Christ Cannot Deny Himself

The Prince of Peace

m. j. hendricks

This is a faithful saying:
For if we died with Him, also we will live with Him.
If we endure with Him, also we will reign with Him.
If we deny Him, also He will deny us.
If we are faithless, He remains faithful;
He cannot deny himself.(2 Tim. ii. 11-13).

Christ Jesus is just as faithful to save as He is to deny, for “He cannot deny himself.” His grace is perfect, but so is His wrath. He cannot act contrary to His divine nature lest He cease being God. Whereas the thought of His denial and judgment of some unto hell is unimaginably terrifying (rightly so!), in His great mercy and out of His beautiful love, He offers each of us salvation from our much deserved fate. He offers himself freely. FREELY! This is the good news! He loves us so very much that He died and…

m. j. hendricks

This is a faithful saying:
For if we died with him, also we will live with him.
If we endure with him, also we will reign with him.
If we deny him, also he will deny us.
If we are faithless, he remains faithful;
he cannot deny himself.(2 Tim. ii. 11-13).

Christ Jesus is just as faithful to save as he is to deny, for “he cannot deny himself.” His grace is perfect, but so is his wrath. He cannot act contrary to his divine nature lest he cease being God. Whereas the thought of his denial and judgment of some unto hell is unimaginably terrifying (rightly so!), in his great mercy and out of his beautiful love, he offers each of us salvation from our much deserved fate. He offers himself freely. FREELY! This is the good news! He loves us so very much that he died and…

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