God has chosen to give Himself to mankind.

He gives Himself through His Son Jesus Christ.

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

A person’s most important choice is their decision between God or self, to believe in Him or not.

God’s choices for mankind are unsearchable, infinite and eternal.

He has chosen to give Himself to mankind, for eternity.

He chose to give His Son to the world.

He has given to every person infinitely and eternally and in an infinite number of ways.

God is infinite, eternal and beyond human description.

If He offered Himself to a person for just one second, it would be the greatest offer ever made to them.

He has offered Himself to man for eternity, for an infinite number of moments.

As He gives in the spirit realm, so He gives in the natural realm.

In the natural, He has chosen to give to every person infinitely, eternally and in an infinite number of ways. How so?

In the natural, He gives every person their life, soul and everything good they have and receive.

He has given every person a soul that is priceless and eternal, made in His image and likeness.

He chose to give them faith, eternity in their heart and choice.

He sustains and keeps them alive, from conception to their final breath.

He does the same for every person they rely on, even for every person in the world.

A person makes millions of choices in their lifetime.

Everything a person does is by choice.

From their early years until they leave the earth, humans choose.

They choose what to do and not do, think and not think, and say and not say.

They choose their thoughts, beliefs, words, actions and infinitely more.

They choose what they do with their time and who to spend time with.

They choose what they want, need, desire, hope for and long for.

They choose what they get and give . . . and on and on.

God has made and makes choices for a person that are unsearchable, priceless, infinite, eternal and beyond comprehension.

There is one choice He cannot make for them: the choice between Him and self.

God chose to create you.

He chose to make you into His image and likeness.

He chose to give you choice.

He chose to die for you.

He chooses to believe in you.

He chooses to be available to you, all the time, for all eternity.

He chooses to knock on the door of your heart.

He has chosen to give Himself to you.

A person chooses to receive Him or not.

God chose to create you.

He formed you in your mother’s womb.

You are fearfully and wonderfully made.

He made you into His image and likeness.

You will exist forever.

If you had died before the age of five, you would have gone to heaven to live with Him, forever.

He sustains you.

He gives everything that keeps you alive.

He gives you every good gift.

He gives you every perfect gift.

He gives you faith.

He put eternity in your heart.

He gave you worth, value, meaning and purpose.

He gave you choice.

He believes in you . . . more than you can comprehend.

Even if you do not believe in Him, He believes in you.

He chooses to believe in you.

He died for you.

He came to the earth and lived as a human like you.

He was born, lived for 33 years, and died.

He became what you are, so you could become what He is.

He died for the world.

He chose to die.

He died that you might have eternal life and live forever.

There is no greater love than someone laying down their life for his friends.

He rose from the dead.

He is alive.

He is available to you all the time, your entire life, even forever.

He chooses to be available.

He knocks on the door of your heart, the real you.

He chooses to knock on the door of your heart.

There is one choice He will not make for you: the choice to believe in Him.

Psalm 139, Genesis 1:27, 2:7, John 3:16, 1 Timothy 2:4, 2 Peter 3:9, Matthew 19:14, Isaiah 42:5, Job 12:10, James 1:17, Romans 12:3, Ecclesiastes 3:11, Matthew 10:29, John 3:16, John 6:51, John 15:13, Matthew 26:36-46, Matthew 28:20, Revelation 3:20,

The Crucifixion in the Gospels:
Matthew 27:35-44
Mark 15:24-32
Luke 23:33-43
John 19:18-27

God chose to create you.

God the Father believes in you.

Jesus Christ is the Son of God and . . . God.

Jesus chose to create you.

Jesus believes in you.

Jesus died for you.

Jesus shed His blood for you.

Jesus loves you.

Jesus can save you.

Jesus can heal you.

Jesus gives to you.

Jesus gives Himself to you.

Jesus gives the kingdom to you.

Jesus blesses you.

Jesus reveals to you.

Jesus teaches you.

Jesus speaks to you.

Jesus convicts you.

Jesus can set you free.

Jesus can anoint you.

Jesus knocks on the door of your heart.

Jesus offers to fellowship with you, forever.

Every person lives by faith in God in the natural realm (Romans 12:3).

Every person’s good gifts come down from God the Father (James 1:17).

Every person believes in intangible, spiritual things. They know there is more than the natural world. They have eternity in their heart (Ecclesiastes 3:11).

Everything a person does is by choice (Joshua 24:16).

Many object to the gospel because of suffering. Their objection reveals they believe in the value of a person. They are correct: man’s soul is priceless (Matthew 16:26).

Man lives by faith. They have to.

Man believes in eternity. They naturally do.

Man lives by choice. They get to.

Man’s most important choice is God or self.

Romans 12:3, Ecclesiastes 3:11, Genesis 1:27, 2:7, Matthew 16:26, Romans 1:20

Every person has faith in and relies on God all the time, from conception to their final breath (Isaiah 42:5, Job 12:10).

Everything a person does is by faith or fear.

Every person has either faith in God or faith in something else (Romans 12:3).

Every person believes in spiritual things, such as love and goodness. They rely on them.

Every person’s good gifts come from God. Even if someone does not realize it, God gives them all the good and perfect things they have, both natural and spiritual (James 1:17).

Every person knows there is more than this earthly, natural life. They believe in spiritual things.

This belief keeps them alive. God has put eternity in every man’s heart (Ecclesiastes 3:11).

Everything a person does is by choice.

Man can choose because God made man into His image and likeness (Genesis 1:27, 2:7).

God chose to create them. He gave them their life, soul and everything good they have (Psalm 139:14). It is only reasonable that they give their life back to God (Romans 12:1).

Their most important choice is between God and self.

If they hear the gospel, their choice is between Jesus Christ and self.

Many object to the gospel because of suffering, the existence of hell and so forth. Their objection reveals that they believe in value, meaning, purpose, good and more.

Their objection reveals they are made in God’s image. God believes in value, meaning, good and more. He created and gives those things.

Most people want these things for themselves and others, not suffering.

A mystery and revelation is that those who suffer on the earth are more likely to make it to heaven.