Thank You Your Service Was

Recognizing that you’re very busy and can’t devote your time to only one person, I’ve tried to give a fair appraisal.
You’ve noticed that I didn’t indicate your service was “the greatest in the world.” You wonder what would be required to merit that rating? Well, you could have paid what I owed! Ridiculous? Of course! It would require your paying the bill for everyone you serve. Such service would cost you everything!
Yet there is one who really did choose to serve in such a manner. His name is Jesus Christ.

Christ came to serve.
The Bible says of Him: “Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many” (Matthew 20:28).

In this verse, to minister means literally to serve. It can refer to waiting on tables (Acts 6:2) or other forms of service. The supreme service that Jesus Christ provided is clear here: He gave His life as “a ransom.” His service truly cost Him everything. Why would He pay such a price, His very life?

Christ provided the world’s greatest service—He paid the debt we owe.
He paid the price of death on the cross because it would pay the debt that each of us owes. That is the debt of death spoken of in Romans 6:23—“the wages of sin is death.” Every person owes this debt because “all have sinned” (Romans 3:23). This debt must be paid.

Every honest person admits he has sinned. However, many people fail to recognize that, at their very first sin, they are condemned to death. This debt for sin includes both an eventual physical death (Romans 8:22, 23) and a spiritual death, which is both immediate and eternal, and referred to as the second death (Revelation 21:8). No one could expect such service. It would have cost you to serve me!
Christ and His service must be accepted to be effective for your debt

Christ’s service also includes eternal life

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