What Does the Bible Say About . . . .
RESURRECTION & TRANSFORMATION
After God created Adam, vitalizing energy came through eating the fruit of the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden. After Adam and Eve sinned, they were banned from the garden of Eden and the cycle of death began. Jesus came to conquer death for mankind by paying the price for mankind's redemption. "To all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God--children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband's will, but born of God." (John 1:12, 13)
When we accept Jesus Christ as our Savior and through choice we participate in accepting His transformation of our lives through the power of the Holy Spirit, we become a new creation. God takes away our sinful nature and gives us a spiritual nature. He transforms us, taking away our hearts of stone and giving us hearts of flesh. However, this spiritual nature does not receive its spiritual body until Christ comes to take us home. Then we will put aside our fleshly garb, and be forever clothed with the imperishable. What a precious promise to all who believe in Jesus!
Come join us in this search of the Bible as we look at verses containing terms commonly associated with the thrilling subjects of resurrection and transformation.
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