Sunday, 3 January 2010


Ephesians 1:7 ……. In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God's grace…
Praise God that those of us who know Jesus Christ as our personal Lord and Saviour can enter into this New Year with a clean slate. The blood of Jesus has bought us back from sin and death and we have been redeemed by the grace of God.
The wonderful, good news is that anyone who repents, asks for forgiveness and turns away from their sinful, selfish ways will be forgiven and restored into a living relationship with God our Father, through Jesus His Son in the power of the Holy Spirit.
What a great start to the New Year. What a great start to a whole new life.
All of us want to change in some way, many of us make New Year’s Resolutions and almost all of us break those resolutions before the end of January. We need help to change and God Almighty has made a way. The blood of Jesus can purify us from all unrighteousness. When we meet Jesus at Calvary, He washes us clean, we are born again and we have a completely new start in life.
The Holy Spirit helps us in our weakness and we become progressively stronger as we resolve to follow Jesus.
Even if we sin, there is a way of restoration outlined in 1 John 1:9.
God wants us to succeed, He wants us to be victorious, to be overcomers, to be more than conquerors.
If you are reading this and you are not a Christian, you can become a Christian today. You will be born again as a brand new creation in Christ. If you have strayed away from Jesus you can choose to get back on course by asking His forgiveness. God loves prodigals.
One way or another, today can be the day of a fresh start for you, a completely new beginning in the grace of God.
Lord Jesus, thank you for your blood that still flows from the cross at Calvary. Amen

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