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Leave the Past Behind
“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” — Thomas Jefferson Without realizing it, we often carry something around with us everywhere we go. We bring it out in our conversations, and it shows up in our attitudes. Whatever that thing is from the past may never have really existed, yet its power lives inside […]


I Will Plant a New Heart
I will plant a new heart and new spirit inside of you. — Ezekiel 36:26 (The Voice) The Big Lie in the church today is that you are nothing more than “a sinner saved by grace.” You are a lot more than that. You are a new creation in Christ. The New Testament calls you […]


"New" in the Bible: 2 Corinthians 5:17
When our sins are forgiven, we're not just an "improved" versions of our old self--we're a completely new person! We're no longer bound to any of the guilt or shame that previously bound us; we are, spiritually speaking, a new creation.


New Jerusalem in the Bible - a Christian perspective
In Revelation, John writes about seeing a new heaven and a new earth replace the old heaven and earth. He writes that a new Jerusalem comes down from heaven and God declares that there is no longer any separation between heaven and earth; God will live among men and they will recognize Him as God.


New Creation in the Bible: 2 Corinthians 5:17
When we profess faith in Christ, we aren't just making a lifestyle choice. Belief in Christ brings a total transformation of who we are. The "old self," bound by sin, is gone for good; our sins are forgiven, and we're free to enjoy new life in Christ.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Old On The Outside, New On The Inside - #4330
"We do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day." Now, make no mistake about it - the outside Paul was really taking a beating ... sometimes literally. Earlier in this chapter, he describes himself as "hard-pressed on every side," - maybe you can relate to that - "perplexed, persecuted, struck down." But though he's showing and feeling the mileage on the outside, he says God keeps renewing him on the inside.