You and Everyone You Know Are All Dirty Rotten Sinners.

This is a very good article that puts the concept of Salvation through God’s Sovereign Grace into greater perception and perspective. God is at work in rebuilding our lives to where we become completely, wholly transformed. Our new life is a means to reach out and bless others through the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Ashley Mezera

This may come as a surprise to you, but our American culture is under the impression that people are born innocent. It’s an accepted cultural “truth” that people are generally good. They are kind, and gentle. And really it’s the exception to find an evil person.

It’s more often then not, that we hear about the victim’s of sin. We see it all around us in every day life. As nice people, we typically find a  place in our hearts for the victim. We pray for them, and have mercy on them. We’ve been victim’s of sin ourselves. The brokenness can sometimes be more than we can bear. I’ve even written about it (Forgiving the Unforgivable & The Wrath of God).

Grace and mercy for the victim of sin is a beautiful picture of His love, which was brought low, from the Throne Room of God, in the form of a newborn…

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