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Friday, November 02, 2007
His Precious Blood

   Not with all the value of the indulgences, deeds, sacrifices and offerings of the most famous religions could ever be bought one single, eternal soul for heaven (Mark 8: 36).

 

But the five or six liters of the precious blood that God the Son made man, shed on the cross, dying in our place, were enough to clean potentially the sins of all mankind (Matthew 26: 28 Colossians 1: 14 Hebrews 9: 22 Leviticus 17: 11).

 

"Because the blood of Jesus Christ, His Son, purifies us from all sin " (1 John 1: 17).

 

Nailed on the cross, bleeding for our sins, the Creator of the universe, took upon himself the sins of all (1 Peter 2: 24), " for all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God" (Romans 3: 23), says: "It is finished" (mission accomplished) (John 19: 30).

 

In this way He paid our debt with His precious blood, and he puts at our disposal the reconciliation with God the Father (1 Peter 1: 18-19, Hebrews 10: 10-14, 2 Corinthians 5: 18-19, Romans 5: 9 11, Colossians 1: 20-22).

 

Since then, every person that receives the sacrifice of the Lamb of God (Jesus Christ) as complete and sufficient, God adopts him lovingly as a son, and gives him eternal life in the kingdom of heaven  (John 1: 29 John 1: 12).

 

Maybe you cannot understand so much love from Him, however, it is a fact that " God (the Father) so loved the world, that He gave us His one and only Son (Jesus, God the Son) that whoever (you) believes in Him, shall not perish (in hell), but have eternal life (in heaven)" (John 3: 16).

 

Beloved reader, He opened the doors of heaven for you on the cross of Golgotha! (John 14: 2). Will you stay outside? (Revelation 21: 27) Or will you believe in the word of Jesus? He said: "And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved " (Acts 2: 21).

 

With sincerity, say your own prayer, or pray like this:

 

Lord Jesus, I confess with my mouth that You are the Lord, and I believe in my heart that God raised You from the dead (Romans 10: 9, 10).

 

And I proclaim myself saved by faith, for you said I would be (Ephesians 2: 8, 9). You are God, and you don't lie (Numbers 23: 19).

 

I now that I am a sinner, and I repent and I confess you that I need your salvation and forgiveness (1 John 1: 9) . Please, forgive me and save me. From now I receive you as my personal Saviour and I make you my Lord.

 

My God and my Lord Jesus Christ, thank you for having shed your precious blood and had died for me. I believe that after three days you resurrected for my justification, and later ascended to heaven, where you always intercede for me before the Father (Romans 4: 25 Luke 24: 6, 7, 51 1 Corinthians 15: 3, 4 Hebrews 7: 25) .

 

Please, help me to be faithful until the end. Amen.

 

Read the Bible to be wise, believe it to be saved and practice it to be holy.

Join a Christian church, where the authority is the Bible and Jesus Christ is preached.

 

INTERACTIVE BIBLE, KING JAMES VERSION

http://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/www/Bible/Bible.html


Posted at Friday, November 02, 2007 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

 
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Despise not the day of small things

Growing into greater responsibility

"The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it." Genesis 2:15

Many of us particularly those with some drive and ambition, have certain ideas about what we are good at and could accomplish in the world. We need to realize, however that we do not immediately come into places of position, authority and influence. We have to undergo long periods of trainings and preparation first. This is just as well; power and position without wisdom and humility are potentially dangerous - dangerous not only for others, but also for ourselves.

Moses hat to have some careful retraining in God's school of the desert before he was ready to step onto the stage of history with the great Exodus event. Such retraining is often difficult for us. We find it hasr to accept the gap between what we know we can do and what we have been assigned to do at the present time.

This interim period can lead to a lot of frustration. It causes some to despise the present and grasp for the future, with its hope for position and influence. That, however, is precisely the temptation we need to resist. For despising the present with its more mundane cares and responsibilities. It equipts us for the bigger and better things that lies ahead. We need to grow by endowing our mundane responsibilities with purpose and significance.

Adam and Eve were given the awesome task to 'fill the earth and subdue it' and to rule over the animal kingdom (Gen 1:28). But their apprenticeship for this tadk started by having to care for a garden. What they did or did not achieved there was to have ramification for the execution of the greater task.

Similarly, our vision of those greater things that we can and should do will always be restricted by our obedience in the small things that we need to do now....  


Posted at Tuesday, October 16, 2007 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

 
Sunday, October 14, 2007
Happy Birthday!

Greeting our youngest sister Precious a blessed and a Happy, Happy Birthday!! More to come Gurl!!!


Posted at Sunday, October 14, 2007 by Star-Tariray
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