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Seek salvation for it is free and gives freedom

Our sins will always be forgiven if we ask for them to be. We do not need to be weighed down by our wrong doings because God is always ready to cleanse our hearts. His Spirit overshadows us, seeps into our beings, and lift us from our heavy burdens. Yes, we will fail every now and then, but God will continue to hold on to us. Forgiveness is available all the time, 24 hours; every day and so too is the Spirit of God.


The love God has for us is so immense that he even gave us his beloved Son to pay the ultimate sacrifice for our sins. With the crucifixion of Christ the barrier of sin that separated God from humanity was broken. Since then those who repent are received into the holy arms of God. Also we are sent out as messengers of God to testify that God’s love is true and everlasting and that he is waiting for us to reconcile with him.


When we repent of our sins we allow Jesus to take control of our lives. We are saved by God not once but constantly and every day. He redirects our lives on the path of goodness, protects us and provides for our every need. We are to lay our burdens on him, rest in him for he is the one who will never fails.


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There is no sin that cannot be forgiven but what is essential that we ask for forgiveness. When we do that we begin to journey with him in joyous holiness. God changes our lives and makes us his messengers in an evil world. When we draw closer to God by putting off sin, we shine brightly with our good woks imitating our Saviour.


Salvation is hard work. It was hard work for Jesus and so it will be hard work for us too. We have to live out the commands of God for this is how our faith will have an impact on the world. We must not be discouraged for we will not be alone in this task. God is there with us acting through his Spirit.


We share in the glory of Jesus when we answer his call to be his disciples. Through this union we enter into the family of God. He implores us to learn more of his magnificence and faithfully follow him.

  • Nikita Billett

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    • We like Jesus' contemporaries, want to reap, that is to enjoy the fruits of the Kingdom of God, namely, social peace, justice and happiness.
      If the Kingdom of God has come and it is already in our midst, that does not mean we are going to enjoy its fruits. The Kingdom of God is where God rules, and God rules where people accept him for what he is, where he can be Father and where his sons and daughters can accept his plan for them.

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