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Home » Uncategorized » Interesting article of the week » “We commune with the Father in love, thanking him and praising him for his eternal, free, life changing, saving love (John 16:26–27; Rom. 5:5–6; 2 Cor. 13:14; 1 John 4:8–9). Owen expands on these terms, which are worthy of our reflection: Eternal. It was fixed on us before the foundation of the world. Before we were, or had done the least good, then were his thoughts upon us. . . . Free. He loves us because he will; there was, there is, nothing in us for which we should be beloved. . . . Unchangeable. Though we change every day, yet his love changes not. . . . Distinguishing. He has not thus loved all the world. . . . Why should he fix his love on us, and pass by millions from whom we differ not by nature? 8” from “God Is: A Devotional Guide to the Attributes of God” by Mark Jones

“We commune with the Father in love, thanking him and praising him for his eternal, free, life changing, saving love (John 16:26–27; Rom. 5:5–6; 2 Cor. 13:14; 1 John 4:8–9). Owen expands on these terms, which are worthy of our reflection: Eternal. It was fixed on us before the foundation of the world. Before we were, or had done the least good, then were his thoughts upon us. . . . Free. He loves us because he will; there was, there is, nothing in us for which we should be beloved. . . . Unchangeable. Though we change every day, yet his love changes not. . . . Distinguishing. He has not thus loved all the world. . . . Why should he fix his love on us, and pass by millions from whom we differ not by nature? 8” from “God Is: A Devotional Guide to the Attributes of God” by Mark Jones

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