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When Does A Changed Life Begin

When you accept the living God as your savior when does a transformation begin?

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 ---Tonya on 8/11/06
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When Jesus came and saved me there was an immediate transformation. "If anyone is in Christ he is a new creation; old things have passed away behold all things have become new" (2 Corinthians 5:17). There is also an ongoing sanctification process for the rest of our lives on earth.
---Helen_5378 on 11/11/07


Tonya, when you decide to submitt to God and give up the me ,me,me,me,me attitude,and become a servant to the kingdom.jesus said anyone who would be the greatest must be a servant to all.LOVE true love of God and your fellow man,thats the answer.no more me,me,me,me, whats in it for me attitudes.
---tom2 on 9/2/06


The transformation starts to take place as you exchange in your mind your old (past)(What your being saved from) way of believing and except in its place what God's word says as Truth. Romans 12 1-2.You can be born again, but the mind has to continue to accept the Truth in God's word. Give up our polutted way taught by Satan - for the Truth taught to us by the Holy Spirt. Jesus said, (hey look!)"I AM the Way, The Truth and The Life"
---Linda3939 on 9/1/06


I can tell the difference in my spiritual health when I miss a few services for some reason, or if I am not praying or reading my bible every day. I feel these are necessary for continued spiritual transformation. You can also see a difference in the progress of an active member of Christ's body and in someone who just shows up to church, but does not contribute in any way. Think what would have happened if Paul would have slacked on evangelising the Gentiles!
---melissa on 8/13/06


I got saved alone,at home. I felt like I had made a decision to serve God, but the changes at first were not earth-shattering. After I was baptized, change was more rapid and obvious. More spiritual transformation has come with each prayer, bible study and public testimony or witness I have completed. Also, church work such as teaching, helping with bible school, or even something as simple as helping an elderly brother or sister carry something to their car, helps a new convert grow in the Lord.
---melissa on 8/13/06




When we repent and we are baptized in his
Name we are transformed not reformed we don't except him he except us. Jesus gave Peter the keys to the kingdom which is the plan of salvation acts 2-38
---Betty on 8/12/06


When we repent and we are baptized in his
Name we are transformed not reformed we don't except him he except us. Jesus gave Peter the keys to the kingdom which is the plan of salvation acts 2-38
---Betty on 8/12/06


It began when you accepted His atoning sacrifice and continues with the renewing of your mind through the word of God. It is a never ending process
---Josef on 8/12/06


tonya,you need to read the parable of the sower in mattew chapter 13. it tells of transformation in one type of believer only.
---tom2 on 8/11/06


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