In Touch Devotional By Dr Charles Stanley

In Touch Devotional 4 January 2023 | Dr Charles Stanley

In Touch Devotional 4 January 2023 | Dr Charles Stanley

In Touch Devotional 4 January 2023 | Dr Charles Stanley

You are welcome to Today’s In Touch Daily Devotional written by Dr Charles Stanley and published by In Touch Ministry. Charles F. Stanley is the founder of In Touch Ministries and a New York Times best-selling author. He demonstrates a keen awareness of people’s needs and provides Christ-centered biblically-based principles for everyday life.

Today’s Topic: From Condemnation to Reconciliation
On the cross, Jesus paid for our wrongs so we can have a relationship with God.

Scripture: Romans 5:6-12

In Touch Devotional for 4 January 2023 (MESSAGE)

Separation, rejection, and alienation are unpleasant experiences. We usually try to avoid these at all costs, but in a fallen world, we can’t totally escape them. Isolation from other people is bad enough, but alienation from the Lord is much worse—it’s tragic.

Yet as vital as our relationship with God is to our well-being, something stands in its way. In our thoughts, attitudes, and behavior, we’ve all violated His commands and holy standard (Romans 3:23). This is known as sin, and its penalty—death—means eternal separation from the Lord (Romans 6:23).

What a bleak outlook for mankind! But the Father solved this dilemma by sending His Son to pay our penalty. Fully God and fully man, Jesus lived the perfect life, took all our iniquity upon Himself, and died a gruesome death on the cross. No longer are we condemned for our wrongs, because Christ paid our penalty for sin and gave us His righteousness.

Salvation, which is available to anyone who believes in Jesus and receives God’s remarkable gift of grace, results in reconciliation to the Father. In this way, faith in Christ puts an end to our alienation and condemnation—and opens the door to eternal life with God.

Bible in One Year: Genesis 12-15

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