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Mar 28, 2010

In the Father's Will

Your body is beatifically designed by God. He created each molecule and determined the functions and processes that they would engage in. Each one designed to fulfill specific purpose, and all having a specific role to play so that you can be you. Skin, hair, heart, eye, ear, and mouth all have a unique and God given job to fulfill. If the eye decided it was not important and wanted to become a heart, things would not work out so well. Each part must do what it was designed for and exist in harmony with the other parts for your body to function properly.

Jesus Christ was create by God to be the Savior. He is the One that would die as a living sacrifice so that sin would be forgiven. Have you ever wondered what would have happened if Jesus had said no to His Father? Too scary to think about perhaps but the point is a powerful one. You are able to be reconciled to God because Jesus obeyed and did exactly what the Father asked of him. He said "yes" to the will of the Father and I am sure you are thankful that he did!

What about you? Is God asking you to do something, is God tugging at your heart about something, and you know exactly what you need to do but can't? Are you saying "no" when you should be saying "yes" to His divine plan and purpose for your life? Perhaps you are torn and ambivalent about what God is asking of you. Maybe just like the eye that wanted to be a heart, you are trying to fulfill a role or purpose that you were not designed for. Seek the Lord and listen to what is being asked of you. You are his child and have been filled with the Spirit and his goodness so that you can accomplish great things for His Kingdom. This Easter season may you be blessed and may you embrace the life that God desires for you and fulfill your life's purpose in accordance with His will.

" We are Christ's ambassadors. God is using us to speak to you; we beg you, as though Christ himself were here pleading with you, receive the love he offers you - be reconciled to God. For God took the sinless Christ and poured into him our sins. Then in exchange, he poured God's goodness into us."      2 Corinthians 5:20 -21

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