He who did not spare His own Son but gave Him up for us all, how will He not also with Him graciously give us all things?
Paul asked a question: “If God gave us His Son, then will He not give us everything else He promised us?” How do we know if God’s goodness and love are going to be given to us?
To answer that question we must understand that If God has given us His Son, then He will give us everything else we need.
In Genesis 22, in the Old Testament story of Abraham offering his son Isaac, God asked Abraham to sacrifice his own son. The Bible says Abraham did not spare his only son. Of course, God intervened at the last second and provided a ram for the sacrifice.
That was a picture of what Jesus Christ would do one day on that same mountain range of Moriah when God would send His only Son, the Lamb of God, to take away the sins of the world. Paul was essentially saying, “If God was willing to do that for us, then why wouldn’t He do anything and everything else for us?”
God did not send His own Son into the world because we were good people. Jesus came to die for us because of our sinfulness. That’s what makes God’s gift of salvation that much more unbelievable.
The Bible says that while we were sinners, God sent His Son to die for us. If while we were sinners, God sent His best and most costly gift, and now that we are His children, don’t you think He will give us everything else? If God gave you His greatest gift while you were His enemy, what is He going to withhold from you now? Nothing!
Lord, thank You for giving me the best gift I could ever receive. Your love and grace gives me peace and comfort.