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A Resurrection Awaits

A Resurrection Awaits

As the Apostle Paul defended his position as a follower of Christ before Felix, a government official; he revealed a powerful truth – There will be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked. (Acts 24:15)

Certainty of Resurrection

Paul’s words in this verse reveal his unwavering conviction in the reality of resurrection. For some, this truth brings tremendous hope and assurance of an eternity, for others . . . not so much!

Choices to Make

For those who are known by Christ, and belong to Him; the resurrection of the dead will be a glorious event; one in which we will see Him face to face; and the joy and wonder will be off the charts!

For others however, it will be a frightful and terrifying Day, a day of reckoning for rejecting Christ and living a life for themselves, shunning the evidence of God that has been known to them! Yes, that will be a dreadful Day indeed!

How About You?

Have you made the decision to trust Jesus?

Are you now walking hand and hand with Him?

Is He not only your Lord, but your Best Friend?

Do you have peace in your heart that the resurrection of the dead, will be a Great Day for you?

If you are unsure; may I encourage you to find a quiet spot, sit down, and call out to Jesus, and stay there until you hear from Him. Settle it once and for all; and get ready . . . there is a Glorious Day a coming!!!

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Abundant Provision

Abundant Provision

Have you ever wondered if God is truly for you? If He is willing to go to great lengths to provide for your needs and fulfill His promises? The book of Romans offers us a powerful verse that speaks to God’s unwavering commitment. Romans 8:32 says;

“He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things?”

This verse holds a profound truth about God’s abundant provision and care for His children.

Gift of His Son

The verse reminds us of the ultimate act of sacrifice—God giving up His own Son, Jesus Christ, for our sake.

This selfless act demonstrates the incredible lengths God was willing to go to reconcile us to Himself. It reveals the depth of His love and His desire to bring us into a restored relationship with Him.

If God was willing to offer up His Son on our behalf, there is no doubt that He is deeply committed to our well-being and ultimate salvation.

Assurance of Provision

The verse goes on to assure us that if God did not spare His own Son, He will graciously give us all things. This is a powerful statement of God’s provision and care for His children. It speaks to the abundance of His resources and His willingness to meet our needs.

God’s provision extends far beyond our material needs; it encompasses every aspect of our lives—spiritual, emotional, and relational.

He knows our deepest longings and desires, and He is committed to providing for us in ways that are ultimately for our good and His glory.

God’s Promises

Reflecting on Romans 8:32, it is important to remember that God’s provision is not always about giving us everything we want in the way we expect.

His provision is ultimately rooted in His wisdom and perfect knowledge of what is best for us. Sometimes, what we perceive as a lack or delay in provision may be God’s way of molding and shaping us, teaching us to trust Him more deeply.

We are called to trust in His promises, knowing that He is faithful and His ways are higher than our ways.

Gratitude and Faith

Romans 8:32 invites us to live in a posture of gratitude and faith. We recognize the immeasurable gift of God’s Son and His ongoing provision, and our hearts are filled with gratitude.

We can approach life with confidence, knowing that the same God who sacrificed His Son for us will continue to provide for our needs.

The sacrifice of His Son demonstrated the depth of His love, and we can trust that He will graciously give us all things. Rely on His promises, and live with confidence and experience the abundant life that comes from walking in His will.

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Books are Opened

Books are Opened

In the book of Revelation, we encounter a verse that invites deep reflection on the nature of our ultimate accountability before God. Revelation 20:12 says;

“And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened. Another book was opened, which is the book of life. The dead were judged according to what they had done as recorded in the books.”

Let’s unpack this verse together and explore its implications for our lives.

The Books

The imagery in this verse depicts a scene where books are opened before the throne of God. These books contain records of the deeds and actions of every person.

However, there is also a distinct book mentioned, the Book of Life. The Book of Life represents something different—it contains the names of those who have found salvation and eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ.

