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(Jesus said) "Even as the Son of Man came
not to be served but to serve, and to give His life
as a ransom for many." Matthew 20:28

The Savior says He had been born into this world
to be a Servant. From His first breath in
Bethlehem's stable to that moment when
He gave up the ghost on Calvary's cross, Jesus
was motivated by a divine love for others.

In other words, Jesus considered your eternal
welfare to be of greater importance than His
temporal needs and desires. Winning your
forgiveness and salvation was what motivated His
daily life and took Him to the cross where He gave
His life as a ransom for many.

And now, in response to the Savior's love, believers
are given the opportunity to throw others a lifeline,
rather than cutting it.

(excerpt from Lutheran Hour Ministries)

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