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      Gods love surpasses human boundaries God loves real sinners Such love in Christ is not bound or conditioned by mans response nor least of all dependent on it Gods love is unconditional as is seen Christ who died for all sinners That not all believe is not due to Gods lack of love but to mans rejection and disbelief
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“The Love of God Made Manifest”

Both the Old and the New Testaments testify of our Savior-Jesus Christ. The Old Testament speaks of Him who is to come. The New Testament speaks of Him who has come and who is coming again.

From beginning to end, God’s promise of hope and deliverance culminate with Jesus Christ on the cross, where He put death to death, delivered you from your sins, and now gives you eternal life.

But this man Jesus, though truly flesh and blood as the Lord’s Word makes known, is also God, God in flesh and blood. This is what we call the Incarnation. God took on human flesh. And He did this in order to save you…

[tag sermon, Christmas, Incarnation, Jesus, Love]

1Jn4.9-10, Children’s Christmas Sermon, 2010A.pdf


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