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"Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God."
- John 3:3
 
Jesus spoke these words to Nicodemus, a man who represents the spiritual state of every one of us. Because of sin we all enter the world condemned to die twice, once at the end of life, and again at the second death when both body and soul are separated from God forever. So when the LORD said, "Ye must be born again." He was offering the only way to escape this final hopeless condition.
 
Each day brings us a little nearer to that climactic event when we'll have to step from time into eternity. We may not want to face this reality, but it . . .

"Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God."
- John 3:3
 
Jesus spoke these words to Nicodemus, a man who represents the spiritual state of every one of us. Because of sin we all enter the world condemned to die twice, once at the end of life, and again at the second death when both body and soul are separated from God forever. So when the LORD said, "Ye must be born again." He was offering the only way to escape this final hopeless condition.
 
Each day brings us a little nearer to that climactic event when we'll have to step from time into eternity. We may not want to face this reality, but it became our unfortunate heritage the moment we took our first breath. Jesus, however, longs to give us new life, by acknowledging our sinfulness and trusting Christ, we can share in His resurrection power which takes the sting out of our physical death and frees us completely from the second death. Look again at John 3:3. It really says, if we are born only once, we must die twice; but if we are born twice, we'll die only once.
 
O ye who would enter that glorious rest
And sing with the ransomed the song of the blest,
The life everlasting if ye would obtain,
"Ye must be born again."
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Those who have a second birth shall never experience the second death. 

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