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Before becoming a Christian, I never thought it was possible to have a relationship with the God of the universe; to understood the full weight of His attributes and loving and just nature. Even now, as a believer in Jesus Christ, who is aware of my fallen and broken state, I’m reticent to declare that I have understood all.
I am an absolute product of God’s Grace and Mercy; and yet I find this same Grace an extreme struggle to bestow upon others. I profess to want to love other people – especially believers – as Christ continues to love us; but is it possible to do so in all of our brokenness and sinful natures?
Regardless of where you stand on this topic, I rejoice to see any open dialog regarding our Lord Jesus Christ and the scriptures, so long as the evidence of the Bible is articulated.