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By entering through faith into what God has always wanted to do for us—set us right with him, make us fit for him—we have it all together with God because of our Master Jesus. And that’s not all: We throw open our doors to God and discover at the same moment that he has already thrown open his door to us. We find ourselves standing where we always hoped we might stand—out in the wide open spaces of God’s grace and glory, standing tall and shouting our praise. There’s more to come: We continue to shout our praise even when we’re hemmed in with troubles, because we know how troubles can develop passionate patience in us, and how that patience in turn forges the tempered steel of virtue, keeping us alert for whatever God will do next. In alert expectancy such as this, we’re never left feeling shortchanged. Quite the contrary—we can’t round up enough containers to hold everything God generously pours into our lives through the Holy Spirit! Christ arrives right on time to make this happen. He didn’t, and doesn’t, wait for us to get ready. He presented himself for this sacrificial death when we were far too weak and rebellious to do anything to get ourselves ready. And even if we hadn’t been so weak, we wouldn’t have known what to do anyway. We can understand someone dying for a person worth dying for, and we can understand how someone good and noble could inspire us to selfless sacrifice. But God put his love on the line for us by offering his Son in sacrificial death while we were of no use whatever to him. Now that we are set right with God by means of this sacrificial death, the consummate blood sacrifice, there is no longer a question of being at odds with God in any way. If, when we were at our worst, we were put on friendly terms with God by the sacrificial death of his Son, now that we’re at our best, just think of how our lives will expand and deepen by means of his resurrection life! Now that we have actually received this amazing friendship with God, we are no longer content to simply say it in plodding prose. We sing and shout our praises to God through Jesus, the Messiah!

Romans 5:1-11 (MSG)

All Things Have Become New because it is for the purpose of revealing God, His glory, and in so doing the darkness of our lives is scattered and is obvious not only to us but to everyone and everything in our space. Remember, God’s primary purpose in your and my life is to reveal His glory, thus, He has chosen us to be the crown of His glory. So the process to Breathe: New Life will take us through our tribulations, knowing that they produce patience and patience, experience; experiencing God’s presence, power, and promises in and over our life. The very experience of God fuels our hope, our expectancy, and not just the ordinary but also the extraordinary in which God will be revealed. All things Have Become New for it is the space in which God takes center stage, showing up at the right time to do what is required in our lives for us to live in the abundance of life as He intends, and the more we Breathe: New Life the more He gets the glory!


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