Editor's Pick

Editor’s Pick: God is a Patient Teacher


Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ…” (Phil 1:6)

God hates sin.  There is no denying that.  He hates it so much that He cannot abide with it.  But He loves sinners…  He loves them so much, He came to live among them and chose to lay down His life for them, fulfilling the most redemptive calling of all.

For three years of His ministry, Jesus patiently taught His disciples the principles of the Kingdom of Heaven.  He lived with them, when they had petty quarrels over who is greater.  He patiently answered them when they wanted to call fire on their enemies, after He had already told them to love their enemies.  When they did not still understand His grace, even by knowing His teaching and observing His practice, He still taught them that they must forgive those who offend them as many times in a day that they offend them…

At some point, the disciples should have gotten the message loud and clear.  When they were supposed to have enough faith to cast out devils, they were still not able to…

Read more at https://ufuomaee.blog/god-is-a-patient-teacher

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