The greatest miracle that we have been able to see in the whole trajectory of life is that God sent His son to die for humanity, that He did not refuse when He was going to be crucified.
Jesus did not care that we were sinners, He does not look at any of that, He just looked that we should be saved and through this miracle could happen. Jesus was rejected, humiliated, mistreated, blasphemed against Him, but He only asked the father for Him to have mercy on them.
Be ye therefore followers of God, as dear children;
It is good that each day we be grateful to God for that enormous sacrifice that He made for love of us, to give His son in sacrifice so that He be mistreated in such a way that He came to the cross, being innocent, because there was no fault some in Him, because He only came to deliver people from death and sin so that they would pass from death to life, from darkness to light.
Today we find countless people that when you present Jesus as the only and sufficient savior, without doubt they say “not now”, they reject it as if they were being charged or as when they are lazy, that if you ask them for a favor they say “no” quickly. But when an illness comes, they turn to Him who they rejected in search of healing, so the question is do they want healing, but not the bearer of it?
And walk in love, as Christ also hath loved us, and hath given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savour.
It is good that we understand that with our own strength we can not do anything, because only God can help us, let us not look only for the miracle of God, but we should look for Him without any interest whatsoever. God knows everything about us, let’s be wise and grateful and seek the Lord so we can be saved.