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Just come as you are!

152 just come as you are

Billy Graham has often used a phrase to encourage people to accept the salvation we have in Jesus: He said, "Just come as you are!" It is a reminder that God sees everything: our best and worst and he still loves us. The call "easy to come as you are" is a reflection of the words of the apostle Paul:

"For Christ was dead to us ungodly at the time when we were still weak. Hardly anyone dies for the sake of a righteous man; For the sake of goodness, he may venture his life. But God shows his love for us in the fact that Christ died for us ...

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History of Jeremy

148 story of JeremyJeremy was born with a disfigured body, a slow mind, and a chronic, incurable disease that had slowly killed his entire young life. Nevertheless, his parents had tried to give him a normal life as far as possible and therefore sent him to a private school.

At the age of 12, Jeremy was only in second grade. His teacher, Doris Miller, was often desperate with him. He shifted in his chair, drooling and making grunting noises. Sometimes he spoke again clearly, as if a bright light had penetrated the darkness of his brain ...

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The wisdom of God

059 the wisdom of GodThere is a salient verse in the New Testament in which the apostle Paul speaks of the cross of Christ as a folly to the Greeks and a nuisance to the Jews (1Kor 1,23), It's easy to understand why he makes that statement. After all, in the view of the Greeks, sophistication, philosophy and education were a sublime aspiration. How could a crucified person convey knowledge at all?

For the Jewish mind it was a cry and a desire to be free. In their history, they were attacked by numerous powers and often humiliated by occupying powers. Whether it is the Assyrians, the Babylonians ...

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