30th April 2020

Let The Redeemed Say So!

“Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He has redeemed from the hand of the enemy.”
Psalm 107:2 (NKJV)

Redemption is the act of being bought back with a price paid in full. When we buy something, we pay the price. Sometimes, we pay a price; sometimes it’s full price. If we are lucky, it’s on sale. Jesus paid a price for us through His death on the cross. This price was the ultimate price to pay. There was no mark-down on redemption day. When we buy something, we take the item from its previous owner. Jesus took us from the power of sin and death. His crucifixion frees us from the control of our sinful nature. He free us from selfishness, pride, anger, retaliation, greed, lust, the list goes on.

Once we are redeemed, we are to say so, as David tells us in the header scripture. We should say so in thanks and praise to God for sending His son. We should say so to those around us through our changed attitude and actions. We should say so when God blesses us, instead of taking the credit for ourselves.

Christ paid the definitive price so that we could have a personal relational relationship with Him. In turn, we are to share our redemption experience with others, when God gives us the opportunity.

Prayer
Heavenly Father, thank you for paying the price to redeem us from sin by sending your Son to die for us.
Amen

Study by Dennis Payne
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*Note that due to the coronavirus lockdown, Services are suspended for the time being. Contact is still as below. For live-streaming Sermons and Bible Studies go to our UK website www.gracecom.church

About the Author:
Dennis Payne attends the North London Congregation of Grace Communion International.

Local Congregation:
Grace Communion International London
Indian YMCA
Mahatma Gandhi Hall
41 Fitzroy Square
LONDON
W1T 6AQ

Meeting Time:
Saturday 2:30pm

Local Congregational Contact:
Barry Robinson
Email: london@gracecom.church

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