Love isn’t supposed to be efficient.

Love isn’t supposed to be efficient. April 16, 2015


Jesus died for everybody, true. But He also died for each of us, specifically, individually, lovingly. Inefficiently. He would have died just for me. Why, I do not know. But I know it wasn’t just poetic license when God says that the hairs on my head are counted. Salvation is not some kind of corporate endeavor for maximum efficiency. It’s not efficient, and, thank God, it’s not fair

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Image: By Hans Memling (c. 1430-1494) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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