CENTRAL TRUTH: All the blessings of salvation come through our redemption by Christ.
James 1:17

MEMORY VERSE: Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law…that by faith we might receive the promise of the Spirit.
Galatians 3:13,14

LESSON TEXT: John 8:31-36; Ephesians1:3-7; Colossians 1:10-14

Results are a good way to measure the effectiveness of a plan or program.
However,results sometimes can be misleading or downright discouraging.
Some people who try intense exercise or diet changes may see little or no weight loss at first.
Many give up at that point,feeling their efforts were wasted.Long- term changes must be put into perspective.
When people come to Christ,they may experience immediate dynamic changes. Some changes however,will likely come at a slower pace.As Christians,we can be certain Christ is at work in our lives to bring to completion the results of redemption.
Philippians 2:12-13,Romans 8:28,Hebrews 12:2.
In this lesson we will identify some of the benefits of redemption we have in Christ and learn how to appropriate those benefits.
All the blessings of salvation come through our redemption by Christ.
It’s one thing to know the results of the redemption through Christ and another thing to believe, understand and appropriate it by faith.
In this week’s lesson,it will be discovered that;
(a) We are free from sin(Romans6:6-7) (John 8:31-36)
(b)Freed to Serve (Romans 6:16-18) (Romans 7:5-6)
(C) Accepted (Ephesians 1:5-7)
(d) Live to please God (Colossians 1:10-14)

NOTE: Check the life application, its revealing indeed.

God bless you as you study to show yourself approved.



By: Joel Asiaw

CEO, Wordtwofour7

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