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Coming to Jesus

Coming to Jesus

Many people are searching for that right man or woman in their life that will save them from the world. Others are searching for assorted worldly things that they tell themselves will then make everything okay. Some people place many other things as their Savior such a beautiful home, a vacation, car, job, a high, another person, items of vanity, financial goals, satisfying others, children growing up, or retirement, etc., rather than following Jesus as a Savior. 

The pride of humans can be so great that some people don't want to admit not only to others that they have accepted Jesus as their Savior, but they don't want to admit it to even themselves. Someone can think that they are skirting Jesus, but they cannot do that for even a momentary time in life. Jesus hasn't gone anywhere. Jesus is connected at all times within the Holy Spirit of God, who is 'everywhere.' Running from Jesus can become exhausting, and it's better just to come home.

Psalm 139:7-8 Whither shall thy go from thy Spirit? of whither shall I flee from thy presence? If I ascend up into heaven, thou are there: if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou are there.

"Father, in the name of Jesus, I surrender my day and my life to you. I repent my sins. Please forgive me. I confess that Jesus is the Son of God and my Savior, rising from the dead. I surrender all aspects of myself and my life to you. Lord, guide me to do your will, to go wherever you want me to go and to do whatever you want me to do for the glory of your eternal Kingdom. I humbly ask you to give me blessings beyond my imagination so that I can use them to give back to you and your children. Amen."

Jesus said in Luke 12:8 Also I say unto you, Whosoever shall confess me before men, him shall the Son of man also confess before the Angels of God: 

John 6:67-68 Then said Jesus unto the twelve, will ye also go away? Then Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou has the words of eternal life.

Written by James Rathman

 

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Wednesday, 03 June 2020