Day 25

The Continuing Work of New Creation

from the reading plan

Romans 8:23, John 15:2, John 16:8-15, Acts 2:1-47

In light of the day’s reading, pause to reflect on the specific areas you long to see made new and how Jesus’s ministry calls us to join in that restoration. Let these shape your prayers today.

God’s work on earth didn’t end after Christ ascended to heaven. Instead, the work of making all things new continues because God’s presence remains with us. The Holy Spirit came to continue producing the fruit of new creation in and through our lives.

After you’ve read, spend some time in prayer about where you need the Spirit to work in and through you. Comment/share with the community anything that stood out to you or encouraged you from the reading or your time in prayer.

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2 thoughts on "The Continuing Work of New Creation"

  1. H Z says:

    It encouraged me that the Spirit is always watching us and waiting for a chance to help.

  2. Luke says:

    2 Corinthians 5:7 encourages me to lay down all idealizations of my future; any attempts to forecast, predict, or estimate what my life will look like stems from pending opportunity to trust in God even more because I’m still holding onto control.

    Abba has had the term “open hands” repeated to me throughout this month and I wonder if my open hands is correlated to the inward clinging of His truth.

    In other words; when I trust and believe Him, my hands are open. When I’m hesitant, cautious, or second-guessing God, my hands are closed.

    How can I hold the hands of my Father with closed hands?

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