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The Christian Life is ONLY Jesus Christ

The Christian life is not as complicated as many make it out to be. The Christian life is only Jesus Christ. Once you understand and focus more on your new identity (as a child of God), Jesus takes over through you. Everything then falls in place under Him.

The Holy Spirit now teaches you how to live as God’s child.

The Christian life is only JESUS CHRIST.

When you begin to see life from above (through God’s eyes), you easily flow into the intimate love & grace of God. The following Bible verses from the gospel of Matthew are excellent examples for us to continuously reflect on as we draw nearer into God’s heart of love.

Jesus calls you daily to come into His heart of love and rest so He can take over. Matthew 11:28-30 “Come unto Me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you, and learn of Me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For My yoke is easy, and My burden is light.”

You must reflect daily on these verses. Take them into your heart often so the Holy Spirit can truly make them real.

You will begin to see more clearly & consistently that “The Christian Life Is Only Jesus Christ.”


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3 thoughts on “The Christian Life is ONLY Jesus Christ

  1. I suppose it all comes down to this… when you come to that moment when you realize that you are living something other than Jesus Christ, stop immediately, repent, ask Him to forgive you and give you the ability to get back on track.

    It’s simple and life-altering all at once. (C:

    Imagine what life would be if everyone who named the name of Christ actually departed from evil.

  2. I am so thankful that our God, who is Love, moves me to become more entrenched in the way of His Word, where I get to experience the Fullness of His Grace, and the unending mercy that He brings when I blow it , or step out of His will.. My whole life is built on the Promise of God’s Word, and the actions of the Cross as He came to save me, a sinner, and yet redeemed me , as His perfect Child…. Hallelujah!

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