When Are You Going to Change?

"For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." - Romans 6:23 
Do you ever ask yourself, "When am I going to change?" When will enough be enough? When will you become sick and tired of being sick and tired? God is waiting for you to realize that He has so much better for your life than the empty promises of sin.

Sin may seem enticing in the moment, but it's like a mirage in the desert—promising refreshment but leaving you thirstier than ever. It offers fleeting pleasure but wreaks havoc on your life, relationships, and spiritual well-being.
Romans 6:23 reminds us that the wages of sin is death. Sin might appear glamorous and exciting, but its ultimate destination is destruction. It leads to brokenness, emptiness, and separation from God.

You've probably heard the saying, "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results." If you've been caught in a cycle of sin, it's time to break free from that insanity. It's time to change.
God offers a way out—a gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ. He wants to rescue you from the clutches of sin and bring you into a life filled with purpose, joy, and fulfillment. But you must be willing to change.

Changing doesn't mean you have to do it on your own. God's grace is sufficient to transform your life. He longs to help you overcome the struggles that have held you captive for too long. The first step is to admit that you need His help.
So, when are you going to change? When will you decide that the temporary pleasures of sin are not worth the eternal cost? When will you say, "Enough is enough"? God is ready to extend His hand to you, to guide you out of the darkness and into His marvelous light.

It's time to embrace the gift of eternal life in Christ Jesus. It's time to break free from the chains of sin and experience the abundant life God has prepared for you. Don't wait any longer; choose change today.
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Sharon Porter - January 6th, 2024 at 9:52am

🙏Powerful and Insightful Devotional!

Pastor Ed, thank you for always being willing to take a step of faith and bodly speak the truth from the Word of God.

Blessings to you and your sweet family!🕊

Much love in Christ!🙏

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