A New Birth

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I am reminded of a period when all the agonies that afflict modern minds were felt by another generation, the young people who lived during the first century after Christ. They too sought change, but they directed their efforts at individuals, not at the Roman Empire, not at City Hall. And eventually the whole social and political structure felt their impact. In short, those renewed men and women became filled with a unique dynamic force.

Today this same force is available to all people. Over the centuries it has worked in the lives of millions. I personally have seen thousands of people changed. Jesus called it “a new birth.” The Scripture tells us that you need not continue as you are. You can become a new person. Whatever your hang-up—guilt, anxiety, fear, hatred—God can handle it.

Prayer for the day

I delight in knowing, Lord Jesus, that there is nothing in my life that is incapable of being changed through Your redemptive power.

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  1. Ephrem says:

    The change we seek is found in Christ’s Spirit-active, perfect and diacritical death on the cross exactly as postdated. (John 3: 14-15; 19: 34-37)

  2. Akudugu Moses says:

    Thank God.Please remember me in your prayers to grow in faith.

  3. Bill phillips says:

    Since becoming a Christian the one thing I know is I am not alone. Jesus is always with me no matter what I am going through. Thank you Jesus.

  4. Emmanuel Paul Mayowa Mayowa says:

    Looking forward to having a life time experience with you…..

  5. tioluwalope seun says:

    Lord help me to lift up the banner for Jesus till the end IJN.Amen