Word for the day by Christian Education Forum
Confession: Sacrament of Reconciliation With God and Human
2 Corinthians 5:16-21
V.17: "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!"
- The Power of Reconciliation: This passage shows the importance of reconciliation, not only between individuals but also between humanity and God. In today's world, where conflicts and divisions are very much present, we can draw inspiration from this message to actively seek reconciliation and forgiveness in our personal relationships and work towards peace and unity in our communities and societies.
- Being People of Good: The call to be ambassadors for Christ, spreading the message of reconciliation, is an endless lesson. Today, it reminds us of our responsibility to share acts of kindness, love, and forgiveness. We can serve as ambassadors of positive change, encouraging others to embrace goodness and work towards a more compassionate and truthful world. This passage encourages us to be messengers of hope and peace, actively engaging in acts of kindness and reconciliation in our daily lives.
Lord, Thank you for showering your blessings and mercies on us everyday, thank you for saving us in times of need, and for being our strength and peace when we were weak. Lord thank you, for dying on the cross for our sins, even though we didn’t deserve it. Lord forgive us our sins for we have sinned against you and allow us to follow your straight path, praising your name. Allow this week to be a blessed one, be with us your children, and help those who are weak and in need, all this we pray in Jesus name. AMEN
Thought for the Day
"Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you." - Ephesians 4:32
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