While the other books reveal our actions and works, the book of life reminds us that our ultimate hope lies in God’s grace and forgiveness, not in our own merits.

Judgement of Deeds

The dead are judged according to what they had done, as recorded in the books; revealing the reality of divine judgment based on our actions and choices in life.

Our deeds matter, and they have consequences. However, it is important to note that our salvation does not come from our works alone. Rather, our deeds are evidence of the faith; or lack thereof, that resides in our hearts.

Our actions should reflect the transforming power of God’s grace, love, and truth that we have received through Jesus Christ.

Responsibility and Hope

Revelation 20:12 reminds us of our responsibility; we are called to live our lives with a sense of accountability, recognizing that our actions have eternal significance.

Our choices, both big and small, shape our character and influence those around us.

God sees and remembers every act of love, kindness, and justice that we have done in His name. Our labor for His kingdom is not in vain.

Eternal Perspective

As we contemplate the weightiness of this verse, we are called to live with an eternal perspective. It reminds us that our lives on earth are a preparation for the eternal reality that awaits us in Heaven with Christ.

Our actions today have the potential to impact our standing before God in the future. Seek wisdom and guidance from the Holy Spirit to discern how we can live in a way that are in line with God’s purposes and brings glory to His name.

Be motivated by the love of Christ to live lives of righteousness and compassion, knowing that we will one day give an account of how we have used the time and resources entrusted to us.

Finally, Revelation 20:12 serves as a poignant reminder of our ultimate accountability before God.

The books of our deeds testify to our actions, while the Book of Life represents something very different—it contains the names of those who have found salvation and eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ.

As you navigate life’s choices today; live with a sense of responsibility, embracing the hope and transformation that comes from a life surrendered to God. Live with an eternal perspective, allowing your deeds to reflect the love and truth of your Savior, who holds your name in the Book of Life!

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Blessing of Revelation

Blessing of Revelation

Have you ever read a verse in the Bible that made you stop and ponder its meaning? For me, one such verse is Revelation 1:3, which says;

“Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it because the time is near.”

This verse reminds us of the incredible blessing that comes from engaging with the Book of Revelation.

1. Reading Aloud: A Transformative Experience

The verse begins with the phrase, “Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy.”

Reading aloud has a unique power to engage our minds, hearts, and spirits in a transformative way. As we speak the words of Revelation, we immerse ourselves in its rich imagery, prophecies, and teachings.

Our voice gives life to the text, allowing us to internalize its message more deeply. Why not take the time to read them aloud, allowing their truth to resonate within us and those who may be listening in?

Taking to Heart

The verse goes on to say, “Blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it.” It’s not enough to simply read or hear the words; we must also take them to heart.

This means allowing the message of Revelation to shape our beliefs, values, and actions. It calls us to embrace the challenges, warnings, and promises contained within its pages.

When we approach Revelation with an open heart and a desire to understand and apply its teachings, we position ourselves to receive the blessings that come from aligning our lives with God’s purposes.

Imminence of the Time

The verse concludes with the phrase, “because the time is near.” This reminds us that the message of Revelation is not distant or irrelevant but rather speaks directly to our present reality.

It invites us to live with a sense of urgency, knowing that God’s ultimate plan for the world is unfolding before our eyes. As we engage with Revelation, we gain insight into the spiritual battles, triumphs, and challenges that we may encounter in our own lives.

It reassures us that God is in control, even in the midst of chaos, and that His purposes will ultimately prevail.

Revelation 1:3 offers us a glimpse into the profound blessings that come from engaging with this remarkable book. By reading aloud, hearing, and taking to heart its message, we position ourselves to receive the transformative power of its teachings.

Approach the Book Revelation; indeed ALL of SCRIPTURE with reverence, allowing its truths to shape your life and draw you closer to God; for the Great Day of the Lord draws near!

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Freely Give

Freely Give

Matthew 10:8 presents us with a powerful message from Jesus:

Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.

