At Your Worst Moment

Today’s passage has one of the most powerful and important concepts in all of scripture. Today’s passage lays one of the most important truths about God out for us.

Paul, in Romans, is laying out for us the fact that we are saved by grace through faith, not by anything that we can do. Our salvation comes not by our works, not by our actions, but it comes from the grace of God which is freely given, not earned.

Listen to what He says today in Romans 5:6-8:

For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. For one will scarcely die for a righteous person—though perhaps for a good person one would dare even to die— but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

While we were still weak, Christ died for the ungodly. Other versions translate that passage by saying that while we were still His enemies Christ died for us. And then says that God shows His love for us that while we sinners, Christ died.

Wow. Think about that truth for a second.

While you were at your worst moment. The moment you were furthest away from God. The moment that you had wandered away. At you weakest. Most sinful. Lowest moment that you have had in your life.

At that moment. That’s when Jesus died for you.

He didn’t die for you because you had earned it. He died for you because He loves you.

And He wants to redeem you. He wants to save you. He wants to give you grace.

At your worst moment. At your biggest failure. At the time when you blew it up the most.

It was at that moment Jesus died for you.

Wow. When we are at our lowest, God loves us the most. When we are at our weakest, God is the strongest. When we are most unlovable, that’s when God gives us the most grace.

Today, at your weakest moment, God loved you. Today, in our all of lives, no matter where we are, weak or strong, may we know how much He really does love us.

And may that love cause us to love, serve, and follow Him, each moment of our lives!

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