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Made to live for you
Please turn in your Bibles to Genesis Chapter 1 were are going to look at verses 26,27, and 28. Stop at at and God Blessed them. My bible has commentary to further explain what is going in vs ‘s 26 and 27. You know as I read this I began to think wow we were made in God’s glory. Yet we were born in sin and shapen in inquity. And then we were given another opportunity to live for his glory thru Jesus’ death. However we don’t want to give up the sinful nature. We relish in it. When we can be delivered from sin by accepting Christ as our personal Savior. Another thing I find amazing is that God has to become appealing to a heart he created. Sin is deep and we need to recognize our sinful condition. We have a problem accepting our creator and then wonder why our children turn on us . We say we have to give up to much to live for Jesus and I just not reafy. I have to give up the club scene , I have to give up being promiscuous, I have to give up what I like to eat. I have to make my body a living sacracfice holy and acceptable to God which is my reasonable service. I can’t be conformed to the world but I have to be transformed by the renewing of my mind that I may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. Yes, we quote scriptures because we show up for church and sometimes listen and allow the word of God to speak us and we know it right but it’s still to hard. And we think we can hide the way we live our lives from Jesus. We think we have pulled the wool over Jesus’s eyes because the room is dark or we sent a text or email or we didn’t see any one we knew who would put our business in the street although it Do be deceived . But remember no matter where we go he sees us. He may not enter into some of the places we go but he knows where we are at all times Jesus is never far away. As I close my prayer is that…...

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