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Completeness Through Christ.



Colossians 2:7 Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on Him. 

Colossians 2:10 So you also are complete through your union with Christ, who is head over every ruler and authority. 

When our completeness, our worth, our lives are built on Jesus, we are free. He can never be taken from us nor will He leave us. He guides us with love and peace and shows us a different way to live... and it is not as this world lives. 

His way calls us to root down in Him... and He sent us the Holy Spirit as our advocate, our helper because we spent the 4,000 years leading up to Jesus proving we could not do this on our own. So God came to us and through the life and death of His son we were made new. It’s a beautiful truth that I never get tired of hearing.

As I root down in Him, I realize, His helper has been sent to help me with everything. Little choices, big choices, and everything in between. We weren’t designed to rely on powers of this world to make choices for us - we were designed to call on Him. It’s a very dangerous thing to put our faith in man - any man. John 2:24 — But Jesus didn’t trust them, because he knew human nature. No one needed to tell him what mankind is really like. 

Without Jesus, mankind is very, very broken. It only takes a minute of listening to hear how cruel mankind is to each other. We are not innately good, but rooted in Him, the source of all Love, the fruits of the spirit may flow freely from our hearts, our lives, our actions and words. 

The fruits of the spirit are love, goodness, kindness, self-control, peace, joy, patience, and gentleness — There are no laws against these. -Galatians 5:23

If you are scared, know Him - let Him show you that He is enough. His grace is sufficient. -2 Corinthians 12:9.... Lean on God through good times and bad and let Him guide you.

Know Him. Trust Him. 

Colossians 2:10 So you also are complete through your union with Christ, who is head over every ruler and authority. 

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