Father Love 2

Discussion in 'Doctrinal Discussions' started by Noblemen, Sep 1, 2015.

  1. The Father doesnt have two different methods of love, there is only one love that can come from the father, father love. Can the believer possibly comprehend such love? A love that is eternal, Has existed through eternity past and will exist through eternity future. Not only is it the very same love, but also it is to the same degree of love with which he loves Christ: it is of the same magnitude. That is an awesome thought to be the recipient of the same love whereby the father loves the Son. It is beyond my comprehension to try to imagine such magnitude is that of father love. Do you realize that God loves with father love, The only eternal love that has ever been. And even more incomprehensible thought is to know that this love comes from the heart of God the father, the very center of all that God is and desires to be, above all he desires to be father. Upon this I base the statement that love doesn't exist within an individual entity.

    Human Love;
    As has been previously stated, God the father is the only source of pure love. The love that exist within humanity is love that is not analogous to the father love of God. Love that exist between two or more humans who are not born again is love that is foreign to the love of God. Love that exist between humans is acquired love. All who are happily married will tell you with no hesitation that they love their spouse and there is no doubt that is true. But how long have the spouses loved each other. There was a time when they didn't love each other for they didn't know each other. The first thing that started the chain of events that led to love is that they met and became involved with each other. During the process of involvement, love begin to become a reality they continued to grow until it was consummated into marriage.

    The point is that the love of one individual for another was acquired, for it wasn't always there, simply because they didn't know each other existed. There is no way to love someone that does not exist. It's a married couple has children there's no doubt that they love their children. But there was a time when they didn't love these children, previous to the existence. It is a painful but to think that there was a time when they didn't love these children, previous to the existence. It is a painful thought to think that there was a time when we did not love our children. Love for our children is also in acquired love, before they existed they couldn't receive love. Only after these children were brought into existence through birth good these two spouses say that they loved their children. The longer the children remain within the family, the more love grows for them. All of except the father love of God is acquired love. The father love of God has existed as long as the father and the son have existed. The love within unbelievers is not love that comes from God the father.
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  2. #2 Complete, Sep 4, 2015
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2015
    'Can a woman forget her sucking child,
    that she should not have compassion
    on the son of her womb?
    yea, they may forget,
    yet will I not forget thee.
    Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands;
    thy walls are continually before me.'

    (Isa 49:15,16)

    Hi Noblemen,

    The verse above is spoken concerning God's people Israel. Reading through their history, the pattern they portray is one of apostasy and unfaithfulness, and in comparison the faithfulness and love of God for them shines through. The promises He made to them, He will fulfill, regardless of their apostasy and unfaithfulness, He will forgive them of all their sins, and restore them as He has promised (Ezekiel 16, Jeremiah 30). That nation will be born again in a day, by the same divine power.

    'But God
    commendeth His love toward us,
    in that,
    while we were yet sinners,
    Christ died for us.'

    (Rom 5:8)

    Paul's prayer for all saints, in Ephesians 3:14-21, shows us the limitless dimensions of the love of God, for us, in Christ Jesus:-

    'For this cause .... (see Ephesians 2)
    I bow my knees
    unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
    Of whom the whole family
    in heaven and earth is named,
    That He would grant you,
    according to the riches of His glory,
    to be strengthened with might
    by His Spirit in the inner man;
    That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith;
    that ye, being rooted and grounded in love,
    May be able to comprehend with all saints
    what is -
    - the breadth,
    - and length,
    - and depth,
    - and height;
    And to know the love of Christ,
    which passeth knowledge,
    that ye might be filled
    with all the fulness of God.
    Now unto Him that is able
    to do exceeding abundantly
    above all that we ask or think,
    according to the power that worketh in us,
    Unto Him be glory in the church
    by Christ Jesus
    throughout all ages,
    world without end.

    Praise His Name!

    In Christ Jesus
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  3. The love of creator God is full of glory but cant be compared to the love He express's to His children. This love is found only "in Christ" no where else. I dont think christianity in general realizes we're living in the dispensation and reason for all creation, that is God in his fatherhood created all things and since the cross could birth his own children never done before the cross. The children of Israel were a chosen earthly people and still are and God will fulfill his promises but we are a bonafide offspring of God the Father, two completely different plans of God and they cannot be mixed together a commingling of scriptures or it causes the confusion that we have in Christianity today. We are not adopted Jewish people we are the birthed children of God the father. We have our own message we are not an earthly people we are a heavily people and we have the ministry of reconciliation to the whole world Jew and Gentile alike, for all have sinned and come short of the glory, bless you sis.
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  4. Amazing thought... I can only add that God's fatherly love was
    the motivation for creation. Love must have it's object. How
    truly blessed we are!
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  5. #5 Complete, Sep 4, 2015
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2015
    Hello there,

    Please know that I do not wish to be obstructive or stand in opposition to what you are saying, @Noblemen, however, when you speak of adoption, this applies to all callings.:-

    The children of Israel: - Romans 9:3-5; 11:26; Isaiah 66:7-12
    The Bride: - Romans 11:5/Galatians 4:4,5,26 - incl. (Hebrews 11 & OT saints + overcomers/Rev. )
    The Body: - Ephesians 1:4,5

    All born from above.
    In Christ Jesus
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  6. Amen thank you for your comments
  7. The adoption Paul is talking about is toward us but it has to do with the thought that we didnt know God at one time and we really need to spend some time learning the family ways just as an adopted child would. Though we have been birthed in spirit and perfect there, it is the soul-mind that needs the Holy Spirit to teach and reveal the deep things of God such as the birthing and the family spirit. Thank you for your comments, say what is on your mind I understand and will do my best to explain what Im saying, bless you

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