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Our Creator loves us so much, He came to earth as a flesh and blood person called Jesus. He came to us so we could come to Him. Sinful disobedience to God had broken mankind's relationship with Him. This disunity with the Source of Life also caused death and disorder to enter the good world God had made. To end our separation from God, Jesus made a way for us to be free from sin. He did this by sacrificing His own sinless life on a cross for the sins of the world, and by rising from the grave to live forever. Jesus returned to Heaven, but His life-giving Spirit is among us today. He lives inside those that love Him. He's also calling all those in darkness to trust their lives to Him. For only in Him we are free to live in the loving light of God's holy presence, now in this world, and forever in the perfect world which is to come.
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Sometimes the most memorable experiences with the scriptures come from having patterns suddenly stand out to you while you’re reading. For example, did it ever strike you how often the Gospel of John mentions that Jesus said the words “I am”? When Jesus said this, He was usually making a comparison in order to teach people who He is and what He does for them. Look closely at some of these comparisons, and you’ll learn a lot about the Savior.
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The Feast of the Passover commemorates the Israelites’ deliverance from Egypt and includes the eating of unleavened bread. As this celebration drew near, Jesus performed the miracle of feeding the 5,000. Many who saw this miracle followed Him because He had given them food, so He taught them to seek for the food “which endureth unto everlasting life” (John 6:27). He then taught them about manna, reminding them that it came from heaven to feed the Israelites in the wilderness. He declared, “I am the bread of life,” telling them of the spiritual nourishment Heavenly Father sent through Him, as well as the promise of eternal life
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The Vine “I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing” (John 15:5). Jesus compared Himself to the main vine of a grapevine. This main vine not only keeps the whole plant rooted to the ground, but it also nourishes all of the smaller vines, which branch off from it and bear fruit. Jesus Christ is our anchor of hope and our source of spiritual nourishment and growth. Through Him we gain the strength we need to live righteously and perform good works. He is also the foundation of the Church and the source of its authority to preach the gospel and branch out into all the world.
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You have the greatest power in all of existence! And, God loves you beyond anything you can imagine or understand! The Lord Jesus Christ and all of heaven are waiting upon you to call out to Him when you have a need. Psalm 34:17 proclaims, "The righteous cry out, and the LORD hears, And delivers them out of all their troubles." The Lord Jesus Christ will not interfere in your life unless you come or call out to Him. He wants you to acknowledge Him as your Lord and the very power and love of your Life. When you acknowledge Him, you are giving Him the glory and praising Him before all the earth. Psalm 50:15 records one of the Lord's promises: "Call upon Me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify Me." Prayer and praise acknowledges that Jesus Christ is your Lord, Savior and Provider. Many Christians live a life full of prideful self reliance and stubbornness. They never receive anything from the Lord. When you call out and come to the Lord Jesus Christ with a need, you are glorifying Him and lifting up His name to all the earth. He will pour out His power, peace, love upon you and answer your needs! Psalm 34:19 teaches, "Many are the afflictions of the righteous, But the LORD delivers him out of them all."
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The Lord Jesus Christ is so over-abundantly in love with you, that He is at this very moment standing at the throne of heaven interceding for you. Romans 8:34 tells us, Who is he who condemns? It is Christ who died, and furthermore is also risen, who is even at the right hand of God, who also makes intercession for us. God Almighty's greatest desire is for you to love , praise and see Him as your loving heavenly Father! When you set your heart and eyes on God Almighty and the Lord Jesus Christ you will always live in joy, love, peace and His victory. Romans 8:37 states, "Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us."
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