And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both the soul and the body in hell (Matthew 10:28).
Trust in the Lord for we are God’s children through our acceptance and love for his son, Jesus. But, as we draw closer to Jesus and choose to trust in him, the world turns against us.
“Yo! Hey, buddy, move!” Maybe, you know the look. The look is a mix of “pity for the poor soul that knows no better” and “whenever you’re ready, you could maybe wake up and step two paces to one side?”
When we move forward in faith, we can see God’s promise, the promise the Israelites missed, the real promised land in the presence of God, our Father, His Son, Jesus, and forever with the Spirit of God. We have the same promise as they. But we can see it more clearly when we turn around and walk.
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“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11, NIV).
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Jesus is God, walking the walk alongside us, to show us the way. And in this way proved to everyone watching that God is good to His Word and willing to walk the talk to lead us home.
The Christmas story begins with an Angel terrifying a young girl when he pops into the room and informs her of God’s choice.
Why won’t God allow us to change our past? If we are a new creation, there is no past for which God would exercise his power to change.