You are busy analyzing the Scriptures.

by | Apr 8, 2020

You are busy analyzing the Scriptures.
“You are busy analyzing the Scriptures, frantically poring over them in hopes of gaining eternal life. Everything you read points to me, yet you still refuse to come to me so I can give you the life you’re looking for—eternal life!” John 5:39-40TPT
Religion always like to analyze the scriptures leaving out the critical subject of the Savior 
Jesus Christ’s life and purpose is to redeem man through the path of the Cross. 
In a few days, the whole world will celebrate Easter, which is about His Death and Resurrection. 
Many would love to have Christ without the Cross. 
The Cross involves being able to say as Jesus did :
“… for the ruler of this dark world is coming. But he has no power over me, for he has nothing to use against me. I am doing exactly what the Father destined for me to accomplish so that the world will discover how much I love my Father. Now come with me.”John‬ ‭14:30-31 ‭TPT‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
How is your personal relationship with God?
Can you say like Jesus did that the enemy has nothing to use against you?
Are you doing exactly what the Father has instructed you to do?
”from Issachar, men who understood the times and knew what Israel should do.” 1 Chronicles 12:32 NIV‬‬‬‬
Yes, we are in the end times. Antichrist is at work, but bigger and better, the Holy Spirit is also working and always ahead. 
Are you ready for the Rapture?
Vaccine or No vaccine can you live in Divine Health as Jesus provided?
Are you able to say like Paul that God can supply all your needs regardless of the economic system? (Philippians 4:19)
It’s not time to panic; that’s never God’s way.
Stop engaging in endless debate on social media, analyzing back and forth. 
”…Jesus said, “I was born a King, and I have come into this world to prove what truth really is. And everyone who loves the truth will receive my words.” John 18:37 TPT
 Remember the Truth and the Power in  the Death and Resurrection of the Savior 


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