His lessons should ever be treasured. He came into this world in order to die. This is what makes Lententide so important. In this hallowed season we are to meditate on the meaning of the suffering and death of our Savior.
 
The benefit of Christ's suffering depends almost entirely upon man's coming to a true knowledge of himself and becoming terror-stricken and slain before himself. Where man does not come to this point, the sufferings of Christ will become of . . .

"Whoever believes in Him is not comdemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the name of God's one and only Son."
- John 3:18
 
Our LORD Jesus Christ was indeed a great Teacher, and His lessons should ever be treasured. He came into this world in order to die. This is what makes Lententide so important. In this hallowed season we are to meditate on the meaning of the suffering and death of our Savior.
 
The benefit of Christ's suffering depends almost entirely upon man's coming to a true knowledge of himself and becoming terror-stricken and slain before himself. Where man does not come to this point, the sufferings of Christ will become of no true benefit to him, for as Christ was horribly martyred in body and soul, so we must also, like Him, be martyred in our conscience by our sins.
 
It is a hard and cruel word which those are saying who reject the pardon which Christ has won for all mankind.  The greatest of all sins is unbelief. By unbelief people are saying to God that they do not need His forgiving grace in Christ or that they do not want it.
 
Christian friends, Let us attend carefully to the question of our relationship to Christ. When our pardon in Christ is accepted, we shall become vastly different people from those who are living in unbelief. An accepted pardon means a deep peace, a holy joy, and a blessed assurance. May our faith be strengthened in these solemn days of Holy Week as in spirit we walk with our Savior on the path of His sorrow, through which we have been pardoned.
 
Though all unworthy, yet I will not doubt,
For him that cometh, He will not cast out;
"He that believeth," oh, the good news shout,
"Hath everlasting life!"
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - Someone has said the letters in the FAITH explain its meaning: Forsaking-All-I-Trust-Him!" 

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