In this message we emphasise again the centrality of the cross as it pertains to the core of who you are:
- Blood, for the complete forgiveness of sins
- A new birth for a brand new you. Born of the righteous seed, in righteousness.
Whereas the Law was given to cultivate the unrighteous seed of old creation man, grace cultivates the righteous seed of the new man.
It is through the finished work of the cross that we discover and grow in the knowledge of our true identity.
Complete in Christ Jesus. Possessing God’s own righteousness.
That is a revolutionary change of thinking. One that is not defined by how we feel, but what the Word tells us.
To know who you are is to rest in the truth of it. It is a powerful proposition.
You handle yourself differently.
We also explore the simplicity of the message – to believe is to receive.
Of it, the late great Charles Spurgeon said this, “Simple, yet sublime!”
We pray it blesses you.
The message includes Holy Communion with Moidin Cassim.