So where is the wrath?

Who is everything depending on?

Didn’t we already have the law?

For the one whom God has sent speaks the words of God, for God gives the Spirit without limit. The Father loves the Son and has placed everything in his hands. Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on them.” – John 3:34-36

So if we already had the law, why did Jesus need to come speak?

What does God give without limits?

What was NOT placed in the hands of Jesus?

If you still feel like God’s wrath is on you, have you really believed in Christ?

If Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as yourself and so fulfill ALL the law and the prophets” do you think we should believe that by loving our neighbor just like we love ourselves we would be meeting ALL the requirements of the law?

By placing “everything in His hands” do you think that also means all our requirements to be whole and stand in the presence of Almighty God with confidence?

Is it possible that all the wrath a person should face was on His back with the stripes He had that healed us?

Is it possible to conceive for just a moment that the God of All Creation is so crazy in Love with you that by simply believing in His Son, ALL God’s wrath for ALL you have done – will be done away with in an instant?

These are some of the questions I challenge you to continue to ask yourself in your journey. Journey on my fellow soul traveler – Journey On!

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  1. Thank you for sharing this inspiring message! It is true that the law was fulfilled in Christ. Now we must love Him and our neighbor. Many times loving is harder than following comandments.

    • Bob Hildreth says:

      Thank you for the encouragement – Its just been my experience but I cant produce the Love that grows as I realize and grow in the understanding of His Gift – the more I know my Freedom the more thankful I am and that produces the Love!

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