The passage we looked at together on Easter Sunday, 1 Corinthians 15.1-11, teaches us to never forget the Gospel, to see that the resurrection is the crux of our faith, and that the redemptive work of Jesus still has the power to work in your life today. It changed Paul completely, and it will change you too.
What does this mean for you, individual you?
It means redemption from death to life, redemption from the consequence of your sin, redemption from the life you want to leave behind, from whatever is holding you back, is available.
Today, just take a moment to think about what God has changed in your life through His grace, think about how this is available to you only because of the resurrection, and commit to Him that which needs His power to be redeemed.
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Thank you. Tonight I confess my husband and I were curious why everyone wanted to watch The documentary series called “Tiger King”. I am so sorry that I watched it because it’s so evil. I am repentant and thankful for forgiveness. We will not watch it again! Diana