Divide a second into the smallest possible pieces. Less than one of those segments is the entire life of any man in the fullness of eternity. The blink of an eye.
(How do I put this thought into words so that I won't offend anyone, yet share an immense perspective? But if people want to be offended they'll find some reason.)
The salvation of humanity is important enough for God to send his beautiful Son to be crucified by His people, yet on their behalf. And not just they, but any who will believe.
How many of us, and how often, have we either bottled up or stood directly in the way of the Gospel?
We say we love him. And in many ways that's absolutely true. But how often have we seen the importance of the Gospel from God's perspective?
We've heard the story: God sent His only Son that He may be the propitiation for our sins. From the moment God placed His Son's soul in Mary, to the very last breath He took, His life among us was The Supreme Sacrifice.
No love of Man can compare.
What is the will of God?