Oh how He loves you and me…

I forget just how easy technology can make life. I spoke with a young lady
just a little while ago that doesn't have an e-mail address. That blows
my brain a bit. I mean, I think I've had an e-mail address since I was in
my last teens. So…13-14 years now. This young lady is around 20 years
old and has no e-mail address.

Why? Is there no access to a computer were she is? I mean, she knows about
libraries and the computers there. Is it a money issue or just a no
access ype thing?

We are much the same. Who? Christians. I just assumed that pretty much
all young people (I say that like I'm old…hee hee), around the age of 20
or younger are all plugged into the internet and all the social networking
stuff. That everyone else is plugged into. How does that relate?????

It is easy to assume that people are Christians. It is easy to assume that
people have it all together. It isn't until you start asking questions that
you find out that their experience is mostly through someone else's
experience….or by word of mouth.

The good thing is this…God is accessible regardless of money or intellect
or power or whatever. You don't have to have the latest gadgetry to be able
to understand God. You just have to want to know Him enough to seek Him
out. (Jeremiah 29:12-13). For that matter, you don't have to have read the
latest Best Seller by the hippest Christian authors. You simply just have
to want to know Him.

God is not going to reject for what you've done. God will accept you…if
you are repentant and want freedom through Christ.

Oh, what a great gift Christ has given to us through His sacrifice.

So, when you see a person who looks like they have it all together, let them
know that God still cares and loves them.

When you see a person who looks like God could care less about or that God
has forgotten, remind them that Jesus died for them and what they are going
through right now…and there is nothing that Jesus didn't experience and
face while on the cross as he died for us.

And when you think that nothing could get better or nothing could get
worse…remember your chains that Jesus Christ freed you from by dying on
the cross. He came and died, and rose again so that we all could have life
more abundant.

Author: Michael C

Follower of Jesus Christ. Husband of one woman. Father of four. Worshipper. God has been continually molding me into a worship leader over the last 21 years. I am on a musical journey with my family to become more like Christ. Join in!

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