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Have you yet asked Him for your share of His eternal pardon?

Posted on Fri, Apr 6, 2012

He will impute His righteousness on you and, forever, He will cover your iniquities. Psalms 32:1 Thus, you will be saved and kept for His glory. He will sustain you daily by His all transcending power. And as you pray and read His Word – the bible, God will continually nurture you in His ever-increasing love and mercies, preserving you for Himself, and “every good works” in the community which you reside.

On Him was laid the weights and guilt of all humanity’s sins – yours and mine. There at Calvary, Jesus Christ atoned for ALL our sins - past, present and future. There He obtained for us an eternal pardon and forever reconciled us with God. “We were by nature objects of (God’s) wrath”. Ephesians 2:3 (my word in bracket).

Stop and think! He took our place, and died for our sins. Jesus Christ received a fitting punishment – death sentence on the cross - for our sins. Thus, He there obtained and reserved an eternal salvation for us.

If He has no place yet in your life, can you let Him in today? My friend, simply acknowledge the truth: you have sinned. Will you humbly confess them and ask God to forgive you? He will forgive you. That is all it takes! Then, ask Him for your share of His eternal pardon, with its associated blessings, already reserved for you. “His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.” 2 Peter 1:3

He will impute His righteousness on you and, forever, He will cover your iniquities. Psalms 32:1 Thus, you will be saved and kept for His glory. He will sustain you daily by His all transcending power. And as you pray and read His Word – the bible, God will continually nurture you in His ever-increasing love and mercies, preserving you for Himself, and “every good works” in the community which you reside.

But If you neglect this free salvation, and your life on earth, is in any way, ended , there will be no opportunity for you again, forever, to be reconciled with God. Regrettably, you will be separated from God, and damned into torturous hell where you will stay with Satan and his workers in "endless" eternity. What a horror?

So, my friend, you may ask for your share of His eternal pardon today. “But what does it say? "The word is near you; it is in your mouth and in your heart," that is, the word of faith we are proclaiming: That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” Romans 10:8-9.

Following is a music link that greatly reinforces the contentment that comes with awareness that we have been reconciled to God:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaWFnwOfiPo

*Blessèd Redeemer, full of compassion,

Great is Thy mercy, boundless and free;

Now in my weakness, seeking Thy favor,

Lord, I am coming closer to Thee.

Blessèd Redeemer, wonderful Savior,

Fountain of wisdom, Ancient of Days,

Hope of the faithful, Light of all ages,

Jesus my Savior, Thee will I praise.

Blessèd Redeemer, Thou art my Refuge,

Under Thy watch-care, safe I shall be;

Gladly adoring, joyfully trusting,

Still I am coming closer to Thee.

Blessèd Redeemer, gracious and tender,

New and forever dwell Thou in me;

Thou, my Protector, Shield and Defender,

Draw me and keep me closer to Thee.

*Fanny Crosby who wrote this song lived in blindness for 95 years. She never saw the rising or setting of the sun. She never saw a baby smile, nor beheld the beauty of God’s creation, yet she could sing so beautifully about God’s redeeming love.

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