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You are made holy

You might’ve had the embarrassing experience of finding a massive zit on your nose or forehead, the morning of a massively important event? (I totally have.)

Maybe you could let your pimples remind you of the reality that Jesus died and rose again, ‘to present [us] to Himself as a glorious church without a spot or wrinkle or any other blemish.’ He died so that we would be ‘holy and without fault.’ (Ephesians 5:27 – http://bit.ly/2WveXf9)

Pimples will pass. (Eventually.)
God’s love for you never, ever will.

#Godsviewofyou
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100% saved

What must I do to be saved?
What must I do?
How can I earn it?

Though we are completely messed up, the great news is that Jesus didn’t just take some sins away, He took them ALL away and defeated sin and death completely. Nothing stands between you and God, you are 100% restored forever. The proof – He is at the right hand of God (Hebrews 12:2 – http://bit.ly/2LwlzE3) – sitting down, because salvation is done, complete, finished. Nothing more needs to be done. Simply take hold of it and be at peace with Him.

Read Ephesians 2:8-9 (http://bit.ly/2jpgXYf)

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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.

#Easter
#Jesusthug

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!

#Easter
#Jesusthug