The Road Through Calvary reconciles us back to God.

The Road Through Calvary reconciles us back to God.

I love family reunions – they are a lot of fun, despite a little drama here and there. It gives us a sense of belonging and a place to call home.

Read Romans 10:9 (http://bit.ly/2r9F0dD)

Our road through Calvary reunited us with God. What a beautiful thing, especially when you come to realise that you need to be reunited with Him. He will not keep you away, He has done everything to make sure that there are no obstacles in the way, all we have to do is believe in Him.

That simple!
I pray that you come to accept that invitation today.

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The Road through Calvary leads us to Eternal Life.

The Road through Calvary leads us to Eternal Life.

Read Mark 16: 5-6 (http://bit.ly/2X5h0XC)

Imagine seeing an angel and then being told that someone you saw die is in fact alive? I don’tknow about you, but it would be too much for me. And that’s the powerful story of Easter isn’t it?

That not only do we mourn what our sins caused (the death of Jesus), but we celebrate that Jesus rose from the dead and because of that we receive the gift of eternal life.
Hallelujah!

As we gather with our families to remember the cross this weekend, let’s get ready to celebrate…
Because Jesus indeed is Risen!

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The Road through Calvary leads to the death of me.

The Road through Calvary leads to the death of me.

Selfies! Me! My world! My life! They’re everywhere right? Messages that life is about us. CS Lewis says, “We are far too easily pleased by the perishing world and when we seek self for answers.”

What a small outlook on life, and very different to what Jesus says.
Read Romans 6:8-11 (http://bit.ly/2X9BNJH)

In the Kingdom, living is dying to self. Letting go of selfish ambition and seeking God’s will for our lives. Jesus was obedient to the point of death. Jesus, through whom we get true life, died so that we could truly live.

Calvary leads to the death of sin in us.

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The Road through Calvary removes our shame.

The Road through Calvary removes our shame.

In the Torah (The law of God as revealed to Moses and recorded in the first 5 books of the Bible), Moses writes that it’s a shameful thing for a man to hang on a tree (See Deuteronomy 21:22-23).

Jesus however did it to take our shame away. Jesus endured public shame in order to free us from whatever private shame we may have. Giving it all to Him. Today as we remember Calvary and what Jesus did for us on the cross, be reminded that in Him we don’t have to be ashamed, because the power of Christ is at work in us.

Read Isaiah 53:3-5 (http://bit.ly/2X7r0ja)

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