God Spared Not by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
Romans 8:32

"He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up
for us all, how shall he not with him freely give us
all things?"

Today we are studying Romans 8:32, one of the great
statements of the Bible and it is wonderful to get a
statement of the Word of God in your heart and really
believe it and let the Lord bless your heart and mind
from it. It is comforting to hear "He that spared not
his own son, but delivered him up for us all, how
shall he not with him also freely give us all things?"
My beloved friends, that one sentence will give your
heart rest if you really believe it, if you analyze
it, if you see what God is really saying here about
His grace and His love and His salvation to us who
really believe on the Lord Jesus. He spared not His
own Son. He delivered Him up for us all.

Now because God did that great thing shall He not,
after doing that, also give us freely everything He
has? In other words, when you get Christ you get
everything God has. If I would give you my son's life,
I would give you everything I have, and that is what
God is saying at the cross. God is saying, "This is
how much I love you." And there are many people today
who do not believe God loves them at all because they
have difficulties, they have trials, they have
sorrows, they have sins, and they think that these
things do away with the love of God or prove that God
does not love them. It does not!

I want us to look at this great statement and get it
into our hearts today, memorize it, digest it, and
revel in this wonderful truth that God did not spare
His Son. God loves us so much He delivered Him up for
us all and that means every individual person. When we
believe that God gave His greatest gift, Jesus, we
must believe He will give us the lesser gift, which
means all else He has because He gave the gift of His
own Son. When He gave His Son, He gave His heart ...

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