HOW DO YOU REMEMBER THE DEATH AND RESSURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST?—(3 MINUTES READ).

Our connectivity with divinity is marred, mauled and destroyed when we are grossly enmeshed in sin.Our relationship with God suffers setback when sin is in place.

 

God stays off when we spend our life wallowing in iniquity.

 

 

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The presence of God in our life simply connites the presence of grace.When God stays off,grace simply stays off.Likewise when sin stays,grace leaves.The enemy of grace is sin.Sin and grace cannot be yoked together by any standard,principle,idealogy and philosophy.

 

When one stays,the other must leave or disappear—Romans 6 vs 1-23.

 

Just as darkness fizzle out when light appears, grace also disappear when sin appears.

 

The rememberance of the death and ressurrection of Jesus Christ is incomplete without the desire to live a righteous life.The purpose of celebrating Easter is to give all mankind grace to overcome the stronghold of sin through salvation.

 

A meaningful Easter will be obtainable when you take your mind away from the celebration and focus your eyes on the grace offered by redemption through the death and ressurrection of Jesus Christ.

 

This the right moment to ask God fpr grace to overvcome sin.Many people celebrate the remembrance of the death and ressurection of Jesus Christ but few desire understanding and adhering to the purpose of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day.

 

God desired that we are holy just as HE is holy.

 

 

 

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A complete and meaningful Easter celebration is exhibited by asking God for forgiveness which is expressed by livung a sanctified life.

 

Remember failure flourishes when grace founders.

 

Tag:

 

#Easter#

 

#Ressurrection#

 

#Celebartion#

 

Ref:

 

http://www.fotor.com

 

http://unsplash.com

 

©Wordsmith Scribe 2018.

 

©Fadeyi Felix Femi

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