Thursday, December 28, 2017


And, behold, a woman in the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee's house, brought an alabaster box of ointment...’ – Luke 7 vs 37

Hello dearly beloved of God in Christ Jesus. I am convinced even by the Holy Ghost that God will bless your heart and mind as you read the words of this Publication. Amen.

Our opening Bible passage is an inspiring portion of the Bible. A woman (which was a sinner), when she knew that Jesus was at that place, came to Him. She was a sinner. And I began to wonder, never a time did we read in the Bible that sinners came to the Pharisees nor to the Scribes, nor to the Sadducees, neither did we read that sinners came to the Priests. Uhmmm! but not Jesus! Let’s see what this woman was described to be in the verse 39;

‘Now when the Pharisee which had bidden him saw it, he spake within himself, saying, This man, if he were a prophet, would have known who and what manner of woman this is that toucheth him: for she is a sinner.’ – {KJV}

You see that? straight up she was judged by that Pharisee, he said "for she is a sinner". That means her ordeals may have been known to the men before that time, therefore he was displeased that she came close to Jesus or even touched Him. Wait a minute, did you notice something, did you notice something about the character of religious men from this passage? they despise people, they are quick to condemn people, they paint themselves as better over others, but not Jesus! even though He is the King of Glory! - Selah. Jesus condemns none; and this characteristic of the Lord was made known about the scenario in John 8 vs 3 - 11, I like us to see the verse 11;

She said, No man, Lord. And Jesus said unto her, Neither do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more.’ – {KJV}

Here we see the Lord giving favour/grace to a certain woman that she didn’t deserve. She was caught in the very act of adultery, therefore according to the Law of Moses she should be killed. {Deuteronomy 22 vs 22}, but the Lord did not condemn her, that means He didn’t view her based on her sin. Uhmmm...what a Savior He is. - Selah. So here we see men again condemning a sinner, but not the Lord Jesus. Amen. Praise God forever! You see, in such a world where even sinners condemn sinners, men condemn men even when they themselves are not perfect, no one cares about your pain, how you feel; who then is the sinners’ friend? Jesus! Jesus!! Jesus!!! He is Jesus! His name is Jesus! Hallelujah! Praise God! Looking at our opening Bible passage, the woman did not run to the house because the Pharisee was there, no, but because Jesus was there. Men (sinners) were scared of their religious leaders because should they know of their sins, it will not go well with them, but not with Jesus! They came to Jesus knowing that they will not be condemned, instead they will be talked out of their burdens and sorrows by Him. Not only did the sinners come to Jesus, Jesus went to the sinners, sat amongst them, dinned with them, insomuch that the Pharisees and the elders murmured against Him. See this;

‘The Son of man came eating and drinking, and they say, Behold a man gluttonous, and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners. But wisdom is justified of her children.’ - Matthew 11 vs 19 {KJV}

You see that? Those were names He was called because of His Love for the sinners. They called Him a friend of publicans (fraudsters) and sinners.

Listen to me, people because of ignorance run from the ONE who actually is their best friend in their current situation. People run from God when they sin or because of their sins; many think that God is angry with them because they keep making same mistakes, hence because of that false knowledge of God, they feel disconnected from God. Remember, Jesus came to show to us all that the Father is - His will, His heart, His judgment in situations, His kindness and His tenderness, Jesus revealed to us the totality of the Father's heart;

'No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him.' - John 1 vs 18 {KJV}

  • He (Jesus) has declared Him (God)

The word 'declared' as used in the above verse means 'to reveal'. So Jesus depicts to us that He is the revelation of the Father. - Think about this

'Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person...' - Hebrews 1 vs 3 {KJV} 

  • Jesus is the brightness of God's glory
  • Jesus is the express image of God's personality

You see, we are informed that Jesus is the brightness of God's glory. That means that all that God is is brightly and clearly seen in Jesus. The verse also tells us that Jesus is the express image of God's person. Meaning all of the characteristics, characters, and attributes of God is exactly what Jesus is. Meaning we can now tell how God thinks, feels, and reacts to situations by observing how Jesus thought, felt and reacted to them. O glory to God! This is good news, so good to know. - Selah

Therefore, we can safely conclude that the characters of God are the very characters Jesus displayed in the earth, the very attributes of God are what Jesus showed forth before men. So if Jesus loves the sinners, that's the exact position of God too. - Selah. All that you see in Jesus is the revelation of who the Father is.

Dearly beloved, let this Truth I share with you break that wall of separation between you and your best friend Jesus! See Jesus! He is the one you should be talking to right now! O you committed a murder? He is the one you should run to and lie at His feet just like that woman did when she heard Jesus was at that certain man’s house. The Lord Loves you more than you currently know about, and that is why this Word is coming to you now that you may know of His Love and His person. He condemns none!

Jesus is the sinners’ friend. Don’t worry that people despise you, condemn you or don’t see anything good in you. Why worry, when Jesus Loves you just as you are and never condemns you neither does He disconnect Himself from you... Therefore why should you care about men’s judgment of you? Why not love the Lord today even right now, worship Him, lift up those hands that He has made holy and say "Lord I thank You for everything." C’mon.

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit.

- Jenning U. Angel


  1. Interesting....very elaborative too. Truly,the Lord is love. Bless you.....keep it coming.

    1. Oo yes!, JESUS is LOVE. GOD Bless You Brother. More Grace on you.

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