"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and
only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not
perish but have eternal life."
A reader needing help shares, "The
circumstances of my birth were not good. My mother,
newly wedded, had me by another man. Ever since I
found this out in my teenage years (when my parents
finally got divorced after a horrible, horrible
marriage), I have felt like an outcast, as if I were
cursed because I was born in a sinful manner. I know a
child of God cannot be cursed because Jesus hung on a
tree for us, but it's hard to shake the feeling
sometimes. I've often felt as if God had rejected me.
Is it possible for God to reject a person?"
Dear Michael (not his real name), thank you for
sharing your heart. First, let me assure you that you
are not rejected by God. He loves you no matter what
your background is or the circumstances of your birth.
God's Word assures us that he loves each of us with an
everlasting love. Remember that Solomon in the Bible
was the child of a woman with whom King David
committed adultery, and that God forgave David, and
that Jesus came through the line of David via Solomon.
This is a divine example of the grace of God.
When my youngest son was still a teen, on one occasion
he was very angry at me about
something- -something that
I can't remember- -but I will never forget his reaction.
He blurted out in a very angry voice, "Well, why did
you have me
Immediately I replied, "Because you are a part of
God's eternal plan!"
And Michael that is also true of you. YOU, too, are a
part of God's eternal plan. God loves you eternally.
Jesus died on the cross for YOU. Please don't ever
forget that. And if you have never accepted Jesus as
your Savior, I urge you to do that today.
A special thanks to Brother Stu for his writings.
You may contact him by email to thank him.
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