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In the hope of doing some good to God’s eternally-loved children, we present this issue of the Free Grace Broadcaster: God’s Love. Octavius Winslow, a man whose writings are steeped in the love of God, introduces us to God’s glorious attribute of love. Arthur Pink then reveals the extraordinary nature of God’s infinite love for His people. Puritan Thomas Manton shows us that first God loved His eternal Son in eternity, then, He loved His people in Christ, and now He loves Christ in His people. Do we have a good grasp of how that love comes from eternity into history? Thomas Reade helps us to see this in Christ Jesus. David Martyn Lloyd-Jones shows us that God manifests His love in many ways; but the clearest, highest, and most beautiful way is in the person and work of Jesus Christ our Lord. How does a Christian live in this world of sorrow, heartaches, troubles, and misery? In a second article, Winslow tells us that we should trust God’s love for us in every providence. Samuel Eyles Pierce wants us to ponder deeply the Apostle John’s command to behold the wonderful love God had for us in eternity, has for us now, and will have forever. Few people can preach about God’s love with the authority, tenderness, and clarity of Charles Spurgeon. He sets before us God’s immeasurable love in His eternally loved Son for His eternally loved people. And Winslow has the final word: having given a biblical exposition of God’s mighty love in Christ, in this last article, he soberly tells what happens when God’s love turns to anger.
Drink in what the Scriptures truly teach about God and His love in the words of these faithful preachers. Gaze upon the love that is so high, so wide, so deep that it transforms the human soul forever. Contemplate the mighty, eternal, full, and free love of God in Christ, and love Him back by repenting of your sins, by looking in faith to Christ, and by humbly obeying Him. He is worthy because He is love, and He loves His people in Christ.