Insight of the Month

God loves us.

Because God loves us, God suffers when we sin, that is, separate ourselves from Him by denying His love and hurting ourselves.

God loves us so much and suffers with us so much that He became incarnate. Our suffering made Him incarnate. Our suffering brought Him down to earth.

Becoming incarnate, God took our sins upon Himself and died of them.

God died of our sins to take them away from us, but every time we sin, He suffers again--and again--and again.

We crucified God. We crucify God with our sins. And yet, God loves us.


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