Anthony Wynn Ministries

A New Name

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Welcome to the “A New Name” course! Within this course, we will explore the profound significance of receiving a new name from Christ and how it transforms our identity and destiny.

Our parents pick out our first name and middle name, and our last name is inherited. Similarly, we inherit our name from Christ when we accept Him into our hearts. Just as our last name ties us to our earthly family, our new name from Christ binds us to our spiritual family and reflects our identity in Him.

Genesis 5:1 establishes the foundation of our exploration, revealing that the book of Genesis contains the generations of Adam. From Adam, we inherit our earthly lineage, but through Christ, we receive a new spiritual lineage.

As we delve deeper into the scriptures, we confront the reality of human mortality. Genesis 5:5 reminds us of Adam’s lifespan of 930 years, yet the repeated phrase “And he died” in the King James Bible echoes the inevitability of death for every individual, emphasizing the fleeting nature of human existence.

1 Corinthians 15:22 confronts us with the harsh truth: those in Adam die. But there’s hope in Christ. Through Him, we can overcome and inherit eternal life. Hebrews 9:27 underscores the singular appointment every individual has: to die. Yet, through the power of prayer in the name of Jesus, we can transcend the grip of death and find eternal salvation.

Mark 9:48 paints a vivid picture of the eternal death described as a place where the worm does not die, and the fire is not quenched. It’s a terrifying prospect, lasting forever, and the speaker emphasizes that God doesn’t send people to hell; they choose to reject Him.

But there’s good news. Romans 5:8 reminds us that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Through His sacrifice, we have the opportunity for redemption and a new identity in Him.

Isaiah 62:2 prophesies a future where we will be called by a new name, signifying our transformation and renewal in Christ. This theme is echoed in Revelation 3:12, where Jesus promises to write upon us a new name, symbolizing our eternal belonging to Him.

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