We are impossible to be with for him. We have nothing but sin and shame to our names, yet he Loves us the same. Jesus wants us not for what we have, but he wants to unburden us from what we have because he Loves us. Before you go to bed tonight give him a prayer thanking him for this Love and Blow him a kiss for being so sweet. X 3
Nothing is impossible for God. However it was once impossible for all of humanity to be close to God. Then God sent Christ to bring us closer to Him. Now its really easy for anyone who chooses to be close to God. He is right there waiting for us to simply reach out to Him.
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Yes! Yes! Yes! But thankfully He does not see us that way! The Bible says that very few will come to faith in Christ's death, burial, and Resurrection. And that when He sees that faith in our hearts..He calls us righteous!!!! He puts His protective eye on us! He listens closely to our prayers, and provides His power to us anytime we need it!!! And that includes the ability to say "no" to sin. His presence changes us from the inside out! He's not after external behavior. He's after a heart that loves Him, persues Him, desires Him, and has been transformed by Him! And I once heard someone say that when He looks at us, all He sees is Christ's Blood!!! To Him, our faith is a really big deal!!! Can I get an Amen?
When you consider what rotten, rebellious sinners we were that?s a mind-boggling thing that God is mindful of us and loves us. What is even more amazing is that when God thinks about us, it's not just a brief passing thought because He's so busy running the universe. It isn't merely an occasional thought towards us; the truth is He thinks about us constantly. His thoughts concerning us are abundant. Psalm 40:5 says, "Many, O Lord my God, are Your wonderful works which You have done; and Your thoughts towards us cannot be recounted to You in order; If I would declare and speak of them, they are more than can be numbered." That's a lot of thoughts! Let's get an idea of how many those are. Let's look at Psalm 139:17 and 18. "How precious are Your thoughts to me, O God! How great is the sum of them! If I should count them, they would be more in number than the sand (on the beach);" (cont in comments)