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John's Gospel proclaims that it was written so that we might believe. This prologue to John's Gospel clues us in on exactly what it is that John believes. Who is Jesus? Why did He come?
Often when we hear the word “Salvation” we tend to think of that conversion experience that takes place when we place our faith in the gospel and we are born again. This is true… yet only a part of the picture. I have used the illustration of paying your entrance fee to Disneyland and once inside you take a seat at the nearest bench and spend the day there. You are in but there is so much more to experience. Peter takes us to the “the very much more” aspect of the salvation that we have entered into. It involves things to “put off” like unwanted clothing and essential feeding that we may “grow in respect to salvation.” Pay close attention as you ponder the notes listed at the end of this prayer guide and ask the Lord, “Where do I need to venture into this salvation You have provided to “explore more of this amazing theme park called Salvation!”
Prayer is our lifeline to God. Prayer takes us to the presence of God. Prayers are desired by the Heavenly Father. Pray the prayer of faith. We must Believe!
There is no unrighteousness in God. He is perfect and He is our rock. And we as followers of Christ we need to recognize that we cannot earn it! But by faith for those who believe in Christ are we given righteousness freely and made the righteousness of God!
Abraham and Sarah's relationship with God provides insight and lessons in maintaining our relationship with God.