John 19:30 MEV

“……, He said, “It is finished.” And He bowed His head and gave up His spirit.”

What was Jesus referring to when he said it is finished? He was referring to the redemption work. The work of saving people from error, curse, sin, separation and death was  finished. Now you can return to your creator and enjoy a life promised by Him, abundant life. The Lord Jesus is now waiting and expecting you to come running to HIM, and here is the promise; No questions will be asked and no accusations. It is finished because now it has been made possible for us to reconnect with God regardless of what we have done in the past.

Satan the accuser lost his power over your life. However, if you despise the love and grace that was manifested on the cross by the Lord Jesus Christ, you are on your own. It will be satan and you.

Hebrews 2:3 MEV

“How  shall we escape  if we neglect so great a salvation, which  at the first began to be spoken by the Lord, and was confirmed to us by those who heard Him,”

Don’t neglect this great salvation. You don’t need to be condemned anymore because of your sins, it is finished, you are forgiven. All you need to do is to repent and follow Jesus. I suggest that now you repeat the same words to Jesus. Tell Him that you are not going to live in sin any more, it is finished. At least once a year, on Good Friday, the entire world is being reminded that the price was paid, Jesus Christ has come to save us. You will have no excuse at the end of the world on the judgement day when standing before God. Do not neglect this work of salvation. The time of ignorance is over, change your life for better with Jesus.

You are so valuable to God, He couldn’t just forget about you and let you die in your sins. You are  a eternally living soul that must be saved otherwise will be lost forever. You now have a choice to remain lost or take advantage of the sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ and surrender your life to Him.

May God bless you during this easter holidays.

Bp FrankYour servant,

Bp Frank Rathebe

bishop@universal.org.bw