After man had sinned, how did God show His love, and His willingness to forgive?


"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should
not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3: 16.
Note - Inasmuch as God, who is love, who delights in mercy, and who change not, offered pardon and
granted a period of probation to man when he sinned, it is but reasonable to conclude that a like course was
pursued toward the heavenly intelligences who first sinned, and that only those who persisted in sin, and
took their stand in open revolt and rebellion against God and the government of heaven, were finally cast
out of heaven. Rev. 12: 7-9.

How heavy was the burden which rested on His soul on the night of His betrayal?
And how should husbands regard their wives?
Whom does the Lord chasten?
What relation does the Church of Rome sustain to other apostate churches?
What provision has been made so that we may keep God's law?
How is this beast further described?
What did Christ say would be the moral condition of the world just preceding His advent?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle