The A.C.E. program helps churches and parents accomplish The Forgotten Biblical Mandate given to us by God in the Holy Scriptures. A.C.E.'s PACE (Packet of Acelerated Christian Education) system has been tried and proven to be very effective in providing all the basic academic disciplines as well as instilling Godly character into the lives of students. The reasons why the A.C.E. program works can be summarized in these Seven Key Foundational Concepts:
But if the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through His Spirit who dwells in you. - Romans 8:11
In the event that you have been feeling drained and frail in your body, what you need is for the Holy Spirit in you to offer life to your human body a similar way He raised Christ from the dead!
See the above verse. The principal thing I need you to find in this verse is the way God, the Holy Spirit and Jesus are referenced not once however twice here. My friend, this discloses to you that every one of the three people of the Godhead are doubly keen on offering life to your human body!
However, how would we get an increase in revival life from the Holy Spirit? How would we get the existence of God that will drive out that stubborn COVID-19, beating migraine or ongoing depression? The appropriate response lies in the previous verse: "And if Christ is in you, the body is dead a result of wrongdoing, yet the Spirit is life in light of exemplary nature" (Romans 8:10). Notice how it says that the Spirit is life in light of exemplary nature. At the end of the day, life has something to do with righteousness.
My friend, the more cognizant you are of your righteousness in Christ, the more life streams into your human body. So restore your brain with scriptural realities about your exemplary nature in Christ. Continue to tune in to lessons that advise you that your righteousness is a blessing and that you are righteous apart from your works. Ruminate over sacred texts about your righteousness in Christ. The more righteousness cognizant you are, the more life from the Spirit contacts and enlivens your body! Jesus resurrection is yours too and it has come! Declare, I AM THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD IN CHRIST JESUS! Amen.
The wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23), and all by ourselves, we have no real way to get away from the discipline for sins. Without Christ, we had a single direction pass to eternal separation from God.
Nonetheless, our God is a decent God, and our God is love (1 John 4:8, 16). What's more, since He adores us so much, He Himself gave an exit from damnation (Matthew 5 and Mark 9) and into never-ending life (John 3:16).
So God sent His own dearest Son Jesus Christ to have our spot on the cross, to bear the full weight of God's fierceness and discipline for every one of our transgressions on His own body, and to die our death. Just Jesus Christ, the ideal and immaculate Son of God (Hebrews 4:15), can completely fulfill the honorable requests of God's sacredness in installment for our wrongdoings.
Thus, it is just through our faith in Jesus and His perfect completed work that we can be saved, venture strikingly into the presence of our wonderful Father (Hebrews 4:16), and anticipate bountiful life on earth (John 10:10) and a beautiful future in paradise. There could be no alternate method to be saved separated from settling on a choice to acknowledge how Jesus has saved you. (Acts 4:12)
Salvation is a gift from God, and comes through trusting in Jesus and Jesus alone. In John 14:6, the Bible reveals to us obviously that Christ is the only way to God and everlasting life, and in Romans 10:9–11, the Bible discloses to us how to be saved and have eternal life: Believe in our souls that Jesus kicked the bucket for our transgressions and was raised from the grave, and admit with our mouths that He is our Lord and Savior. To acknowledge Christ into your life and be saved, kindly say this salvation prayer.
"Gracious Heavenly Father, thank You for Your affection for me, for sending Jesus Christ to die on the cross for every one of my wrongdoings. His valuable blood washes me clean. You raised Him from the dead. He's alive today. Furthermore, I thank You every one of my wrongdoings are excused. I'm washed by the blood. I'm under God's grace. What's more, I thank You Father that definitely goodness and mercy will follow me every one of the times of my life from this day forward. In Jesus' name, Amen."
But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Much more then, having now been justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him. - Romans 5:8–9
God is a God of pardoning. He knows you consummately and still loves you impeccably. We are captives to the possibility that in the event that somebody sees our blemishes, they will not cherish us any longer. Indeed, while that might be valid in human connections, God isn't that way.
God sees every one of our defects, failings, and imperfections on Jesus at the cross. Our transgressions and grotesqueness don't turn Him off. Truth be told, to Him they are events to show His beauty and pardoning through the blood of His Son, who has taken out the entirety of our transgressions adequately at Calvary.
So don't be humiliated about your blemishes, missteps, and defects. God knows your shortcomings better than you do, and He adores you nevertheless. His Word advises us that Jesus isn't somebody "who can't feel for our shortcomings." Instead, Jesus was enticed altogether focuses, yet He was without wrongdoing (Heb. 4:15). He sees each enticement and each preliminary that you are going through. He isn't baffled with you, and He isn't sitting tight for you to satisfy a bunch of customs before He pardons and loves you. The Bible says, "Yet God shows His own affection toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ passed on for us. Substantially more at that point, having now been advocated by His blood, we will be saved from anger through Him" (Rom. 5:8–9).
