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America recently remembered the 20th anniversary of 9-11, a tragic event that changed our country. Do you remember what you were doing when you heard about the planes crashing into the Twin Towers, the destruction that was done, the terrorist attack on the United States, and the lives that were lost? There are many events in history that have changed the course of our country. There are probably some other events in your life, some good and some bad, that made a lasting impression on you. For the remainder of your life you will never forget them. For example: your marriage, the birth of your child, the death of a family member, or a health issue.

The Bible gives numerous examples of Life Changers. When God told Abraham to leave his home of Ur and go to a land that he did not know, Abraham obeyed and became known as a man of faith. Mary Magdalene‘s life changed when Jesus cast seven demons out of her. She became His follower. The Bible says she ministered to Him and was the first one to see the resurrected Christ! Saul was a man who persecuted Christians, but that was quickly changed when he met Jesus and was saved on the Road to Damascus. He began to travel, proclaiming the Gospel and establishing churches. At the time of the Crucifixion of Christ, Jesus’ disciples were fearful. Peter denied Christ. Only John and the women were mentioned as being at the cross. After the resurrection the disciples were still afraid, meeting in the Upper Room with the doors locked. But after they saw the resurrected Christ and received the Holy Spirit, they became bold to preach and teach. They willingly risked and gave their lives to tell others the Gospel.

Do you remember changing points in your life? “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new” (2 Cor. 5:17). If you have been saved, you were changed from being spiritually dead to being spiritually alive. Your old ways were changed to new ones. Since then, you have probably had many other events that changed your life. Yield your life to God and let God’s Life Changers “make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you” (1 Pet 5:10).

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