No one can forget the scene. On top a hill lifted up on a cross hung wounded and bleeding, Jesus, the Saviour.
You call him a good moral teacher, a divine healer, a worker of miracles or even a revolutionary. But this death he died for all mankind changed it all.
His arms that were stretched out on the cross is the welcome of God to all who would come to him. It is an invitation signed in the blood of his Son Jesus.
No one is excluded. No questions asked about your past. No forms to be filled out. The only condition is that you look to the Crucified One in faith. His innocent blood that flowed from his broken body has purchased your pardon.
“But I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all men to myself.”
— Jesus Christ (John 12:32).