Loves Road – Value

 

Is there some knowledge that Jesus imparted that many people miss?

 

What is it that Jesus knew that made going to the cross worth it?

 

How was the teaching of Christ about God and His kingdom different than that of the “teachers of the law” and other religious leaders of His day and perhaps today as well?

 

The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field. When a man found it, he hid it again, and then in his joy went and sold all he had and bought that field. “Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant looking for fine pearls. When he found one of great value, he went away and sold everything he had and bought it.” – Matthew 13:44-46

 

They “sold everything” they risked Everything for what they found – why is that?

 

Was it so they could have a watered down form of the law like that which is taught and preached in pulpits today?

 

Or could it be that they discovered that All they needed was The “Treasure”, ALL that made them complete Was, Is and Always will be “The Pearl”, Jesus Christ and His Finished work without my effort?

 

We will never be able to quantify the value of His Peace – it’s Priceless!

 
We will never be able to put a dollar amount value on His Hope – it’s Priceless!

 
We will never be able to grasp the value of His Freedom – it’s Priceless!

 
We will never be able to numerically justify His Grace – it’s Priceless!

 
We will never be able to find the limits or boundaries to the worth and importance that Almighty God places on each and every one of His precious children that each and every one of us IS and the life altering knowledge of His Eternal Love for us – YOU  ARE  PRICELESS  TO  HIM!

 

 

This is why He Is “The Gift Beyond Compare” and why He invites you to just “Believe in His name”, “Love one Another” and Rest in His Priceless Riches!

 

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You are PRICELESS to He Who Is The I Am!

You are PRICELESS to He Who Is The I Am!

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