September 26, 2016
Great question. Why did God choose to save each of us? Was it because He wanted to make our life better? And, if so, what does "better" mean? And "better" from whose perspective? His? Or ours? Maybe He chose to save us to give our life purpose and meaning. And what would that purpose be? And whose purpose are we talking about? God's? Or ours?
See the problem? When we view the purpose of our salvation from how it affects us, we tend to become self-centered and inner-focused. But it's not about us, it's all about Him. Totally for Him and Him alone.
Want to discover the true reason God chose to save you? Then keep listening.
The following is a study on total surrender.