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These things create a barrier between God and the human race.

There are some things that God doesn't like. These things separate Him from the rest of us.

Since the fall of man, there have been sins or abominations in the world that haven't been cleaned up. In Romans 3:23, it says that "all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God." In Romans 7:24, Paul says that this is true. The wretchedness of a wicked person was mourned.

When a person is born again, however, he or she changes in a way that makes them want to stay away from things that are bad.

Because only Jesus can change people's lives, he is the only one who can do that (Acts 4:12). This is why Paul was able to say what he said in today's memory verse after he met Jesus. Because the law had a curse on us, Jesus paid for us to be free from it (Matthew 26:28). In Matthew 11:28, he called on all men to do something that would change their lives, and he still calls on you today. He wants to free you from the chains of sin by giving you the power to rise above it.

Then: "So if you are in Christ, you're a new person: old things have been replaced by new things. Look, everything has changed." There is a verse in the Bible called (2 Corinthians 5:17).

If we want to be saved and walk in line with our calling, we need to know that we can't just say no to the call to change. As we can see in Romans 12:2, this is God's plan for us: to serve one another.

In other words, don't follow the rules of this world, but be changed by the renewing of your mind, so that you can find out what God wants.

Your life will begin to change when you give your life to God. The choice is yours today. You can choose to be changed or free. Pay attention to God's call now.

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Paul Romans


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