When we accept God's gift of His Son, Jesus, believing in Him as our personal Savior and Lord, the Bible tells us of many things about ourself and our life that become NEW as He sends His Holy Spirit to live in us. What happens when we make Jesus the Lord of our life? These six lessons will help us understand how much God wants to guide us and teach us with His Word, the Bible. He has a plan for every believer! He commands that we place Jesus first, other second, and ourselves third! Follow these Bible Study lessons and devotions to see how it's done!

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New Beginning - Whose Righteousness?

Because of what Jesus did for us, God sees us in a different way. He does not see us, He sees Jesus and all of His righteousness. We have no righteousness of our own. Jesus made that exchange for us on the cross when He bore our sins. He loves us unconditionally. When we agree that He is right and we are wrong, change our minds and ask for forgiveness, He is faithful to forgive us. God calls that repenting of our sins. We need to make heart changes that honor God. He knows how we think and is in tune to every heart. He gives new beginnings and new blessings everyday, to those who love Him. 

New Beginnings Bible Study - Rise and Shine

This Week's Bible Memory Verse

 
"If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and
will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness."
1John 1:9
 
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5. His Strength
4. Rich and Free Grace
3. Good Fruits Wisdom
2. Showing Mercy
1. New Love
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