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Dr. John T. Phillips Jr.

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Pastor: Johnnie Phillips (318) 992-3641 Fax: (318)495-5506 Email: johnniephil@yahoo.com
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Consider the words of commentator John Phillips as he states, "So we take a point on earth and draw a line vertically into infinity. We also draw a line horizontally into infinity-"so far hath He removed our sins from us.
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Consider the words of commentator John Phillips as he states, "So we take a point on earth and draw a line vertically into infinity. We also draw a line horizontally into infinityâ€"“so far hath He removed our sins from us.â€Â There is a point on this planet where those two infinite lines intersectâ€"the point is Calvary! We draw all our lines from the cross. The upright of the cross, driven like a stake into the ground, is where we begin our vertical line. We extend it up into infinity. The crossbar of the tree, flung wide as though to embrace the world, is where we begin our horizontal line into infinity. That is how the Lord measures His mercyâ€"in terms of the cross. (Exploring Psalms Volume Two, pg. 128)
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“Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God:…†(1 John 3:1)
I picture the apostle John writing these words and saying, “Wow! This is amazing! God loves me so much that He made a way possible for me to become His child!â€Â It still shook John to the very core, even at the end of his life, as he considered what his Savior did for him.
In the Gospel of John the apostle is only mentioned as “the disciple whom Jesus loved.â€Â This title was what he wanted to be remembered by because of the precious truth that it displayed.
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One of the ways the Bible defines love is found in John 15:13 where it says,
“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.â€
Christ Jesus laid down His life for us. He sacrificed His own life so that we could have a relationship with the Father as our Father. In John 17, Christ prays for us, “for them also which shall be believe on Me†(v. 20). His desire was for us to have the same relationship that He has with the Father.  He says,
“That they all may be one; as Thou, Father, art in Me, and I in Thee, that they also may be one in Us:…â€Â (John 17:21)
He goes on to say in verse 23 that He desires that we would be loved by the Father just as He is loved by the Father. This self-sacrificing love was done on the crossâ€"it was done so that we could liveâ€"truly live.
As I consider the extent of the love of God I realize that these words only begin to scratch the surface, if even that. I pray that as you read these words that you would stop and meditate upon the love of God…rest in the love of God…live in the love of God… love others more because of the love of God…and love God in return because His amazing love for us.  Meditate upon this verse and let yourself be in awe.
“Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God:…†(1 John 3:1)
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