Presentation on theme: "In the end, just as in the original Fairy-tale, love triumphed! For that, all credit goes to the King, and to his Son, the Prince, and to those who."— Presentation transcript:
In the end, just as in the original Fairy-tale, love triumphed! For that, all credit goes to the King, and to his Son, the Prince, and to those who chose to loyally serve them. Africa’s Snow-White was rescued by the Prince, sent by His Father, the King. Yes, they used several dwarves to help, but the real Savior, was the Prince, Jesus Christ; Gods, son! But, its important to realize, that there is nothing uniquely special about the heroine, in this story, for everyone reading it, or listening to it, is just as special to God; just as eligible for salvation, just as worthy of adoption into His family, and long ago, a daring rescue plan was set in place by the King, for the rescue of all of those in danger, all of those who asked for His help. That plan is well chronicled, in the greatest book ever written, the runaway best seller of all time, the Bible! Within it is the greatest love-story ever lived, or told, and the point of entry to understanding, that much, is one little verse! For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, so that all who believed in Him, should not die, but inherit everlasting life! The King sent his only son, the Prince, to the rescue of Africas Snow-White, and He did so knowing full well that His Son would have to die, while saving her, but he sent Him none the less! Realizing this, Africas Snow-White, and her entourage of dwarves, were deeply moved, thankful, stunned; for just when all had seemed lost, when the dwarves were resigned to Snow-Whites demise, lying there, lapsing into a coma from which there was no return, with the queen delighted that her evil plots and schemes had finally paid off, there was just enough life left in Africas Snow-White, to utter these few little words: Please, Lord Jesus, help! and the rest, as they say, is history; in this case, the history of Africas Snow-White; but also, the history of so many people, over the centuries, throughout the world! Though my father and mother forsake me, the Lord will receive me. PS 47:10 Yes, it’s very sad to be disowned by a birth-family, but it happens – and it happened in the original Snow-White fairytale. However, it’s unimaginably sad to lose our Salvation, to be disowned by God, to lose Everlasting life!