These words encapsulate the essence of generosity and selfless giving.

Receiving and Giving

Jesus reminds us that everything we have, including our talents, resources, and blessings, is a gift from God. We are recipients of His abundant grace, love, and power.

God’s intention is not for us to hoard or cling to these blessings selfishly. Instead, we are called to be channels of His goodness and generosity in the world. Just as we have received freely from God, we are to extend that same spirit of giving to others.

Generosity flows out of a heart that recognizes the abundant blessings we have received and desires to share those blessings with those in need.

Heart of God’s Generosity

When we freely give, we reflect the heart of God. God’s generosity knows no limits. He gave His only Son, Jesus, for the salvation of humanity. God’s love compelled Him to give the greatest gift of all.

As we imitate this divine generosity, we participate in God’s redemptive work in the world. Our giving becomes an act of worship, expressing our gratitude for what God has done for us and our love for others.

It is an opportunity to be vessels of God’s love, grace, and provision, making a tangible difference in the lives of those around us.

As we recognize and appreciate the abundance of God’s blessings in our own lives, may we be inspired to give freely and generously to others. The same deliverance, healing, forgiveness, and hope God gave us; we are to freely give to others!

May your life be marked by the joy of giving, as yopu embrace the call to freely give what you have received.

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Not Ashamed

Not Ashamed

Mark 8:38 presents us with a powerful challenge from Jesus:

“If anyone is ashamed of me and my words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Man will be ashamed of them when he comes in his Father’s glory with the holy angels.”

These words call us to examine the depth of our commitment to Christ and the implications of embracing or rejecting Him.

Shame or Glory

Jesus’ statement highlights the weightiness of our response to Him. If we shrink back from identifying with Christ or feel ashamed of His words, we risk missing out on the fullness of His glory.

Conversely, when we boldly embrace Jesus, obey His teachings, and proclaim Him as Lord, we position ourselves to share in His future glory. Our response in this present age has eternal implications.

Will we prioritize the acceptance and approval of the world, or will we stand firm in our commitment to Jesus, regardless of the opposition we may face?

Living Unashamedly for Christ

To live unashamedly for Christ means embracing the cross, willingly taking up the call to follow Him. It involves a wholehearted commitment that permeates every area of our lives.

When we identify with Jesus and His teachings, we acknowledge Him as the true source of life, love, and salvation. We become willing participants in His mission to bring redemption and hope to a broken world.

Living unashamedly for Christ requires courage, steadfastness, and a willingness to prioritize His kingdom above all else. It is a daily surrender of our will to His, trusting that His ways are higher and His purposes are worth pursuing.

Mark 8:38 challenges us to evaluate our commitment to Jesus. Will we be ashamed of Him and His words, conforming to the patterns of this world? Or will we wholeheartedly embrace Him, even when it means standing against the prevailing culture?

Your response matters, both in this present age and for eternity. Choose today to live unashamedly for Christ, embracing the cross and following Him with courage and conviction.

You can rest assured; living your life, unashamed of Jesus, that Jesus will not be ashamed of you but will welcome you into His glorious presence when He comes again.

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His Words

His Words

In John 12:48, Jesus says,

“There is a judge for the one who rejects me and does not accept my words; the very words I have spoken will condemn them at the last day.”

These words challenge us to consider the weight and significance of Jesus’ teachings in our lives.

Authority of Jesus’ Words

Jesus emphasizes that His words hold immense authority and significance. He is not merely a wise teacher or a prophet but the very embodiment of truth and the divine Son of God.

When we reject His words or choose not to accept them, we place ourselves in a position of judgment. Jesus’ words are not just ordinary teachings; they are words of eternal life and salvation.

They reveal God’s plan for humanity, offer guidance for righteous living, and point us toward the path of reconciliation with God.

Words of Life

To accept Jesus’ words means more than just intellectual agreement; it calls for wholehearted obedience and a transformed life.

