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I'll Come Running
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Mark Free - Someday you'll come running to me
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Why did He first make us physical — from the dust of the earth in Genesis — then offer us eternal life only if we trust in Jesus? God had a choice about how humans would be created. He could have made us to function like programmed robots whose only course of action is to carry out the instructions of their Maker. But instead, He chose to create us like Him, capable of making choices that are limited only by our knowledge and character.
So we have this God who is constantly forming our character, and part of the way that happens is by us making our own choices. Then he went to work for one of the citizens of that country, who sent him into his fields to feed pigs. His past is too costly for his father to forgive. Does his plan sound at all vaguely familiar to you? It should.
This is a straightforward business arrangement, and we fully expect it to work. What an amazing picture of our God! The father runs to the son.