Social distancing does not mean Spiritual distancing

Even though we are in the season of social distancing as a result of covid-19, we must not let it divert our attention from the only thing that matters or affect our relationship with God, rather it should draw us closer to Him.

He lives forever

As we celebrate Easter, know that the risen King has fully paid the price for us;

He was forsaken that we might always experience God’s presence.

He was made sin that we might be made His righteousness.

He was punished that we might be forgiven.

He was rejected that we might be accepted.

He was wounded that we might be healed.

He became poor that we might be rich.

He died and rose that we might live.

How can one access these divine blessings?

  • Accept Jesus as your Lord and Saviour, and receive Him into your life (John 1:12)

  • Believe unto righteousness with your heart (Romans 10:10a)

  • Confess with your mouth. With the mouth, confession is made unto
    salvation (Romans 10:10b)

Happy Easter! The Lord make His face shine upon you with favor, and be gracious to you surrounding you with lovingkindness today and always.


Many thanks for dropping by, until next timeBe Still! GOD IS IN CONTROL.

Danny

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