God Will Not Reject You

5 Jun

God’s Word: Matthew 21:33-46

God’s Message to me: (My interpretation of what God is saying in these verses)

To reject the Ambassador is to reject the one he represents.  no entry Down through the centuries I sent many of My Ambassadors of mercy to the world.  Abraham, Noah, Isaiah, Isaac, Joseph, Jonah, and many others.  They all suffered much in carrying out my mission but faithfully kept at it, enduring many hardships and much rejection from others.  Finally, I sent My Son—the Lord Jesus Christ—to live a life of love and compassion, sharing my message of hope and forgiveness.  Those who tormented my previous Ambassadors—responded to His goodness—with anger and rejection and ultimately death on a cross.

In rejecting Christ they rejected the cornerstone of My kingdom.  My heavenly kingdom is made up of those who accept Christ as the cornerstone—the very foundation upon which My kingdom rests.  Each building has one cornerstone to assure the security of the rest of the structure.  So too—my Church—My kingdom or earth which will last throughout eternity.

To reject the church is to reject Christ for which the church exists.  I do not reject you—but you reject me when you reject My Church and My Son the Lord Jesus Christ.  I do not bar anyone from heaven but each person enters or is barred based on their own choices.  To choose Christ is to choose life eternal in heaven and the abundant life here on earth.  Those who have Christ within will be admitted into My heaven.  He paid the price for your admission—there is no other way in except through belief in his sacrifice on your behalf.

God’s Question: Are you willing to accept the rejection that you will receive from others, for being My Ambassador?

God’s Promise: Better to be rejected by others than to reject Me.

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My Prayer to God

I praise You for providing us a way to forgiveness and eternity.

I am sorry I don’t shout your goodness from the housetop.

Thank You for forgiving the unforgiveable.

Help me be a forgiver of others as Your Ambassador.

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