Living by His words involves surrendering our will to His authority; bringing our thoughts and actions in line with His teachings, and seeking to cultivate a deep relationship with Him.

As we live in accordance with Jesus’ words, we experience the blessings of His grace, the power of His Spirit, and the hope of eternal life. Our lives become a testimony to the transformative power of His words, and our obedience becomes an act of worship and gratitude.

Divine Authority

The words of Jesus are not to be taken lightly or casually dismissed. They carry divine authority and have the power to shape our eternal destiny.

Cherish His words, not only as insightful teachings but as the very essence of life and truth. Seek to understand His teachings, internalize them in your heart, and allow them to guide your every thought, word, and action.

By living Jesus’ words, you participate in the abundant life He offers and find assurance of your standing before Him on the last day.

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Dust to Dust

Dust to Dust

Have you ever stopped to ponder the brevity of life?

In Genesis 3:19, we find a profound truth that reminds us of our mortal nature:

“By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.”

This verse serves as a reminder that our existence on this earth is temporary and that one day we will return to the very dust from which we were formed.

Humility of our Origins

When God created humanity, He formed us from the dust of the ground and breathed His life into us, giving us a unique place in His creation. Yet, this verse from Genesis reminds us of our humble origins. We were not created to be above the earth or separate from it, but rather to be connected to it.

Our lives are a constant reminder of our dependence on God and the humbling reality; physically speaking, we are finite.

Embracing the Temporal

Our time on this earth is limited, and rather than being disheartened by this truth, we can find a profound sense of purpose and meaning in it. It compels us to prioritize what truly matters, to invest in relationships, and to make a positive impact during our brief sojourn.

Knowing that our lives are like a fleeting mist, we are encouraged to live intentionally, seeking to love and serve others, and to leave a lasting legacy.

Hope of Resurrection

While Genesis 3:19 emphasizes the reality of our mortality, it does not leave us without hope. As believers, we find comfort in the promise of resurrection and eternal life through Jesus Christ.

Though our bodies may return to dust, our spirits will live on. In 1 Corinthians 15:42-44, the apostle Paul speaks of the transformation that awaits us:

“The body that is sown is perishable, it is raised imperishable; it is sown in dishonor, it is raised in glory; it is sown in weakness, it is raised in power.”

This hope assures us that the end of our earthly journey is not the end of our story. We look forward to a glorious resurrection, where we will be reunited with God and experience everlasting life.

As you contemplate the profound wisdom found in Genesis 3:19, and as you navigate the brevity of life, embrace your humble origins, live with intentionality, and find hope in the promise of resurrection.

Remember, it is not in the length of our days that our true significance lies, but in how we embrace and steward the time we are given.

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Acts 10:43 declares the crucial message of salvation through Jesus Christ, affirming that everyone who believes in Him receives forgiveness of sins:

“All the prophets testify about him that everyone who believes in him receives forgiveness of sins through his name.”

This verse highlights the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies; emphasizing the nature of salvation through faith in Jesus. It reminds us that Jesus is the long-awaited Messiah who brings forgiveness, reconciliation, and eternal life to all who place their trust in Him.

Testimony of the Prophets

The message of salvation through Jesus is not a novel idea but is rooted in the testimony of the prophets in the Old Testament.

The prophets foretold the coming of the Messiah, describing His redemptive work and the forgiveness of sins that would be available through Him.

Their words pointed to Jesus as the fulfillment of these prophecies. This highlights the unity and continuity of God’s plan of salvation throughout history, as revealed through the Scriptures. The testimony of the prophets serve to strengthen our confidence in the truth and reliability of the gospel message.

Accessibility of Salvation

The salvation offered through Jesus is not limited to a specific group or ethnicity but is available to all people, regardless of their background or social status.

It is a message of grace, extending the invitation of salvation to every individual, revealing the breadth of God’s love and His desire for all to be reconciled to Him through faith in Jesus.

