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God's arms are wide open

Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post below.

If I told you there was a man who walked the earth, who loved and saved more people than anybody, would you believe it? If I told you there was a man who was crucified for you and I; buried; and after three days was raised from the grave; and who now lives eternally, would you believe it? 

Today I have more of the Good News for you and it's about a man who did in fact walk the earth and go through the harshest pain imaginable, so you and I wouldn't have to. And I'm coming to tell you that His name is Jesus. The awesome and wonderful King of kings and Lord of lords. He died so we wouldn't have to. And as we continuously fall short, He gives us the grace to continue on. Isn't it great to have such a King and such a Lord we can lean on at any time in our lives? Matthew 6:33 says, "to seek first His kingdom and His righteousness and all the things He has for you will be added to you.” What does it mean by seeking His righteousness? It means continuous prayer to the Lord and on-going communication with Him. Then watch what He does in your life. Matthew 7:7 says, "ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you." So, if you want a great relationship with God. If you want a space in the kingdom of God, He is available for anyone who diligently seeks Him. Continue to seek God, because His arms are always wide open and He will accept you for you.
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