Humpty Dumpty and the saint!

How big is His Love?

How big is your trust?

All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation: that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation.” – 2 Corinthians 5:18-19

Nothing could put Humpty Dumpty together again and nothing could have ever put us together again except a Love so powerful that it is beyond our wildest imagination!

But here is the question- Can a person be de-reconciled from God once reconciled by Jesus Christ and His death on the cross? If so then isn’t whatever “de-reconciled” the saint from God stronger than God and His Love?

If so doesn’t that make some power more powerful than God?

Notice the verb tense in this passage and tell me how big is your God?

Once reconciled or put back together again the “saint” looks like this:

1)    No worries – as the saint knows that the Love that holds them is the most powerful force in the universe.

2)   No judgment of self or others – as the saint knows that only One judge exist and it isn’t them.

3)   No condemnation of self or others – as the saint gets the fact that the One judge created a path to Be part of Him completely with no condemnation!

4)   Peace that passes all understanding – as the saint understands that each and every moment passes the permission of the One that Loves them like no one ever could except Him!

Humpty Dumpty is going to spend their entire existence going from one king’s man to another trying to get put back together again. The saint will realize that the only One that can and did put them together again already did the work so no matter what the situation because of the King’s Son they are already complete.

Humpty Dumpty is based on his own effort and all the effort of man.

The saint is based on the cross and what is already done and just needs to be accepted.

Question for today:

Are you Humpty Dumpty or a saint?

One will always struggle and one has been made a part of Almighty God!

Don’t worry –!

What happens with reconciliation?

What happens with reconciliation?