It encourages us to share this message of hope and forgiveness with others, knowing that salvation is available to everyone who believes.

Forgiveness of Sins

Sin separates us from God and carries the penalty of spiritual death. However, through His sacrificial death on the cross and resurrection, Jesus provided the means for forgiveness and reconciliation with God.

When we believe in Him and confess our sins, His Name becomes the doorway to forgiveness and restoration. This forgiveness is not based on our own efforts or merit but is a gift of God’s grace, received through faith. It sets us free from the burden of guilt and offers us new life and a restored relationship with Him.

Salvation is found in Jesus Christ alone; recognize the fulfillment of prophecy in His coming, as testified by the prophets.

Proclaim this message of forgiveness and reconciliation to all, knowing that salvation is available to everyone who believes in Jesus.

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Sign of the Son of Man

Sign of the Son of Man

Matthew 24:30 speaks of a future event when Jesus will return in power and glory:

“Then will appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven. And then all the peoples of the earth will mourn when they see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory.”

This verse paints a vivid picture of the grandeur and majesty of Christ’s second coming, emphasizing that it will be a visible and unmistakable event for all to witness.

It reminds us of the hope we have in Christ’s ultimate victory and the fulfillment of God’s promises.

The imagery used in this verse conveys a sense of awe and anticipation. It points to the culmination of God’s plan for redemption and the establishment of His eternal kingdom.

As believers, we are called to live in light of this future reality, knowing that our lives are part of a larger narrative that God is unfolding.

It encourages us to fix our gaze on Jesus, eagerly awaiting His return and remaining faithful in our devotion to Him.

In the midst of a world filled with uncertainty and turmoil, Matthew 24:30 reminds us to hold on to our hope in Christ’s return.

It reminds us that despite the challenges we face, God is ultimately in control and will bring about the fulfillment of His purposes.

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In the midst of life’s challenges and uncertainties, we often find ourselves searching for guidance and direction. Jeremiah 6:16 offers us a powerful invitation:

“Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls . . . ”

This verse reminds us of the importance of seeking wisdom from the past, of looking to the time-tested truths that have guided God’s people throughout history.

When Jeremiah speaks of standing at the crossroads, he is highlighting the critical moment of decision-making in our lives.

It is in those moments of uncertainty and choice that we are invited to pause and seek the ancient paths, the good way that God has set before us.

This requires humility and a willingness to learn from those who have gone before us, to draw from the wells of wisdom found in Scripture and the traditions of our faith.

As we walk in the good way, we discover not only direction but also rest for our souls. Following the path that God has laid out for us brings a sense of peace and fulfillment. It is a path that aligns with His perfect will and leads us closer to Him.

The ancient paths remind us of the enduring truths and values that have stood the test of time, offering us guidance and grounding in a world that often feels chaotic and uncertain.

Take to heart the invitation of Jeremiah 6:16. In your search for meaning and direction, do not be swayed by the ever-changing trends and opinions of the world.

Instead, stand at the crossroads, seek the ancient paths, and walk in the good way that God has laid before you.

As you do so, you will find rest for your soul and discover the timeless truths that bring wisdom, joy, and a deepening relationship with our Creator.

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First Fruits

First Fruits

Every good thing we experience in life comes from a source of unwavering goodness. James 1:18 reminds us of this truth, saying,

“He chose to give us birth through the word of truth, that we might be a kind of first-fruits of all he created.”

This verse speaks to the generous nature of God, who desires to bring forth new life within us and bless us with every good and perfect gift.

When James speaks of being “born through the word of truth,” he is highlighting the transformative power of God’s Word in our lives.

It is through the message of truth found in the Scriptures that we encounter the life-giving power of Jesus, leading to a new birth and a transformed existence.

God’s Word has the ability to bring forth spiritual life within us, enabling us to become a reflection of His goodness and a testimony of His grace.

As we reflect on James 1:18, we are reminded of the faithfulness of God to create and sustain us. He is the source of all life, both physical and spiritual, and every good thing we enjoy is a reflection of His loving provision.

