Salvation Is Not Discounted

Salvation Is Not Discounted

Toni was born and raised in a small town in Oklahoma.She graduated from East Central University with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Economics.After college, she returned to her hometown to marry her best friend, Charles.Toni is a stay at home mom to their three teens, two boys and a girl, whom God led them to homeschool.Her goal is to raise her children to love and serve the Lord.They live on a farm where they grow produce to sell at several farmers markets.She also plays the piano at church and teaches piano.
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I am a bargain hunter.

I love finding great deals and “saving” lots of money.  The more the items are discounted, and the bigger the sale, the happier I am.  I call it “retail therapy.”

Recently, I went shopping with a friend and we found a sale that was not 50% off, not 75% off, but discounted 90% off.  Can you believe a sale like that?  I was shocked!  This was not random, ugly, leftover clothing.  This was high end clothing and shoes.  I left the store with over $1,200 worth of clothes and shoes for about $120.00.  I bought four pairs of boots, a vest, a sweater, a dress, a nightgown, two women’s shirts, a pair of men’s pants, and a men’s shirt.  Everybody got something except my husband.  (Well, he got the credit card bill.)  It took hours to go through everything, find my sizes, and make my selections.

1 Cor. 6:20

Salvation is not Discounted

On the way home, my friend and I talked about how we had never seen anything like that sale. We went on to talk about how it is wonderful that God did not discount our salvation.  There was no clearance sale for our salvation.  He did not sacrifice grain, a dove, a goat, or a bull.  God gave His all and paid full price. He sacrificed the Lamb, His perfect son who was without sin.  He gave His One and Only Son for our sins so that we may have eternal life (John 3:16).  God loves us that much!  All we have to do is accept His gift.

We are so lucky that God is not a “bargain hunter.” Our salvation is not discounted! He loves us more than I love a sale!

Do you know God’s love?

Have you accepted His gift of eternal life?

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