MORNING MEDITATION

“Salvation Is Found In Jesus Christ Alone!”

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“Salvation Is Found In Jesus Christ Alone!”
What irony prevails in the world from time immemorial! Across generations people are being judged and condemned for “acts of kindness” they showed to those who needed it. Ironically those who judge and condemn them are those who should be the epitome of love and mercy.
Imagine the calibre of personalities who constituted the Sanhedrin to interrogate Peter and John for healing a cripple! They were the “rulers, elders and teachers of the law” amongst whom were Annas the high priest…Caiaphas, John, Alexander and the other men of the high priest’s family.”
It is important to note that not all who are judged and found guilty are guilty as charged. The boldness and courage to defend themselves was from above as “Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit” told them what they didn’t want to hear. The act of kindness we stand accused of was done “by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead… He is ‘the stone which the builders rejected, which has become the capstone.’ Salvation is found in no-one else, for there is no other name in heaven given to men by which we must be saved”(Acts 4:5-12).
Yes, there is no other name even as the angels told the shepherds, “today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; he is the Lord”(Lk.2:11); the same “I AM WHO I AM” the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Ex.3:13-15).
Having known this, never relent your effort in showing acts of kindness in the name of Jesus Christ. Be filled with the Holy Spirit to declare in word and deed that “Salvation is found in no-one else, for there is no other name under heaven by which we must be saved!”
Sunday prayer: Holy Spirit lead me to show acts of kindness and the courage to proclaim that salvation is found in no-one else but Jesus Christ. Amen!
Have a blessed Sunday! Peace be with you!

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