Scripture Verse Of The Week ‘Galatians 3 Verse 26″

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Galatians 3 verse 26:

“For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus”.

A question some might ask, What happens when we become followers of Jesus?

To become followers we must be willing to admit we are sinners, we have all fallen short of the mark we were created for. Acceptance of Christ Jesus comes through repentance. Genuine repentance for missing the mark.

To Good news starts, We are forgiven without exception. Every sin we have committed no matter what it is, how bad it is, is forgiven in the sight of God. Forgiven in the sight of God, but the world may still require a price to be paid.

Jesus took them all onto Himself, and they were nailed to the cross with Him. They  are forgiven and forgotten by God. We are pure in His eyes. We have been given new life In Christ.

We are adopted! We have become a child of God! God has adopted us as His own beloved child. We are members of the Kingdom of God, and nothing can change that.

We have been Justified! The moment we were born again, we received a new nature and were justified in the sight of God. We have written on Justification before, It means ‘just as if we never sinned. An amazing fact God is declaring ungodly people to be perfect in His eyes. Not perfect in ourselves, we are cover by Christ Jesus and walk in His Perfection.

God now see us through the blood of His Perfect Son, and only begotten Son, Christ Jesus, which washed away our sins. We are enveloped in Christ, Christ in us, and us Living in Christ.

The moment we receive Christ Jesus as Our Lord, Our Savior, Our Redeemer and Our Friend, through the Holy Spirit He comes to live in our hearts.

We have new life, new hope, new purpose, new destiny, not to be lived out on our own, but in the continual presence of Our Lord and Our Friend.

God Bless.

OFJ.

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