Meet His Sacrifice

Written by Joyce C. Lock

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Written by Joyce C. Lock

God has moments of anger, like as do we. However, some have misconceptions about His response. There's an unspoken law of consequences betweenrepparttar forces of good and evil, a result of being born into a sinful world.

In observing my daughter, as a very young child, whenever she was disobedient. If I didn't discipline, she'd suddenly become injured or some other mishap. It was as if God was punishing her, or so I thought.

Once God gave me an example of how it really is.

Imagine yourself standing betweenrepparttar 126910 sidewalk and curb. Your hands are wrapped behind your back, tied to a tree. A car is coming and your child runs intorepparttar 126911 street. You've no physical means of reaching that child.

Hearingrepparttar 126912 speeding car, first thoughts come faster than you can verbalize, "No! The car will hurt you!"

You scream a plea, with anything you think might cause that child to change their direction, before itís too late. That is how it is with God. Were it any other way, He'd have to take away our freedom of choice.

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