February 09, 2019

‘Jesus’ Love Is Unconditional’

​Published in the Gleaner

Students of Paul Bogle and Robert Lightbourne high schools had their spiritual minds catered to on Monday during the Best Dressed Chicken 60th anniversary school tour event held on the former’s school compound in Morant Bay, St Thomas.

The day’s proceedings kicked off with an anointed praise and worship session led by gospel minister Carlene Davis and her team.

Delivering a potent message on the love of Christ, The Reverend Marcus Williams of Kingdom Builders Open Bible Church in Kingston highlighted three characteristics of the saving grace.

“Jesus’ love is unconditional. It matters not who you are, how you look or where you come from, whether a broken home, I know someone who loves you just the way you are.

“The Bible says that you were fearfully and wonderfully made and God wants you to know that His Love for you is unconditional and that He loves you so much.

You may be going through some struggles in your life and you feel inadequate with all those insecurities and sometimes you don’t know who you can turn to, but God is saying ‘my yoke is easy and my burden is light. Come unto me’,” Williams preached.

Though slightly unresponsive at first, the students remained ­attentive as they soaked in the word God had laid on the pastor’s heart on their behalf.

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