You Have A Place

Today’s Sunday Service was by Pastor Nick from Ephesians 2:19-22. In this passage Apostle Paul talks about how once we accept Jesus into our hearts that we totally belong to Christ. It takes place during Roman times and people were coming to Christ. This affected the culture and economic times in the city of Ephesus. Unfortunately, this period of time was plagued with paganism. The Christians were struggling with where they belonged. Many Christians experience the same struggle of not fitting in today.

Paul, the apostle, writes to tell God’s people that there is no separation from God because the blood of Jesus. We need to realize that we are citizens of God’s kingdom. This is established upon our acceptance of salvation of Jesus. God has gone and prepared a place for you in His mansion. We need not doubt this fact. God made each of us for a reason and for a place. God is the Chief cornerstone and our foundation. God fits us for His plan. We have a place in Jesus because He is intentional.

The 3 P’s: Pentecost, Perception, and Preparation. We should not compare ourselves to others. God made us in His image. We need not look out the window, but look in the mirror. God’s fire is within us. we need to see us as God sees us. Nothing will give us satisfaction like Jesus. Don’t fall false reality, as God will bless you right where you are placed. Stop trying to wrestle with Jesus. Let Go and Let God lead you. God will mold you into the best person you were designed to be for Him. While we may struggle, God is always faithful. We need to keep our roots in the love of Christ alone. Jesus loves you! Walk with Jesus!

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