Jesus Is For You

Jesus is for you!

He’s for you in a number of ways.

Jesus is for you… relationally. He wants to give you knowledge and power to do relationships right.

He wants you to do relationships in your family right.
He wants you to do relationships in your neighborhood right.
He wants you to do relationships at school right.
He wants you to do business relationships right.

And if you will let him, he’ll give you the knowledge and the power to do relationships right from now on for the rest of your life.

Jesus is for you… morally. With his knowledge and his power, he will help you build your character. He will help you with regard to ethics and morality. With his power and knowledge, you can make wise decisions in regard to finances, relationships and business.

Jesus is for you… spiritually. Jesus looks at you and he wants you to do your life right spiritually.

He wants you to do your relationship with God the father the way he did his with God the father when he was on this earth.
He wants you to live with total security in God’s love.
He wants you to rest in the promises and goodness of God.

Jesus is for you… eternally. Jesus says, “With my knowledge and my power, I want you to learn how to die.

“I want you when you’re about ready to die, when you’re lying on a hospital bed and you have your family and friends around you, I want you to die with dignity. I want you to die with hope.

“I want you to be able to look at your family and friends around your bed and say, “This is not the end. This is graduation day; from this place into an eternity that has been gained for me by what Jesus Christ accomplished.”

If you could just get our arms around this, that Jesus Christ is for you in every imaginable way, it could change your life.

He demonstrated his ultimate commitment that he is for you when he paid the penalty for your sin and mine by dying on the cross.

And he asks you one question – “Are you for me?” Jesus is for you. Are you for him?

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