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If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.
1 John 1:9
As we come up to Easter, with this Sunday being Palm Sunday, you can expect more posts here on RCG than normal. This is not just because Easter is a Christian events and being a Christian blog, we are expected to talk about it, but because we (RCG Team) want you to understand what really happened, the evening that Jesus was crucified and what the resurrection means to people all around the world today and back then.
Now you have that to look forward to, I would like to leave you with a thought for today and tomorrow. The Bible verse at the top of this post is all about forgiveness. I personally; along (probably) with many of you, think that this verse is one of the most helpful in the entire Bible.
The verse states that if we (us humans living on Earth), confess our sins (admit to God through prayer, that we have sinned), he is faithful and just (God will remain loyal and fair), and forgive us of our sins and purify us of all our unrighteousness (dishonour and sinfulness).
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As we come up to Easter, I would like to ask you one very simple question. Have you ever thought about the extent of that Jesus did for you, when he died on the cross? He endured pain, suffering and numerous beatings. Jesus didn’t deserve to die, he had lived a perfect live and was God’s only son. But he still dies for us. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son” He chose to send his only son to die. He did it for you. “So that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” – John 3:16.
Joshua Eugene Harris is an American pastor and author, perhaps most widely known as the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye, in which he explains what he believes to be the biblical approach to dating and relationships. You can find his blog here. Joshua Harris has written an amazing short story about a dream he had of a room filled with filing cabinets that contained all the actions of my life, both good and bad. You can view the story in video form below or if you would like to read the whole poem, click on the ‘Continue Reading’ link below.
As we come up to Easter there will be more posts, trying to get you to think about what Jesus really did for you, on that fateful day. However, don’t feel bad if you have never really considered this in great detail and you have just enjoyed Easter Sunday and resurrection. That is fine. But this year, follow RCG to find out more and spend some time, just contemplating what Jesus really did for you.
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After the death of Moses, Joshua was chosen by God to cross the river Jordan with the Israelites and to capture the promised land. Very early in the book of Joshua in the Bible, there is a verse that inspires me every day of my life and reminds me that God is with me during the hard, bad times and the good.
Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”
You might also like to do this, but I like to memorize amazing verses from God’s word like this, so that if I ever have a day when I feel like God has left me, it puts me back on the path of truth and faith.