Ginrich's Devotional Blog

June 20, 2014

It Takes Three

Filed under: Uncategorized — by ginrich @ 1:00 am

John 3:6 That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.

We are born of the flesh. We are born without the spirit in us. When man first chose to eat from the tree of knowledge he separated himself from God putting his own knowledge over that of God’s so God withdrew His spirit from mankind. But God still loved His creation of mankind and mad provisions to reunite with mankind as one in spirit again. He did this through His Word, His Son, Jesus the Christ, the Messiah. Jesus came down in the fleshly form of man in the same way man must come, in the flesh through a woman. Jesus shed the light and knowledge of God with mankind then made the ultimate sacrifice and died on the cross. When he took our sins on Himself the Father, God had to depart from for by His own design, He cannot and will not be in the presence of sin. After 3 days, Jesus brought Himself back to life and walked this earth teaching about the Holy Spirit Who would once again come into mankind, but only the mankind who would come into Jesus, our arbitrator before the Father. Now we can be elevated from creations of God to adopted children of God. Thank You Father, God for allowing Your Son, Your Word to do this. Thank You Jesus for being willing to leave Your Father and do this for us. Thank You Holy Spirit for coming into us and giving us the Light of God and guidance.

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