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God Values You Just As Much As He Values Jesus? - What I Learned From Rhapsody Of Realities For Today - 16th January 2017 - A Review By A.B.King



Romans 5:7-8 KJV
For scarcely for a righteous man will one die: yet peradventure for a good man some would even dare to die. [8] But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.


    In Today's Rhapsody, Pastor Chris talked about our value to God.

    I must confess that today's devotional is too difficult for me to swallow.
    Maybe one day my spirit would be strong enough to digest the revelation that Pastor Chris is trying to pass across in today's devotional.

     I know I am valuable to God. I know that God loves me.
     Whoa! I was just about to write "I know that God sent his only son to the Cross to die for me."
     Then I realized that I had just given myself proof that God loves me as much as he loves Jesus.

     You cannot sacrifice something to gain something that has less value to you than the sacrifice.

     You cannot pay $1,000,000 for a bottle of water, because no bottle of water means more to you than $1,000,000.
    However, you can pay $1,000,000 for a Painting if the value of that Painting to you is the same as $1,000,000 or worth more than that to you.

    So God sending Jesus as a sacrifice for us means that to God we are either as valuable to Jesus or more valuable than Jesus.

    It's dangerous to think we are more valuable than Jesus to God. Thinking that kind of thing is the kind of blasphemy that could vaporize you into the ether.
    Therefore we have to choose the only other possibility: God Values Us As Much As He Values Jesus.
    Don't ask why? Don't say but we are not worthy of such a price. We are not worthy to be valued at equal value with Jesus.

    Quiet. It is not your decision to make. It is not up to you. God has the right value what he wants how he wants.
     This is not about how you value yourself. It is about how God values you.


    Did you know that I didn't know any of this when I started out writing this article. This explanation is not in today's devotional. If it was I wouldn't have had any problem swallowing the revelation that Pastor Chris was trying to pass across.

    This is one of the good things about writing devotional reviews like this. The Spirit of God teaches me as I'm writing and gives me revelations; broadening my mind on the topic and enabling me put down things I didn't know before but would be a blessing to those those read it and even to me.


     There are many times like this when I preached to somebody that the Holy Spirit put words in my mouth to say. I said things I didn't previously know. I said things in ways I wouldn't have normally done or thought wise, yet that was what worked.
     It's amazing that the same thing is happening to my writing.


    There are blessings in God that are only reserved for Soul Winners.



My Prayer For You:

   I pray that believe & bask in the joy of God's love. In Jesus Name. Amen.




NOTE: No excerpt of Rhapsody Of Realities is featured in this article. This is a Review.

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