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Message  Admin le Mer 2 Mai - 4:08 The crown of gold!

If Jesus took human nature on Himself, then what nature did Jesus have before coming on the earth ? The Bible says tht God is a spirit, maybe Jesus was a spirit also. As a sporit God can be omnipresent. Did Jeus really loose his omnipresence when he took on human form !? That is such an amazing thought and such amazing love ! All this loss of power just to save a fw frail human beings ! Wow. How much must god love us ! The Bible says that God love sus more than his own life ! Jesus spentd all his time thinking about you. You are on his mind 24 hours a day ! There is not a moment when Jesus is not thinking about you !

When you are troubled He thinks about you. Jesus knowswhat you are going through right now. He knows the finalcial pressure you are having now ! Jesus knows the troubles in your mariage ! Jesus knows the prescription you just received from the doctor and your failing health ! He is close to you ! This world in a sinful workd arked by sin and death ! One day if you keep on the fight you will wear a crown with stars and you will be able to stand close to the one who loves you so !

By assuming human nature, Christ elevates humanity. Fallen men are placed where, through connection with Christ, they may indeed become worthy of the name "sons of God." {SC 15.1}
Such love is without a parallel. Children of the heavenly King! Precious promise! Theme for the most profound meditation! The matchless love of God for a world that did not love Him! The thought has a subduing power upon the soul and brings the mind into captivity to the will of God. The more we study the divine character in the light of the cross, the more we see mercy, tenderness, and forgiveness blended with equity and justice, and the more clearly we discern innumerable evidences of a love that is infinite and a tender pity surpassing a mother's yearning sympathy for her wayward child. {SC 15.2}

Man was originally endowed with noble powers and a well-balanced mind. He was perfect in his
being, and in harmony with God. His thoughts were pure, his aims holy. But through disobedience, his powers were perverted, and selfishness took the place of love. His nature became so weakened
through transgression that it was impossible for him, in his own strength, to resist the power of evil. He was made captive by Satan, and would have remained so forever had not God specially interposed. It was the tempter's purpose to thwart the divine plan in man's creation, and fill the earth with woe and desolation. And he would point to all this evil as the result of God's work in creating man. {SC 17.1} In his sinless state, man held joyful communion with Him "in whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge." Colossians 2:3. But after his sin, he could no longer find joy in holiness, and he sought to hide from the presence of God. Such is still the condition of the unrenewed heart. It is not in harmony with God, and finds no joy in communion with Him. The sinner could not be happy in God's presence; he would shrink from the companionship of holy beings.
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