Revelation 21:5 (The New King James Version)
5 Then He who sat on the throne said, “Behold, I make all things new.” And He said to me, “Write, for these words are true and faithful.”
We are now in a new year. And while everyone is talking about the “new year” it’s the same old, same old. People are making new resolutions and promises.
Which will lead to new failures and broken promises.
Often then people will just wait till next year to try all over again.
But what if there was something different?
What if I told you about a way to truly change and see the world the way it was intended?
Through the eyes of Jesus Christ.
This world is cursed by sin and the wages of sin is death. We are all flawed and fall short of the Glory of God.
But does God look down on us? Does God hate us?
No, God loves us. He made us in His image and sent His son Jesus to die in our place so we can be reconciled to Him and have eternal life.
When you accept Christ, the Holy Spirit will indwell in you and you can truly change when you live by the Spirit of God.
Not only will you be saved from Hell but you can also be transformed through sanctification. Go see and hear testimonies from people whose entire lives have been changed through Jesus Christ.
Not only can your life be transformed by Jesus now but also there will be a day where He will make all things new. No more pain, no more suffering, no more sin.
But you know what? That is not even the Good News of the Gospel. You see I am sure many people may read this and say, “I’m good. I am fine the way that I am, if I need change I can do it my way. I don’t need Jesus.”
But let me ask you this, does your way get you out of hell?
Because Jesus said He is the Way, the Truth and the Life. That no man comes to the Father except through Him. When you stand before God who is a righteous judge will you attempt to show yourself and your good works as means to save yourself?
A righteous judge can not let you go without justice. But if you accept Jesus’ sacrifice as payment for your sins you will not face hell.
So I ask you to please…
Remember God’s resolution.
Remember God’s promise.
Remember His Word.
And Have a Blessed Week,
There Will Be a Day (Jeremy Camp):