Why is the human race so indebted to Jesus Christ?

Let My Laughter Resound!


Don’t you think that Jesus, while He sympathetically looks down upon the world of hurting persons, is also looking down upon the world, with His head bent backward, and with His mouth wide open, as He is laughing and laughing!

Why is Jesus laughing in the heavens? Because Jesus knows that the devil has been defeated! Because Jesus knows that the entire world has been ‘redeemed’ from all of its sins and it is now possible for every person to appropriate Christ’s gift of redemption for himself!

Why can Jesus laugh? Because Jesus knows that the final outcome for human existence has been established. That is, the final justice of God that will be vindicated, and the unlimited mercy of God that will be demonstrated.

Jesus knows that, in the end of time, the ‘books will be balanced'(i.e., justice will be properly rendered and mercy will be properly manifested). Why wouldn’t this blessed Savior, along with the Father and the Spirit, be now ‘standing on tiptoe with joy’?

Why wouldn’t this Creator/Savior be ‘laughing’ and ‘laughing’ and ‘laughing’, when He knows that the ‘mystery of God’ (hidden for ages) is now no longer a ‘mystery’! The ‘mystery’ was wrapped up in a person – the person of Jesus Christ – who came to earth to ‘openly die’ for the ransom of all mankind! All human beings now have access into the ‘holy presence’ of God – to make their wants and their wishes known unto an open-armed and a welcoming God.

“Biblical Foundation For The Sanctity Of Human Life!”

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