“I Die Daily”

Many forget when they call themselves Christian that they should really follow that master teacher and prophet and be eager to get to know him thoroughly. On the net there is now a new website trying to help people to find out who that man really was and is. “Messiah For All” wants to bring the message of the herald who only for a short time made public proclamations about the Good News of the coming Kingdom of God.
He gave further explanation of what was written in the Hebrew scriptures. Normally those would have been sufficient to understand what we have to do, to be able to come under the wings of the Messiah and be restored to come close to Jesus his heavenly Father.

Having the New Testament we should come to understand fully what we have to do and how our relation has to be between Jesus, God and  and those around us. Making work of that we also shall be able to be transformed by the Words of Jesus and by the Words of God.

Lets Go for them!

Messiah for all 2015 Feb 11

Redbird's Roost

“I affirm, brethren, by the boasting in you which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, I die daily.” I Corinthians 15:31 (NASB)
“I die daily” — born again believers are daily delivered over to death. When we surrender to the Lord Jesus Christ we say by that surrender, “I am dying to the world and coming alive in Christ, to walk in His steps, to share the cross with Him, to lose my life in His service.” In this manner the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ is made manifest in our lives and we become Bibles that are read by men. Humanity’s masses will not read the Scriptures, but they will read your life and mine, and by what they see in our daily life and conduct they will judge the Lord Jesus Christ.

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