born again

Transforming Seed

Transforming Seed

1 John 3:9No one who is born of God will continue to sin, because God’s seed remains in them; they cannot go on sinning, because they have been born of God.

Regenerated by God

When we place faith in Christ, we experience new birth by God’s Spirit.

The Holy Spirit takes up residence within, imparting Christ’s resurrection life.

His living presence germinates internally, taking root in our hearts. Our remade desires bear fruit for the Kingdom of God.

No Longer Enslaved

Before knowing Christ, sin easily entangled us. But the Spirit’s seed brings power to resist temptation.

Though we still stumble sometimes, sin no longer chains us.

Growth Takes Time

Our transformation in Christ is a process.

The seed is planted at conversion but takes time to grow. Nurturing spiritual disciplines foster maturity and holiness.

Lord, Grow Your Seed in Me

Lord, thank You for planting Your seed of life within me. I confess that sin still trips me up sometimes. I ask that by the Holy Spirit, Your seed would take deeper root in me, transforming me from within. Nurture holiness in me until Christ is fully formed.

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Heart Transplant

Heart Transplant

Have you ever felt like your heart needed a fresh start?

Like there was something inside you that needed to change? In the book of Ezekiel, there is a powerful promise from God:

“I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will remove your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.” (Ezekiel 36:26)

This promise speaks to the transformative work that God wants to do in your life. It’s not just a superficial change or a temporary fix, but a complete renovation of your heart.

God wants to remove the hardness and stubbornness within and replace it with a heart that is alive and responsive to His leading.

This promise is available to anyone who turns to God in faith. He removes the old, unyielding heart and replaces it with a heart that is soft and pliable in His hands.

It’s a heart that beats with love, compassion, and obedience to God’s will.

If you feel like your heart needs a fresh start, know that God is ready and willing to make that change in you. Trust Him with your heart and allow Him to work in you.

Embrace the promise of Ezekiel 36:26 and experience the joy of a transformed heart that is aligned with the purposes and desires of God.

Posted by onthesolidrock in Daily Inspiration, Faith, Trust