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April 29, 2024 | Daily Devotionals | April 29

Choosing Transformation


“And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.” 2 Corinthians 3:18, ESV


There is no such thing as a life in God without change in God. When change is directed toward our life in God, God blesses and expands our life. 


As men we talk about living large, right? Well, we want to experience God’s blessing and live large. Make a holy shift and make changes in a life toward God. It doesn’t matter who you are, your ethnic background, whether you’re a man or a woman: if you are in Christ, you are going to be in the process of personal change. That’s the way it works.


In every area of your life, whether it’s your spiritual life, your relationships or family ties, God has a plan and your enemy has a plan and you have a choice. In the war, who’s going to win? Each path has consequences and ramifications and so we want to live our life out in God.


A good question to ask might be, how’s my transformation going? It’s hard to separate change and transformation. Change is going to happen because there is no static position for anything in this world. Change, like gravity, is a universal law, or dynamic. Whether we like it or not, the Law of Change is immutable—change will come in our lives, for better or for worse. And oftentimes, the only thing we control during a time of change is our attitude and posture. 


However, transformation into the person God has created you to be is not guaranteed. Yes, we are all being transformed for good or for evil, but to choose to be transformed in His image? Well, it’s just that—a choice. 


Our Father has offered His love for this transformation process and then given us the ability to choose the direction of this change.  Only you can make the decision on a daily basis.  We will either walk closer with truth or deny it for our own convenience. It’s really not complicated.

Father, thank you for walking me through life in your love.


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