Learn Christ
Ephesians 4:20

The Upward Look
    by Max D. Hutto,

“But you did not learn Christ in this way,” Ephesians 4:20 NASB

“But you,” you believers in Jesus Christ, you are to be radically different from nonbelievers. You are to live drastically different from the old sinful way of life. You do not walk or have the lifestyle of those without Christ. A righteous and holy life in Christ is not learned through an ungodly lifestyle. You have learned Christ by coming to know Him personally. Learning Christ is not knowing about Jesus, but knowing Him, having a personal and intimate relationship with Him where He is your Lord and Savior.

Lord Jesus, You have transformed my life and caused me to yearn to walk with You in righteousness and holiness. Help me to live radically different from those who do not know You.


  January 13, 2023   -  © Copyright 2023, Max D. Hutto.

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