God Chooses

Summary:

God has chosen to give Himself to mankind.

His gift is an unsearchable, unspeakable mystery.

In offering Himself, God gives to every person in an infinite number of ways. How so?

He has given Himself to every person for eternity.

He has offered and given Himself to a person for an infinite number of moments.

The question is, will a person receive and believe in Him.

 

God makes millions of choices in relation to one person.

His gifts are beyond human words.

He gives a person His son, Jesus Christ.

He gives them the Holy Spirit.

He gives them Himself.

It’s a person’s choice to receive Him or not.

Just as God gives in the spiritual, He gives in the natural realm.

God makes millions upon millions of choices in relation to an individual person

He chose to create them. He chooses to: sustain them, give them breath, keep them alive, give them every good thing in the natural realm, give them every good thing in the spiritual realm.  

He chose to give them a soul that is priceless and made in His image and likeness. Their soul is worth more than the world and everything in it, multiplied times infinity.

Earth will pass away, but they will exist forever (Matthew 24:35).

He forms their spirit man (Zechariah 12).

He chose to give them faith, eternity in their heart, and the ability to choose. He gave them a free will.

He chose to give them a will, emotions and an intellect.

He gave them the ability to choose between love and hate, good and evil, faith and fear, hope and despair . . . between God and self.

God chose to give his Son to the world.

God has chosen to give Himself to mankind.

He chose to give His Son as a man on the earth.

He chose to send his Son to die for the world.

He’s chosen to give his Holy Spirit to the world.

He’s chosen to give his Son and the Holy Spirit to those who believe in Him, forever.

God has chosen to give every person their life, soul and everything good that they choose to receive.

Every person’s most important choice is their decision between God or self.