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The Problem We All Face

There is something common with nearly every article when we read the news. Almost all of it is bad news!

When was the last time you heard good news?

At Metamorphic, we know that this world needs grace. But to realise it, we must admit there is a problem.

There is a problem that every single one of us faces, no matter our ethnicity, location, financial situation, or health. We all face the same problem.

Grace is about good news, but first, let’s understand the bad news.

In the beginning, God created man and breathed His Spirit into him. Humans were made to be connected with God. However, they were deceived by satan and disobeyed God. Sin entered the world, and, because God is Holy, He separated man from Himself.

This is the bad news.

Man has sinned, we’re separated from God, and we face satan, who opposes us.

The Bible says, “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God”. (Romans 3:23)

ALL have sinned. We ALL have this problem.

But praise God, because of His mercy and grace, He gave a solution! Find out the solution here.

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