The Journey with Ron Moore

Because of Jesus, we stand before God forgiven and restored. And Satan, the accuser, is sent on his way.

The author, probably Jeremiah, understands that Babylon was used merely as a human instrument of God’s judgment. Yet through his laments, he wrestles with the ways of God.

All of us sin. All of us stray. And all of us must understand and practice true confession.

My Stronghold: When God is with me, I can stand my ground against the enemy. With God, I never have to retreat.

You’ve surrendered your soul and its salvation to God. You’re eternally committed to him and to his Christ. But that’s not the highest commitment there is. Today, Ron Moore examines the supreme commitment. One that impacts your eternal life and living in the present as well.

Our prayers are not for the alteration of the sun’s pattern, but they involve God’s miraculous work just the same – salvation of a loved one, physical healing, strength to be a good witness through an illness, the determination to resist a temptation or the restoration of a relationship. And the miracle is that the holy God hears and answers our prayers.

Have you seen the Lord’s salvation? Have you experienced the peace that Jesus brings? The little baby Simeon held, grew up and went to the cross to die for your sins. It is only through Jesus that we can have peace with God. I invite you to pray the following prayer and trust in Jesus today.

We all need a Savior to save us from the sins that separate us from God. That’s the eternal salvation that Jesus came to give us! Once our eternal salvation is in place, we can trust Him for the other issues. But we must start with first things first.

God was with John as he grew and “became strong in spirit.”

“The Lord saves.” That’s exactly what Jesus was sent to do. He would do great and powerful things. He would be God in the flesh, “the Son of the Most High.” He would rule as king and His kingdom would be an eternal one.

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