Treasure in the Arms of Christ – Matthew 27:1-10

Each day with God is a fresh start because we are forgiven. It can be a great day because Christ the difference maker can turn broken yesterdays into amazing tomorrows. We are all a treasure in the arms of Christ.

As we read in Matthew 27:1-10, the priests and elders of the people came to the decision to put Jesus to death but they lacked authority to execute anyone so they took Jesus to the governor named Pilate. We also read about Judas who was so anguished for betraying innocent Jesus that he hanged himself.

Like Judas, we all regret some actions we’ve taken in our past but the good news for us is that there is a way to fix a broken past by sharing the lessons learned. They become examples of how receiving Christ can change a broken past and turn them into an amazing future.

It’s important to have a plan. I’m thankful that Jesus is God’s plan for us and by accepting Him as Savior, we have taken the steps necessary to make this day with Him amazing! Christ is our bridge to help us cross over; providing a path to follow right now and take us home to victory. At this link: God’s Plan for Us, I go into more detail about this plan.

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3 Responses to Treasure in the Arms of Christ – Matthew 27:1-10

  1. 4mygodsglory says:

    Thanks for stopping by my site! Was reading a few of your posts and like what I see so far. May God bless you as you continue on this journey of reaching out and sharing the beauty of Christ and the power of Salvation!

  2. Pingback: Pilate Washes His Hands of Jesus « The Daily Bible Plan

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