God’s Seven Wonders, Part II
Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me. REVELATION 3:20
The fourth of God’s seven wonders is the wonder of conversion. The word conversion means “to change, to turn.” You cannot convert yourself: you have to have God help you repent. The Holy Spirit helps us say “no” to sin and “yes” to Christ—and He gives us new life. The fifth wonder is the gift of peace and joy that Christ gives. God’s wondrous love and the gracious forgiveness He offers through Jesus Christ bring peace and joy. The sixth wonder is God’s plan for the future. I look forward to that day when He will return. What a glorious day that will be when we see Him face-to-face! The seventh wonder of God is your own commitment to Jesus Christ. He has come to save you, but He won’t force you to make that commitment. Have you committed your life to Him—totally and without reserve? Love, Incarnation, the Cross, conversion, peace and joy, God’s plan, your commitment to Jesus—God definitely is the God of wonders!