You Can Say You Love the Lord. You can Claim not to Be Religious. But True Religion is to Do The Will Of The Lord – Be Born Again

Published May 2, 2017 on Facebook

By Deborah Negron M.A.

“Una persona puede ir a la iglesia dos veces por día, participar de la cena del Señor, orar en privado lo máximo que pueda, asistir a todos los cultos, oír muchos sermones y leer todos los libros que existen sobre Cristo. Pero aun así, tiene que nacer de nuevo”.— Juan Wesley.

A person can go to church twice a day, participate in the Lord’s supper, pray in private to the maximum of their ability, attend every service,listen to many sermons, read all the books that exist about Christ. Yet, they must still be born again. — John Wesley

Lord let us be more than just hearers of the word.
Let us be doers. Let us be more than church attendees. Let us be the church. Let us serve you after having our lives surrendered to you fully. Leave no stone unturned in our lives.
Allow there to be no darkness found.
Shine the light of your sweet Holy Spirit.
Let us be drawn to conviction, then to repentance and then to true commitment.
Let us not walk the walk, ans talk the talk, without turning away from sin.
Let there be evidence of our faith.
We cannot serve two masters.
We cannot be child re n of light and deal in darkness. We cannot pretend our way in to heaven.
Scripture tells us that whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap.
It tells us that we must repent and accept the forgiveness and gift if salvation. Then the process by the Holy Spirit continues as The Spirit sanctified us day to day.
Let us live out, work out our own salvation by living a life that evidences Christ and His transforming power.
Real believers are surrendered people.
Real believers are cognizant of their great necesito to draw close to the Lord on the daily. We can do nothing on our own. We need to be transformed by the renewing of our minds in Christ Jesus.

Lord, let me be true, faithful and committed to you. Let me be a witness of your grace.
Amen.

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