Pandemic Flaw



Why is the world in such a mess?    If you do not think it is, you are not paying attention!    The world has always been in a mess, almost since the beginning.   The problem is simple.    We live in a fallen world.    What does that mean?    It means that everyone is flawed.    You’re flawed.    I’m flawed.    We are all flawed.

Eventually all of our imperfections begin to show!    The Bible calls our flawed condition “the sin nature.”   It is in pandemic.   However, there is a cure.   The cure is provided by Jesus Christ who died on the Cross to atone for our sins.    But there’s more.     Atonement has been attained by Jesus, but we have to assist ourselves to the cure.    Two stages:    Repentance and faith.

The Apostle Paul says “repentance toward God and faith in our LORD Jesus Christ;” that’s how you do it!   (Acts 20:21)

Repentance presumes sorrow for our sin, turning away from it (changing) and turning to God.

Faith believes, and trusts.    It believes the Gospel about salvation through Jesus’ death and resurrection.    It is about trust in God to forgive us and give us eternal life.

Paul says that “if you will confess that Jesus is LORD and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”  (Romans 10:9)   That is both easy and hard.

It is easy because we do not work for our salvation.    It is hard because we do not want to confess our flaws and turn from them.     We are too enamored with them.   We enjoy them too much.     It is also hard because confessing that Jesus is LORD means living like He really is your LORD!

Think about it!

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Jerry McCullah has been involved in various prayer ministries since 1993 and is currently pastor of Green Valley Bible Chapel of Green Valley, Ca. As CSBC Prayer Consultant, Jerry McCullah is available to assist churches and associations in the training and development of personal prayer and prayer ministries, through consultations, seminars, concerts of prayer, and prayer revivals. As Impact Prayer International President, Jerry McCullah is able to work across denominational and international borders to do the same. Jerry: God has called me to encourage Christians into a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ; one that is real and personal, which comes through a life of prayer. The world needs praying people! God seeks praying people! I am available to assist your churches in the training and development of a personal prayer life, and church prayer renewal, through seminars, prayer retreats, concerts of prayer, and prayer revivals. My passion is to excite Christians to the possibilities prayer opens up before them. With God all things are possible! Would you give me the honor to work with you to the fulfillment of these words: “Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven . . . deliver us from the evil one” (Matthew 6:10,13)? Let’s schedule something for your precious people! Contact Info: 15724 Calle Hermosa Green Valley, Ca. 91390 661-270-9671

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