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TEXT: ROM 10:9 “that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has Raised Him from the Dead, you will be saved…”

The Word Lord, in (Greek; lyris) means having the power, dominion and authority to control. There are two parts to being a Christian, First, you must accept Jesus as your Saviour. Second, and much more difficult, you must make Jesus your Lord—the undisputed boss’! There is Just enough ego in each of us to want to be in control and that Part of us must be crucified daily. Crucifixion is one of the most painful deaths you can experience because, you die slowly and excruciatingly. As long as your ego has breath left in it, it will rise up and fight for control.
When you make Jesus Lord of your life, you give up control in three areas:
1) Jesus, not you, decides where you will go.
2) Jesus, not you, decides the price you’ll have to pay.
3) Jesus, not you, decides the person you’ll become. ‘Again, the kingdom of heaven is
like a merchant seeking beautiful pearls, who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had and bought it’ (Matthew 13:45-46 NKJV). Note the words ‘all that he had’. If you want to know the cost of making Jesus Lord of your life, it will cost you all you have. Not an outward profession, but an inward sincere attitude of one’s heart. This man valued the pearl so highly that he considered it worth any price he had to pay.
So here’s the question: What value do you place on your relationship with Christ? This man believed that the return would be greater than the investment. Do you believe that? Salvation is free, but making Jesus Lord of your life demands that you surrender your all to Him. Are you ready for that? Are you willing? He is the reason why we are living; He died so that you and I will live by making JESUS CHRIST and HIS WORD LORD in all areas such as; at home, at church, relationship, intellectual, financial, educational, recreational and vocational spheres. The centre that holds everything we behold and relate with. Trust Jesus; He is capable, He cannot fail.

MEDITATION: 1 Cor 10:31; Lk 6:46-49; Jn 15:14

JN 13:1-20; 2CHR, 18; Ps 78:21-37

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