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TEEVO FOR 4TH JUNE 2024 – HE WAS BORN AGAIN TOO!

TEENS RHAPSODY OF REALITIES FOR 4th June 2024.

The Rhapsody of Realities TeeVo 2024 is a daily devotional for teens. It is designed to inspire, encourage and strengthen you by providing you answer-from the perspective of God’s Word-to question of critical concern.

TEEVO - Rhapsody of Realities for Teens
Rhapsody of Realities Teevo

The Topic of Teens Rhapsody of Realities for Today 4th June 2024 Is “He Was Born Again Too!(Christ Jesus—the First Man To Be Born Again)”

Scripture; Revelation 1:5 NIV

“…Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, the firstborn from the
dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth.”

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2024 TEENS VOLUME RHAPSODY OF REALITIES – MESSAGE.

“Wait, what did you just say? Jesus was born again, how?” Aisha interrupted, almost with laughter, as Rohan shared the Gospel of Jesus with her.

“Yes, Aisha, I didn’t stutter or make a mistake; Jesus was the first one to be born again. If He wasn’t, we couldn’t be.”

You know, when I was a much younger Christian, as I went about preaching to people, asking them to receive Christ’s salvation and be born again, some of them confronted me with the question, “Why should I be born again when Jesus wasn’t even born again?” From my limited understanding at the time, I answered that Jesus didn’t have to be born again because He was the Son of God.

However, as I studied the Bible, I found out Jesus had to be born again, and He was indeed born again. The question that this may immediately bring to your mind would be: When was He born again? According to our opening scripture, Jesus was born again the day He was raised from the dead. So why did Jesus have to be born again? The answer is simple: He needed to be born again because He was made sin for us on the Cross. The Bible records that God “…made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him” (2 Corinthians 5:21).

Jesus took our place and became ‘us’ on the cross. When God looked at Jesus on that cross, He saw you, He saw me; He saw every man, woman, boy, and girl ever born, and that’ll ever be born into this world. Our sins were laid on Him, and He died in that state—our sin bearer—and was buried for us. But thank God it didn’t end there!

When He had paid the full penalty for our sins, the Bible says He was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father for our justification (Romans 6:4). He needed to be raised from the dead into a new life, the resurrection life, to prove that what He did for us was adequate for our justification. He’s called “the firstborn from the dead,” which means the first to come out of spiritual death and be born again. He heads up the new creation. Glory to God!

GO DEEPER
Colossians 1:18; Romans 8:29 AMPC; Acts 13:33

PRAY
Righteous Father, I thank you for the vicarious death and sacrifice of
Jesus in my behalf, by which I’ve been made righteous. Now, through His glorious resurrection, I live the divine life, reigning and ruling with Him from the heavenly realms, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

ONE YEAR BIBLE READING
John 18:28-19:1-16, 1 Chronicles 14-16

TWO-YEAR BIBLE READING
Mark 14:66-72, Deuteronomy 2

ACT
Study, meditate on, and commit Romans 6:4 to memory.

About ROR TEEVO 2024

The Rhapsody of Realities TeeVo is written by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome. This devotional is designed for teenagers to inspire, encourage and strengthen them by providing answer-from the perspective of God’s Word-to questions of critical concern… read more

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