Paul washer dating quotes
Paul washer dating quotes
Paul Washer reading an excerpt by Puritan john Flavel from “The Father’s Bargain.” He looks at you. He says “Such is my love to and pity for them that rather then they shall perish eternally I will be responsible for them as their guarantee.” “Bring in all thy bills Father that I may see what they owe thee.” Now. And after he gets married, he’ll start getting a little shaky on his commitment. And some people say “Well if you tell that to people they’ll just sin! Carnal wicked lost church members will hear that and go on sinning. ” You see brothers, that’s what leads to holiness, that’s why the Gospel is called “The Mystery of Godliness(1 Timothy )” You see that? And he says this “Father, such is my love to this one person and my pity for them.” After they’ve broken every command He still says “Such is my love, and such is my pity.” Proud men say “I don’t want your pity.” You need His pity. He said “I had no idea that marriage was this tough.” “I don’t know if this is really, what I’m made to do.” You see, he was boasting about how much he would love this girl. But believers will say “If His love is like that, if he has set me free completely, I’m His! It’s the thing that produces godliness in the believer.
Here he says to the Father “Father, bring in everything they owe thee, let me see it.” Imagine this: He sees everything that you owe justice. What makes us godly is knowing that Jesus died and that He died for me!
He doesn’t go to that Cross blindly, He doesn’t get on the Cross and say “No Father, I don’t want to do this, I didn’t know it would cost so much.” He knew from eternity how much it would cost Him and yet He still did it. “Bring in all thy bills that I may see what they owe thee.” “Lord bring them all in” now listen, believers. And when He died He paid for every sin, past, present and future. And you say “But brother Paul, it says that there’s going to be a judgment for a believer.”(2 Cor ) Ya, but listen to this. [crying] The one who judges you is the one who died for you.
If this doesn’t make you so happy you weep or cry out for joy you’re not understanding what I’m saying. Bring them all in that there may be no after reckonings with them.” Do you see what He’s saying? And God will never again, never call me into His judgment hall to judge me. In that Judgment, when you look up into the judges face…
Bring in everyone of their bills from the time they were born till the time they die, everything they owe thee Father, bring them all in.
I want to see them all, and on that tree I want to pay for them all there so that you never have to deal with them again with regard to their sin.
You finally walked through a door that no one in this world knows anything about, it’s unconditional love. Because of that perfect work of Christ on that tree, on your behalf. That He who was ruler of all things, the heir of the universe and beyond; He became a servant.
Paul Washer became a believer while studying at the University of Texas.
He completed his undergraduate studies and enrolled at Southwestern Theological Seminary, where he received his Master of Divinity degree.
After graduating, he moved to Peru and served there as a missionary for ten years, during which time he founded the Heart Cry Missionary Society in order to support Peruvian church planters.
Heart Cry's work now supports indigenous missionaries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Eurasia, and Latin America.
Paul now serves as one of the laborers with the Heart Cry Missionary Society.
He and his wife Charo have four children: Ian, Evan, Rowan, and Bronwyn.