Did you get that? When did God cherish you?
Truth be told, when you were as yet a miscreant. Before you even knew Him, when you were as yet in transgression, He previously cherished you. The amount all the more today, when you have been purged by Jesus' blood and made honest! Having gotten Jesus' nobility, you are honorable until the end of time. In any event, when you fall into wrongdoing, your transgressions don't make you a sinner once more.
At the point when you miss the mark today, you are as yet the honorableness of God. This is on the grounds that your exemplary nature comes from Jesus. Similarly that a delightful butterfly can't transform once again into a caterpillar, whenever you have been made upright by the blood of Jesus, you can't transform once more into a sinner. Knowing your upright character in Him at that point enables you to defeat each wrongdoing, each dependence, and each unfortunate propensity!
And you, being dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, He has made alive together with Him, having forgiven you all trespasses. - Colossians 2:13
You won't ever be certain that you have God's ridiculous kindness on the off chance that you don't know whether God has pardoned you of your wrongdoings. Darling, I need you to realize that your wrongdoings are excused not as per the wealth of your benevolent acts, however as per the wealth of God's elegance (outlandish kindness). Every one of your transgressions—past, present and future—have been pardoned. Try not to draw a course of events of God's absolution of your wrongdoings. There are a few Christians who accept that the pardoning they got ranges just from the day they were brought into the world to the day they became Christians. Starting there onwards, they imagine that they need to proceed cautiously on the off chance that they lose their salvation. This conviction is just unscriptural. Colossians 2:13 states obviously that we have been pardoned of every one of our wrongdoings.
Does "all" mean exactly the same thing to you as it does to me? My Bible says that every one of our wrongdoings have been pardoned by Jesus' one penance on the cross. We have been pardoned unequivocally! The devout ministers in the old contract had to bringing to the table penances for sins every day. Be that as it may, Jesus, our ideal new agreement High Priest, offered the total, amazing penance "once for all when He presented Himself" (Hebrews 7:27). On the cross, He took upon Himself every one of the wrongdoings that you will carry out in the course of your life, and once at all paid the full cost for every one of your transgressions. Christ shouldn't be executed again for your future sins. Truth be told, every one of your wrongdoings were later on when He kicked the bucket on the cross. So when you got Jesus into your heart, ALL your wrongdoings were totally pardoned!
Since you realize that your wrongdoing obligation has been totally cleared and settled by Jesus for your benefit, don't anticipate that God should manage you as indicated by your transgressions. When something negative occurs, don't envision that God is coming after you due to what you did before. All things considered, trust God and hope to appreciate the advantages of the weighty value Jesus paid at the cross for you. We didn't plant anything great, yet through Jesus, we have procured each great gift. That, old buddy, is called ridiculous courtesy. Furthermore, you honor how He has helped you by expressing gratitude toward Him and anticipating that these blessings should show in your life consistently.
…“Their sins and their lawless deeds I will remember no more.”
Here’s what I can tell you, however you understand it I would say that Hebrews 10:17 is uplifting news. God sees every one of our transgressions—past, present and future—and says, "Your wrongdoings I recall no more!" The words "no more" are a solid twofold negative in the first Greek book. As such, God is saying, "Your wrongdoings I will in no way, shape or form at any point recollect!"
Has God settled for the easiest option? No, He is still totally holy. He recollected every one of our transgressions—2,000 years prior at the cross. Each wrongdoing which we have perpetrated or will carry out has been rebuffed to the full in the assortment of Jesus Christ at the cross. That is the reason today, God recollects our transgressions no more. We ought to, hence, not be sin-cognizant.
Each time we feel denounced for our previous oversights, God needs us to recollect the cross and say, "Lord Jesus, you were condemned for this transgression I submitted. You bore the judgment, so God won't pass judgment on me for this transgression. You were censured for this transgression, so God won't denounce me for it."
In the event that you don't look to the cross, you will become sin-cognizant and you will stroll around with a specific assumption for judgment. Furthermore, that assumption for judgment will allow Satan to make you feel that God has something against you in view of your transgression.
You should go to where you know and accept that every one of your wrongdoings are excused, and that you are saved forever.
Hebrews 10:12, 14 says, “But this Man [Jesus], after He had offered one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God…For by one offering He has perfected forever…”
You and I are idealized everlastingly due to Jesus' ideal work on the cross. We are culminated by God's full acknowledgment and ideal savor the experience of His Son's work that has so celebrated His blessedness. Cherished, hear God say to you, "I will be kind. Your transgressions and untamed deeds I will recollect no more."
"2000 years ago Jesus Christ took our place!
And for every sin that you and I committed or would ever commit, He bore it on the tree. He was punished so you would not be punished. He was condemned so you would never be condemned. He took our place that we could take His place. He became sin that we might become the righteousness of God!" - Joseph Prince
For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him. - 2 Corinthians 5:21 KJV
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