LIFE’S BARCODES

I recently purchased a license to produce barcodes for the products my company manufactures. U.P.C. skews are a global language of business. There is a prefix for origin, another for product identity and a string of numbers indicating the usage fee has been paid.  Once the usage fee is paid, I am granted full access to all purchased benefits without penalty.

Did you know your life in Christ is also skewed?

If you have accepted Jesus as your Savior a U.P.C. skew has been assigned to your soul. The prefixes identify us as a child of God with an eternal origin in Heaven. When the combinations of skewed numbers are scanned it registers redeemed by the blood of the Lamb; full access granted.

There are times we need to renew our barcode with Jesus.

I open my Bible each day with the user name: REDEEMED; password: CROSS.  On occasion God redirects me to a help page entitled “In Need of Service” to review the terms of my redemption and renew God’s grace in my life.

“In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace…” (Ephesians 1:7)

Here is the information needed to produce your unique heavenly U.P.C identity.

Username: REDEEMED
Password: CROSS
Country of Origin Prefix: HEAVEN
Product Identity Prefix: CHILD OF GOD
Payment Code: PAID FOR BY THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB (no expiration date)

Jesus paid our usage fee.

The death and resurrection of Christ has paid our usage fee. We have full access to the benefits of the cross and no expiration date applies. There are only three requirements for an eternal barcode.

1)       Obedience to God’s Word

2)      Acknowledge Jesus is Heaven’s barcode standard

3)       A willingness to continually review the terms of our redemption by asking forgiveness

It’s that simple!

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