Puritan Thomas Goodwin – The Heart of Christ in Heaven Towards Sinners on Earth

Puritan Thomas Goodwin – The Heart of Christ in Heaven Towards Sinners on Earth

This is a reading from the Collected Works of Thomas Goodwin. From an article by Mark Herzer: Thomas Goodwin masterfully and almost exhaustively argues that Christ’s disposition, love, tenderness, etc. has not changed in heaven. If He loved while on earth, then He surely loves in heaven. Remember, Jesus beckoned us to come to Him because He is meek and lowly of heart (Mt. 11:28). We must not think that Christ is less concerned and less meek because He has been exalted and removed from us. His nature has not changed even though His estate has.

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