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My Only Son

 

"Jesus died for our sins, but lets' not punish him for eternity!!"

 

Once GOD was sitting alone in heaven when one of HIS beloved angels came in to see HIM.

 

"Father!" the angel was shocked at the site he saw.

 

GOD was sitting there very sad and tears rolling down HIS cheeks. Every time a tear rolled down HIS cheeks, a vessel appeared just below his chin and collected the drop. The vessel was almost full.

 

"Father, why are you crying?" the angel and started crying too, "Everyone of us, your angels is happy, everyone on your beloved earth is happy. Why are you crying father?"

 

"No, you are wrong! Everyone is not happy," GOD replied, "Do you see that weak man on the earth, he is the only one who is not happy. Every one is a liar, cheat and faithless but happy, prosperous and rich. He is the only one who is honest, pure and true. But he is poor and sad. He is the only one who believes in me and my way. He is my favourite son. In fact, he is my only son right now. That's why I cry."

 

"But father, you are the GOD, you can do anything. If it makes you so sad why don't you just make him rich and happy," the angel asked.

 

"I know I am the GOD and I can change everything for him without even raising my finger. But that's not why I cry," GOD replied.

 

"Then why do you cry father, please tell me," the angel pleaded.

 

"I cry because after all the prosperity, riches and happiness I bestowed upon everyone irrespective of whether they believed in me or my my way, they didn't take care of my only son and he is not happy. That's why I cry," GOD replied.

 

"I understand you father. But why are you collecting your tears in a bowl?" the angel asked.

 

"Because if any of my tears fell on earth, there will be a huge flood that will destroy everything and everyone," GOD replied.

 

"Then let it be father. These people deserve no mercy. Let them all perish," the angel stated, agitated at the indifference of the entire humanity.

 

"I can't do that because if I did that even he will be killed along with them, my only son," GOD replied.

 

"Oh father, I am so sorry I didn't realize that," the angel felt remorseful at his suggestion.

 

Just then another tear rolled down GOD's eyes and the vessel appeared again to collect it.

 

"Father, the vessel is almost full now. How long before it will actually fill up and what will happen after that?" the angel asked.

 

"This vessel is made up of my son's patience. The moment his patience wears off, this vessel will become full and overflow," GOD replied.

 

 

 

 

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Divine Declarations “But, who do you say that I am?” Mark 8:29 Many are happy to view Jesus as a great philosopher, prophet, healer, or orator, but strongly reject the suggestion He is God in any sense. Many argue that Jesus Himself never claimed to be God, or the Son of God. In regard to the viewpoint maintained below that Jesus is God, let the reader note I am not suggesting He is the same person as the Father. This is a much debated and complex issue, but I believe the story of Jesus’ baptism considered below casts useful light on this very important issue. Jesus on Jesus In the story of Jesus’ baptism we see several clear declarations about Jesus being divine, or God. Before we get to Matthew’s eye witness account of Jesus’ baptism though, it’s interesting to note the Apostle John’s account of the words he heard Jesus say about Himself. Certainly Jesus appeared in human flesh, but the Apostle John records Jesus
David
2014-05-29 13:24:11

cont ... saying the following amazing things about Himself: “… I have come down from heaven …” (John 6:38). “… You are from beneath; I am from above, you are of this world; I am not of this world” (John 8:23). “… O Father, glorify me together with Yourself, with the glory which I had with You before the world was” (John 17:5). Go to David Kidd's Faith-lift at www.authonomy.com to read more
David
2014-05-30 06:37:30

cont ... saying the following amazing things about Himself: “… I have come down from heaven …” (John 6:38). “… You are from beneath; I am from above, you are of this world; I am not of this world” (John 8:23). “… O Father, glorify me together with Yourself, with the glory which I had with You before the world was” (John 17:5). Go to David Kidd's Faith-lift at www.authonomy.com to read more
David
2014-05-30 06:37:39





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