Happy new week to you all in Christ, I pray by weekend, we shall all have a pleasant story to tell, Amen.
As we journey on the train to discovering the hardness of the heart, I will like to remind us that last week we concluded on what kills a man as his arrogance when guilty of sin.
Today, we will continue by vividly looking into the day’s topic:
Anyone who received the privilege to survive sin, albeit such might had been dead potentially, yet there was hope.
Hope to live beyond the past, hope to live beyond shame, hope to relocate yourself, hope to once again be a champion.
This is the secret, when prophet Ezekiel was set out into the valley, his response was a revelation.
“And he said unto me, Son of man, Can these bones live? And I answered, O Lord God, thou knowest.” Ezekiel 37:3
What Prophet Ezekiel told God indirectly was that, if He desired it, who could say no.
What sin has pushed you into does not matter, your situation or state doesn’t count if God desires to bring you back alive. But you need to be broken to come back to life. Christ is the resurrection and life, submit yourself to Him to again come back alive.