For a Pharisee, keeping out of public attention is a herculean task, despite this, a conversation with Christ was an unmissable opportunity.
Late into the night, Nicodemus, an honorable master of the Jews secretly met with the Lord Jesus.
Ironically, after his adulation, Jesus presents him with the truth, "You must be born again."
Thinking about this words, Nicodemus asked, "How are these things possible?"
Jesus Christ was surprised, and he went on to describe to the intellectual, his origin, his purpose and his hope for all who would believe in him (John 3:1-21).
We see the response of Nicodemus to Christ in the latter parts of the book of John's gospel, but what will be your response today?
For the death of Christ on the Cross brought about the restoration of all things - with the assurance of eternal life.
We are called to renounce our old life of sin, commence a lifelong race with the Holy Spirit as our Coach and the Word of God, our athlete resume.
Never doubt, he has great things in store. Never fear, he has given you power, love and sound mind.
You are not the same anymore! Praise the Lord!
When you cross into a new year, be alive to the truth that God has made you new (Please read 2 Corinthians 5:17).
There has been a "GREAT CHANGE." Remain blessed and Happy New Year.
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