The Son of God became a man to enable men to become the sons of God. ~ C.S. Lewis
It’s Easter Eve. I found a love letter that I thought you might enjoy.
Just for you
I suffered and died.
And one day
I will take all of your
pain and sorrow away,
and wipe every tear
from your eyes.
All I ask in return
is that you Love Me
and Trust Me.
For years I lived my life in despair.
For years I felt abandoned by God.
Because of my addictions and failures.
But then I cried unto the Lord
and He heard my prayer.
He set my feet upon a rock.
He put a new song in my heart.
He made known unto me
the joy of His salvation.
~ Ron Pdvoisky
The poem, in its entirety, is overlaid here on a video of the Tommy Coomes Band’s Come Just As You Are.
If there ever was a day to remember that Jesus loves us unconditionally, Easter is surely it.
None of the great deeds we do, not in a lifetime, can add to that love. And not a thing we’ve done, not in this lifetime, can make Him love us less.
He just wants us to come to Him. That’s why He came in the first place. The Son of God became a man to enable men to become the sons of God.