Morning Revival Exercises – Confessing Your Sins


Verses for Today

Romans 3:23 For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God

Matthew 1:21 And she will bear a son, and you shall call His name Jesus, for it is He who will save His people from their sins.

1 John 1:7 But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from every sin. 

1 John 1:9 If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

Psalm 103:12 As far as the east is from the west, / So far has He removed our transgressions from us.


When we sin, there is a separation between us and God; we just can’t look Him in the eye so easily because there is a real guilt of sin with us. By confessing we can be free from this guilt and this separation. This is something we should deal with as soon as we can. When we come to the Lord in the morning and are conscious of any sin we’ve committed, we should confess to the Lord right away and receive His forgiveness.

Notice how 1 John 1:9 says, “that if we confess our sins, HE IS FAITHFUL and RIGHTEOUS to forgive us…” In other words, His forgiveness is based on who He is and what He’s done. All we have to do on our side to receive His forgiveness is to confess. This is the best news of the day! For anyone who confesses, Jesus Christ is there to forgive. Hallelujah! 

God actually has to forgive us – not only because He said that He would and He would surely not go against His own word, but because He is even righteously obligated to forgive us. To see this, we must understand God’s righteousness. God required the shedding of blood for our sins. God is righteous, altogether just. He cannot simply turn a blind eye to injustices. He judges sinners righteously, and, because He cannot tolerate any sin, the Bible tells us that the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23).

In His great mercy and wisdom, God made a plan to save us from the wages of sin. He sent His only Son, Jesus Christ, this One who is God, Jehovah, the Great I Am (John 8:24, 58), to die in our stead and to pay the price for our sins. Isaiah 53:5 says: “But He was wounded because of our transgressions; / He was crushed because of our iniquities; / The chastening for our peace was upon Him, / And by His stripes we have been healed.” and verse 8 of the same chapter says that, “He was cut off out of the land of the living / For the transgression of my people to whom the stroke was due”. 

Jesus Christ was the sinless one. He did not have to die for Himself because He had no sin. Yet he paid the price for all the sins of mankind. The debt that we owed was fully paid. By His death on the cross, all of God’s righteousness could be fulfilled. God required the blood, and Jesus’ blood satisfied God’s requirement. Matthew 1:21 says: “And she will bear a son, and you shall call His name Jesus, for it is He who will save His people from their sins.” Had you realized that Jesus was born to come and die for us? How we praise and thank Him! We were supposed to die for our sins, but God gave us Jesus as the provision to satisfy God’s righteous requirement.  (, Forgiven because God is Faithful and Righteous , Dec 23, 2020)

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Morning Revival – The best time


Verses for today

Psalm 5:3 O Jehovah, in the morning You will hear my voice; In the morning I will set forth my words in order to You, and I will watch.

Psalm 88:13 But I, O Jehovah, have cried out to You; and in the morning my prayer comes before You.

Lamentations 3:22-23a It is Jehovah’s lovingkindness that we are not consumed, for His compassions do not fail; they are new every morning…

John 4:10 Jesus answered and said to her, If you knew the gift of God and who it is who says to you, Give Me a drink, you would have asked Him, and He would have given you living water.

Proverbs 4:18 But the path of the righteous is like the light of dawn, which shines brighter and brighter until the full day.


To be revived is simply to be touched by the Lord anew. Everyone can have a morning revival. Without this new beginning every morning, we cannot have a proper Christian life during the day. The best time to be revived is in the morning!

Every morning, after rising up, go to a definite place in your home, tune everything out, and contact the Lord Jesus.

Let us begin to build up the practice of morning revival. You might start out with 5 minutes, but don’t worry too much about the time; just do your best to contact the living Christ. If you are new to this practice, great! That’s what this series is about, for us to help one another!

Here are some of the many things you can do do be revived each morning. And below is an excellent video tutorial.

  • Pray to God
  • Call on His Name
  • Tell Him you love Him
  • Praise Him
  • Pray-Read a verse
  • Confess your sins
  • Sing to God

The Heavenly Vision

In the Summer of 2021, a few Christian clubs around the Mountain States gathered on Zoom to talk about the heavenly vision that the Apostle Paul saw during his conversion in Acts 9; the same heavenly vision he mentioned to King Agrippa that he was obedient to throughout his life (Acts  26:19 ).

As we unravel the Heavenly Vision, we see six main things that the apostle Paul saw.

1. The Vision of Christ
2. The
Vision of the Church
3. The Vision of the Body
4. The Vision of the Self
5. The Vision of the World
6. The Vision of Consecration Continue reading “The Heavenly Vision”

Weekly Video – The Vision of Consecration

Consecration is about responding to the heavenly vision. One example mentioned in the message is, when the Lord shines on anything in our being, if He says something to us, when He exposes something in our life, we don’t need to hide nor make a promise to the Lord saying, “this is the last time.”. Rather, we just need to agree with Him. “That’s true Lord. I am that way. Forgive and cleanse me.” Then we can continue advancing in the Lord.

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Weekly Video – The Vision of The World


What can we do about all the things systematized by Satan to occupy us and frustrate us from accomplishing the purpose of God? We can always ask the question, “How is this thing affecting my relationship with God the Father?”

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Weekly Video – The Vision of The Self


The self is something that frustrates God from fulfilling His purpose. There is a relationship between Satan, the self, and the soul-life. How can we be freed from self and play a part in fulfilling God’s purpose? Watch and see!

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Weekly Video – The Vision of The Body of Christ


This week we see how the church is the Body of Christ. God became a man and died for us; this we might already know. But did you know that He gave us His very life? By having His life we become the members of His Body. 

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Weekly Video – The Vision of The Church


This week we see how interwoven the vision of Christ is with the vision of the church. The Vision of Christ – “I am Jesus”, The Vision of the church – “persecuting me”.

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Review of 2018 Club Activities


Thank you to all who have been participating in this year’s welcome activities. It has been a joy getting to know the new students. We also praise the Lord Jesus for our getting more built together through these get-togethers!

This year’s welcome activities included the Welcome Dinner, the Gospel Dinner, hiking to Twin Lakes and recreation times at Sunnyside Park.

Let’s keep pursuing Christ together. We still have more activities that you can join:

Bible Studies
Recreation Times

Contact us to participate!