This is the first post in an exciting new series here on RCG. However, before we dive deep in God’s word and uncover incredible, unspeakable promises to us, you get to read this boring introduction post. I’m sorry.
But he answered, “It is written, “‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.'” – Matthew 4:4
Unlike any other series we have had here on RCG, posts in this series will be shorter and uploaded on a weekly basis (every Tuesday morning). This is because we believe that instead of normally providing you with huge amounts of content and pieces of scripture. We want you to be able to read posts in this series in a short space of time, in the morning, before you go to work or school or start the days jobs. Then you will be able to contemplate the verse and meaning/message behind it, how it could affect you.
So, to summarise this series. Posts will be uploaded every Tuesday morning (around 6.00am). They will be fairly short posts analysing a verse from the Bible, with an aim of getting you to think about what it means to you.
If you are still unsure about any aspect of this series, feel free to Contact Us. Also, before you leave, hit the like button, if you are looking forward to and excited about the Bible Verse Tuesday Series.
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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).
Have a great rest of your week, look forward to the second post all about the truth of crucifixion. Also, don’t forget to like this post below, subscribe to receive more posts via email and follow us on Twitter (@rcghub) to receive news of posts here on RCGhub, before anyone else.
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