Confess With Thy Mouth

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Confess With Thy Mouth.


“That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.” Romans‬ ‭10:9‬ ‭


The Gospel is simple. Because of Adam’s disobedience — mankind was born into sin. And because of Jesus Christ’s obedience — mankind was redeemed from the power of sin. Through the shed Blood of Jesus Christ — all of men have the opportunity to be set free from the bondage and stronghold of sin. When you are in Christ, you are set free from the bondage and stronghold of Adam’s mistake. 


It’s your choice. You can either choose to stay in the wilderness or you can choose to be set free in Christ. You can either stay in the cycle of sin or you can be set free through the shed Blood of Jesus Christ. Choose to be set free. Choose to be released from the paralytic impact of sin. Choose to let Christ heal you. Let Christ set you free in every area of your life. Choose to let Christ make you whole. Choose Christ. 


Jesus Christ conquered death, hell, and the grave — just for you. He overcame every aspect of sin for you. There is no aspect of sin that Christ cannot deliver you out of. There is no bondage that’s stronger than Christ. There is no stronghold that’s stronger than our Lord. There is no bondage that He cannot break. There is no struggle that’s too powerful for Him to crush. Christ crushes every form of bondage, barrier, struggle, and generational cycle.


Submit to Christ and lay every struggle at His feet. Strongholds have no authority over Christ. When you are in Christ. Surrender to Christ and let Him set you free. Confess with your mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord. 


If you have not accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, say this simple prayer:


Father God, in the Name of Jesus, I thank You for Your Son, Jesus Christ. I thank You that He died and rose just for me. 


Father, I repent of my sin and I turn to You. Lord, I surrender every aspect of my heart over to You. Father, I receive Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior.


In Jesus’ Name. Amen.