We are called to recognize and acknowledge the source of these blessings, offering gratitude and praise to the One who has given us new life and showered us with His abundant grace.

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Have you encountered seasons of pain, sorrow, and rejection?

In Isaiah 53:3, we find a profound description of the suffering servant, who is none other than Jesus Christ Himself. The verse says,

“He was despised and rejected by mankind,
    a man of suffering, and familiar with pain.
Like one from whom people hide their faces
    he was despised, and we held him in low esteem”

These words remind us of the depth of Jesus’ sacrificial love and His willingness to enter into our human experience, including the most painful aspects of it.

As we contemplate Isaiah 53:3, we are invited to reflect on the significance of Jesus’ suffering and rejection.

In a world that often values success, popularity, and self-preservation, Jesus chose to identify with the brokenness of humanity.

He willingly embraced rejection and endured immense suffering for the sake of our redemption. This reveals the extent of His love for us and His commitment to reconcile us to God.

The suffering and rejection Jesus experienced serve as a reminder that we are not alone in our own struggles. He understands our pain and walks with us through the darkest valleys of life.

His example challenges us to respond to suffering and rejection with grace and compassion.

Just as Jesus extended love and forgiveness to those who rejected Him, we are called to imitate His character by loving others, even when it is difficult.

In moments when you feel despised or rejected, find comfort in knowing that Jesus intimately understands your pain.

He is the compassionate Savior who suffered for your sake and offers healing and restoration. Draw near to Him, seeking solace and strength, and may His example inspire you to love others with the same selflessness and grace that He has shown you.

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The First and Last

The First and Last

There are moments in our lives when we find ourselves searching for something or someone to hold onto, especially in times of uncertainty and confusion.

In Isaiah 44:6, we encounter a powerful declaration from the Lord Himself:

“This is what the Lord says— Israel’s King and Redeemer, the Lord Almighty: I am the first and I am the last; apart from me there is no God.”

These words remind us of God’s absolute sovereignty and His unique position as the one true God.

In a world where we are constantly bombarded with competing ideologies and countless options for worship, it is comforting to know that there is only one God who stands above all.

The Lord proclaims Himself as the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. He is the eternal and unchanging source of all existence, and there is no one and nothing that can compare to Him.

This verse invites us to reflect on our own lives and consider what or who we have placed at the center.

Are we seeking fulfillment and meaning in worldly pursuits or false idols, or are we recognizing God as the ultimate source of our identity and purpose?

As you embrace the truth of Isaiah 44:6, turn your heart and mind towards the one true God, acknowledging His unmatched power, wisdom, and love. He alone deserves your devotion and worship.

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We all long for a world where peace reigns and justice prevails.

The prophet Isaiah paints a beautiful picture of such a future in Isaiah 2:2.

“In the last days the mountain of the Lord’s temple will be established as the highest of the mountains; it will be exalted above the hills, and all nations will stream to it.”

Though written thousands of years ago, these words continue to inspire and give hope to those who read them.

Isaiah speaks of a time when the mountain of the Lord’s house will be established as the highest of all mountains.

This imagery symbolizes the exalted position of God’s kingdom, representing His authority and rule over all creation.

It’s a vision of a world where God’s presence is tangible and His ways guide every aspect of life.

The prophet also declares that people from all nations will stream to this mountain, seeking to learn from God and walk in His paths.

A powerful image of unity and harmony, where diverse cultures and backgrounds come together under the banner of God’s truth.

As we reflect on Isaiah 2:2, let us be reminded that this vision is not just a distant dream, but a reality that God is actively working to bring about.

It is a call for us to align our lives with His ways and participate in the building of His kingdom here and now.

Seek to live in accordance with His truth, inviting others to join us on this journey of faith, and eagerly anticipating the day when God’s reign of peace and justice will fully manifest.

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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.

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