Receive Life ... True Life!

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God is the God of life; thus, it’s He and He alone who can give it to you! If you want life in abundance, spend time with the One who is the source of all life!

“Receive life from the One who is the very source of it!”

Have you ever read any magazine titles like “Finally become the REAL you!” or “Achieve harmony in your life with these 7 steps”...?

Each person on this Earth is searching for inner peace, the harmony of a balanced, abundant life. God talks about this abundant life in the Bible.

“You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy; at Your right hand are pleasures forevermore.” (see the Bible, Psalm 16:11)

God is the God of life; thus, it’s He and He alone who can give it to you! If you want life in abundance, spend time with the One who is the source of all life! Remain in communion with your Heavenly Father, with the One who created you, who knows you better than anyone and loves you with an infinite love. 

Receive the overflow of His life. He invites you into His presence. Allow Him to shape and fashion your being. He is the source of all joy, and the joy He gives is perfect. (see the Bible, Romans 15:13) He is the source of all peace, and the peace He gives surpasses all understanding. (see the Bible, Philippians 4:7) 

Yes, allow God to literally infuse His life into yours ... be deeply and entirely renewed!

Thanks for existing!

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