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Strenghten your faith. Remain resolute in your deep love and consecration of your spirit, soul, and body to Jesus. Connect with other Christians to bless and be blessed.

Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.  John 12:24

Walking in God’s plan requires death to our flesh. Something must die for something to live. Jesus Christ died so that you and I now possess life, and have it more abundantly.

Yes, Jesus rose… but first He died.

Through these 26 years of ministry, I learned that as seasons change in our lives, we must be willing to allow ourselves to die to things that no longer serve God’s plan or purpose. That is usually easier said than done, but necessary to live fully.

Some relationships must die. Many that start with you, won’t stay with you. Some positions had to die. Where God has you at one season is not where you will always remain; growth is the key.

Some ideas and ideologies have to die. God is God of now as well as the past and the future. You can’t get stuck in “tradition” and “religion” if you’re going to serve His plans.

I had to die to my way of doing things…my plans. It’s not about what I want. It’s about what is God’s will in the moment. Knowing that all things are working out for our good is powerful to know, but being in His will is where God gets things done through you in the earth. It’s a win-win blessing!

Galatians 2:20 shared it this way:  I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.

In dying to the flesh, we live abundantly, according to God’s divine design for us. It is the greatest decision of your life! In this death, we have not only gained an awesome life eternal, but also a beautiful life here in the earth.

This upcoming week of March 27, 2023 , join us in daily devotion and journaling through the chapters of I John

Be blessed!









God lovingly redeemed us from sin and death to live in grace and to have hope.
Everyday, His mercies are renewed and His faithfulness remains forever.


We live in a culture of crisis all around the world but God gives
us hope to live in a kingdom-culture of celebration

through a new life in Jesus Christ our Lord who delivers us from daily crisis.

 

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