How would you respond to the following statement (Wayne Jacobsen, He Loves Me!
, 2007, p. p. 151)?
- "By taking our sin into himself and destroying it at the cost of his own life, he showed us the lengths to which his love would go for us. The act provided a source of trust as constant as he is"
So, what does Christ's sacrifice on the cross mean to you personally? Does it lead to trust Him, not only for your eternal salvation, but for all aspects of your life and of whatever you attempt to do in service of Him? Does such trust in Him help you rejoice in Him as you consider your life globally from beginning to end, under His loving care? Do you live under the conviction that Christ is trustworthy?
Quote is from chapter 19, «A Lifetime of Learning to Trust», of Wayne Jacobsen's, He Loves me!
, Second edition, 2007. Remember that the first edition, 2000, of He loves me!
(pdf), is offered free of charge by its author at, LifeStream.org