Summary: New life in Christ is a blessed life that glorifies God.

New life in Christ is an exciting life and a

soul-refreshing experience, which cannot be

ignored. It is living by the grace of God and

walking in the path of faith. It’s not a life of

fantasy but reality.

The dramatic effects of being in Christ are

far beyond the deceitful works of self-righteous

men. Its vividness cannot be captured and

expressed by world famous artist; neither can be

spoken by great orators of our time. Its

sweetness and grace cannot be compared with sweet

music played by the best violin virtuoso of all

times. Truly, it’s not from men, but an amazing

miracle of God.

New life in Christ produces unspeakable joy

that stays for eternity. Renewed life in Christ

is a life-changing relationship with the Savior.

It creates new desires in the hearts of

believers. It’s a wonderful freedom guided by the

Gospel rule of life.

(I) New Desire

Colossians 3:1, 2 Matthew 6:19-21

-Heavenly desires

*Desire that pleases the Lord.

He who loves the Lord will not leave the Word.

He who leaves the Lord will surely love the world.

(II) New Image

Colossians 3:10 II Corinthians 5:17

-After the image of Christ

II Corinthians 3:17, 18

Having a good image is a great advantage, much

more if we use it in the service of the King.

(III) New Purpose

Colossians 3:17

-To glorify the Lord

God created us not for our own glory, but for

His honor and glory.

(IV) New Master

Colossians 3:24

-The Lord Jesus Christ

The best of all servants is he who faithfully

serves the Lord Jesus until He comes.

Living in Christ blocks the desire of our old

man, so that the Holy Spirit could work according

to the will of God. A Spirit-led life glorifies

our Heavenly Father. It is a life filled with

godly knowledge and moral excellence; a life

guided by the Word of God; and enhanced through

godly goals. New life in Christ is not a life of

vanity and emptiness, but a life with a purpose

and certainty, and could be enjoyed through our

Christian service and sweet fellowship with our

Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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