GOD never stopped loving us, that includes you. You are so important to The Father that HE sent HIS son, Jesus, born of a virgin with no sin into this world.
Romans 3:22b-26 TPT
For there is really no difference between us, for we all have sinned and are in need of the glory of God. Yet through his powerful declaration of acquittal, God freely gives away his righteousness. His gift of love and favor now cascades over us, all because Jesus, the Anointed One, has liberated us from the guilt, punishment, and power of sin!
Jesus’ God-given destiny was to be the sacrifice to take away sins, and now he is our mercy seat because of his death on the cross.
We come to him for mercy, for God has made a provision for us to be forgiven by faith in the sacred blood of Jesus. This is the perfect demonstration of God’s justice, because until now, he had been so patient—holding back his justice out of his tolerance for us. So he covered over the sins of those who lived prior to Jesus’ sacrifice.
And when the season of tolerance came to an end, there was only one possible way for God to give away his righteousness and still be true to both his justice and his mercy—to offer up his own Son. So now, because we stand on the faithfulness of Jesus, God declares us righteous in his eyes!
Romans 5:8 – TPT
But Christ proved God’s passionate love for us by dying in our place while we were still lost and ungodly!
Romans 10:9-11 – TPT
And what is God’s “living message”? It is the revelation of faith for salvation, which is the message that we preach. For if you publicly declare with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will experience salvation. The heart that believes in him receives the gift of the righteousness of God—and then the mouth gives thanks to salvation. For the Scriptures encourage us with these words:
“Everyone who believes in him will never be disappointed.”
“PS: My life has taken a huge turn since I invited Jesus into my life. I remarried my husband, was healed from an eating disorder, was physically healed from sickness and have a purpose to live life passionately.” Barb