The love of Jesus is deep and powerful. It encompasses us, draws us in,
and changes us - but only if we are willing to be changed.
How can we not love someone who loves us so powerfully and so thoroughly even though he knows our worst defects and our hidden darkness?
How can we not love someone who has pulled us out of hell and into love, peace, and power (real power, not the fake stuff so rampant today. That isn't real power because devils are controlling them).
There is no way to glory in Jesus enough. His love is real. It isn't this weird "acceptance" and insanity the world has going around today, like a rampant disease. It's real. It's powerful. And if we accept it and turn to him, then our love for him increases and our appreciation of him is boundless, for how can you be pulled out of fear, terror, depression, anxiety, and so on and not have the deepest love and appreciation for him who pulled you out and filled you with his love and peace?
To quote part of a song:
I stand all amazed at the love Jesus offers me
Confused at the grace that, so fully, He proffers me.
I marvel that He would descend from His throne, divine
To rescue a soul so rebellious and proud as mine
That He should extend His great love unto such as I
Sufficient to own, to redeem, and to justify
If you have watched The Chosen series, most of the videos below will make more sense, even though I think the message can be received even if one has never watched it.
These videos move me to tears. The sobbing kind. Perhaps it is because I have had such darkness inside and such fear, depression, and anxiety coursing through my soul for decades (which things I still fight) that I thoroughly identify with the poor souls depicted in these videos. The spiritually and emotionally maimed and wounded. The lost. Those that hell overcame - until Christ entered the picture.
Minute 2:34 to the end of that video above. I have no words.