New Creation

If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new. – 2 Corinthians 5:17

God created Earth for us and reigns over it but since Adam and Eve, Satan gained a foothold. Everyone has shortcomings but by repenting and accepting God’s plan of redemption, anyone can become a new creation.

The ending of the Book of Job is a happy one as brought out in “Put Faith into Practice”. Job repents and his life turns around as he reunites with his wife, he has more children, his friends help him, and God blesses him with twice as much wealth as he had before.

So this day with God, let us do the same by starting each day with prayer trying to determine our specific purpose, writing out goals to meet this purpose, and giving God the glory by applying our faith towards attainment of these goals.

Our hearts and minds will then be prepared to fulfill God’s Plan for Us. We can reflect on the past and step ahead using our experiences to build on this plan as we apply our faith in our life.

Let’s start with the song In Jesus Name (God of Possible) by Katy Nichole and put into practice what the song says by starting with a prayer of revival and restoration. Praying for a breakthrough and that circumstances will change.

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1 Response to New Creation

  1. Amen! “Our hearts and minds will then be prepared to fulfill God’s Plan for Us.” May we all focus on the will of God today!

    Blessings.

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