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TITLE: No Partiality Shown
By mary wolf
04/08/05
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No Partiality Shown
By Mary Wolf



He is not willing that any should perish. It does not make any difference what nationality a person is, whether poor or rich, not even which religious observance was taught.
Everyone must come to God the same way.
Jesus tells us in His Word that He is the way.
“No man cometh unto the father but by me”.
With pretty strong language, he calls those who try to enter in any other way a thief...

Yet, all are welcome to partake of this precious gift of eternal life with God. While it cost the one who receives it nothing, it is not a free gift. It cost God his only begotten son, Jesus Christ.
He certainly was given without partiality. This is a beautiful example of showing no favoritism

Compensation is given for an earned act. It must show favoritism, for it is limited too only those who have earned it.
This is true of any rewards, or payment.
No one could ever earn their way to heaven for this reason. The price has been completely paid for our redemption and there can be nothing added to it or taken from it.

When you give a gift, it necessitates a personal association between two people, the giver, and the receiver.
Any gift, when offered is either received or rejected.

To offer something to someone is a show of sacrifice for the giver. It involves the purchase price, time spent, and most of all a desire to offer an alliance with the person to whom it is offered.

The most incredible thing about God's love is He loved us without partiality. We were unsuitable to live with a Holy God, (One who has no fault). But He gave the gift of eternal life, through giving his only begotten son to die for our sin.
For those who receive that gift, we will live with Him forever. We will want to love him in return.
No matter how much we try to show Him that we want to return that love, He can never love us more than He did that day he sacrificed his Son for us.

If that person declines, it will do the exact opposite of what it was intended.

He loved us without partiality. He loved us with an everlasting love. He left the choice up to us to accept that love or reject it.
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