Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 17 September 2022 – A Genuine Child of God

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TOPIC: A Genuine Child of God

TEXT: Romans 12:9-21(NKJV)

Daily Fountain Devotional 17 September 2022 MESSAGE

Child of God is that person who has received the salvation of Christ and has turned a new life in Him. In other words, he or she has started living and acting like Christ. From the passage today, many things have been revealed to us which when we live by them, we will be known as genuine children of God.

These virtues include:

  1. Be sincere; hate evil and hold on to good deeds.

  2. Treat your brethren with equal love; be diligent in every assignment given to you.

  3. You must rejoice in Him always, in trial, persecution, and be strong in prayer.

  4. Help your brethren; love those who persecute you, don’t curse them. Be happy with your brother’s progress, don’t envy him.

The above virtues are mostly neglected among believers. Emphasis has been on manifestations of the gifts of the Holy Spirit as against the fruits of the Spirit. The Christian Faith is a lifestyle and once one’s life is contradictory to the virtues of the Faith, then one is not of God.

Genuine children of God will always shine as light in this dark world and men shall see their lives and glorify God, our Father. Are you genuine? Does your lifestyle reflect Christ?

PRAYER: God help me to love as you love and to be like Jesus. Amen.

Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 17 September 2022 Message. The Church of Nigeria is the Anglican church in Nigeria. It is the second-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptized membership, after the Church of England.