The Compassion Of Christ Jesus

God's compassion to humanity
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Have you asked your­self “why is Jesus Christ com­pas­sion­ate?” Do you real­ly want to know? God is love. God is com­pas­sion­ate. Of all that God cre­at­ed, God has a spe­cial love for human­i­ty; true humans par­tic­u­lar­ly those who love to do His will; who love Him as God; whose heart beat for God.

Think of the Gar­den of Eden. God comes to the gar­den to speak to Adam. And till today, God has not stopped speak­ing to man. He is always seek­ing out for man (human­i­ty).

God so loved Adam (man; the car­ri­er of His seeds) that He see­ing His lone­li­ness in the Gar­den of Eden when­ev­er He (God) is away, made out of Adam a means to repro­duce his seeds;  his kind.

Although the dev­il deed every­thing pos­si­ble to destroy and infil­trate man, to have access to man and all that God has giv­en man; God still cared for man and still cares for mankind till eter­ni­ty. God still cares for His own.

That com­pas­sion God has for human­i­ty is the com­pas­sion Jesus Christ has for human­i­ty. Jesus Christ so loved human­i­ty that He gave His life; God com­ing as man and let­ting the dev­il and his cohorts kill Him through man. God in turn destroyed the dev­il through man and restored man to his place of glo­ry such that man through Him (Jesus Christ) will have access to Him (God’s divin­i­ty as almighty above whom there is no oth­er).

Jesus Christ became a very pow­er­ful and sound exam­ple of what man (human­i­ty) should be. Jesus Christ was indeed com­pas­sion­ate to all who were around Him. His spir­i­tu­al sen­si­tiv­i­ty and alti­tude towards the things of God were indeed very high such that the dev­il nev­er took advan­tage of Him even once. Jesus Christ did not fall into any of the devices or traps of the dev­il. And even when it looked like the dev­il got Him by His crux­i­fi­ca­tion; it turned out to be to the destruc­tion of the ene­my- the dev­il and his cohorts.

Should you be com­pas­sion­ate; I will answer yes you should. Yes you should. Yes with God in agree­ment with God, not by your strength but by God’s strength. You let­ting God’s glo­ry, pow­er to come forth through you as you are lean­ing on God; know­ing it is not by you, but by God at work in you. Because it all by the Holy Spir­it not by human strength or human might- By the Spir­it says the Lord.

When God cre­at­ed the first ma Adam, He com­mis­sioned Him to rule and have domin­ion over all He cre­at­ed. This id human­i­ty hav­ing domin­ion over all that God cre­at­ed because all humans were in Adam when God said that.

God is king and He made man (Adam) king too. The dev­il stole the king­ship by decep­tion and manip­u­la­tion and cor­rupt­ed the seed of Adam as evil entered the world. Adam no longer bore the seed of God alone, but that of the dev­il too. What he seeked was the king­ship of the sec­ond heav­en which God has giv­en to man when He said; mul­ti­ply increase, rule, dom­i­nate. The dev­il want­ed to rule, dom­i­nate, increase, mul­ti­ply in the domain God has giv­en man, so Jesus Christ (God as man ) came to redeem man (God’s seeds) from the cor­rupt nature; from the decep­tions and manip­u­la­tions of the dev­il and his cohorts (the spir­i­tu­al wicked­ness, evil forces, prin­ci­pal­i­ties, dark pow­ers of this age etc) These evil forces have access to man to get all these things God  has giv­en to man par­tic­u­lar­ly the soul of man which is very dear to God.

You as a child of God; a Chris­t­ian, a believ­er should know the essence of the Chris­t­ian (Christ like) nature in you. It is the nature of God. God redeemed you with a cost­ly price (shame, death on the cross) to save you from the nature of sin (the dev­ils nature).

The Chris­t­ian nature in you is part of God’s com­pas­sion; that through you all men will come to know the through and only liv­ing God through the works of Jesus Christ in you.

The dev­ils will is to steal from you, kill you and destroy you. It starts by decep­tion then con­tin­ues by manip­u­la­tion. But Jesus Christ came that you will have life and have it more abun­dant­ly.

God’s will is that you pros­per on earth even as your soul is pros­per­ing. And there is one way to do this, Jesus Christ; accept­ing Jesus Christ as your Lord and per­son­al sav­ior. Because when you do, it becomes less of you and more of God. The dev­il achieves his goals when it is more of the human nature, because he will trick you to get to that point where the human nature lim­it is and then take it from you. But when it is more of God (Jesus Christ in you) the dev­il and his cohorts can­not suc­ceed.

Truth be told, you can get your­self so aligned and in tune with God that even your own human will and desires becomes an exten­sion of God’s works; God work­ing through you. Let God take the lead. Let it be more of God in you and less of you in you. More of God’s desires, less of your desires, more of God’s will less of your will. More of what God wants you to do in life and less of what you want to do in life. This way, the light of God in you shines to all men, and God’s will is done on earth as it is done in Heav­en.

All it takes is come clos­er to God and God will come clos­er to you. Seek the right­eous­ness of God(His right­ness) and king­dom, and God will in turn give you the good things of life, this includes all you desire those that is good for you as He knows you bet­ter than you know your­self.

When­ev­er you are in doubt of God’s love for you, remem­ber what God says in Jere­mi­ah 31:20; “Isre­al, you are my dear­est son, the child I love best. When­ev­er I men­tion your name, I think of you with love. My heart goes out to you, I will be, mer­ci­ful”

God's nature is love

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