Jesus’s compassion

But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having no shepherd.
Matthew 9:36 (NKJV)

World Changer: Jesus’s compassion had its major expression on the cross at Calvary where He voluntarily shed His blood and gave his life for the sin of the world.
It would be very important that all of us Christians who have been born again, begin to review and scrutinize throughout the entire Bible, who were the people who at a certain point in their life, made decisions because of sympathy for some situation or person .
When Jesus was born on this earth, He came filled with compassion first of all for Israel and after that for all mankind to give them opportunity to repent and be forgiven from their sins and had eternal life.
Jesus went through all the cities and villages teaching in their synagogues and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, healing all sickness and all disease in the people. He was full of compassion for them because He knew that their hearts were hardened and far from God and they were like stray and stranded sheep that have no one to care for them and therefore are exposed to attack by any predator (Matthew 9:35).
We also in this time that we are living, we see many people that are aimless and with a heart reluctant to surrender to God because of the false promises and riches of this world. *Let us have compassion on everyone because the harvest is great and the workers are few and that is why God Himself said that we pray in His Name so that many people with a heart of a servant and compassionate rise up to preach the gospel and that many souls may be won for the Kingdom of God (Matthew 9: 37-38).
Today is your day of salvation so that by God’s grace you will be forgiven and spend eternity in heaven (Romans 10: 8-13).
Christ in us the hope of glory and our world-changing victory (Colossians 1:27, 1 Corinthians 15:10, 57). Hallelujah.

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