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“ I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy” ( Exo 33:19 KJV).
The focus of this part will be on salvation offered by Christ Jesus to mankind irrespective of their race, gender, religion inclination or the degree of their wretchedness. He demonstrated His love for all even while we were still sinners by paying the price of our salvation with His own blood. Rom 5:8 says, “God demonstrated His love for us in this: while we were still sinners, Christ died for us”.
Exo 33:19 says, “I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy”.

God emphatically told Moses that His choices do not depend on the degree of evil or good in man but solely upon His sovereign will. Therefore, no one can say he is too evil to be shown grace. It means when it comes to candidate for grace, your background and waywardness has nothing to do with God’s choice. Saul of Tarsus before he became Paul the Apostle was the Chief of all sinners and injurious to the body of Christ but God saved him (I Tim 1:12-17).

There is hope of salvation for sinners regardless of their past sins. Perhaps, you might have written off yourself that you cannot be saved, considering your wretchedness. I have a good news for you today, that you can be saved!
Perhaps, you may be asking, “what then do I need to do”? All you need to do is to come my friend. Just come as you are. God says, “come!”. Isa 1:18, “ Come now, and let us reason together..” The Spirit and the Bride also say, “come!”(Rev22:17). Turn away from your wicked way.

Isa 55:7, “ Let the wicked forsake their ways and the unrighteous their thoughts. Let them turn to the LORD, and He will have mercy”. He will save you and wink at your past sins. Also, call upon Him in prayer and you will be saved (Rom10:13). As you take this steps, I pray He will save you completely in Jesus’ name. Amen. There is hope for you.
God bless you.

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