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STOP CONDEMNING YOURSELF BY PROPHET NANASEI OPOKU SARKODIE

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Prophet Nanasei Opoku Sarkodie


MONDAY MARCH 11


STOP CONDEMNING YOURSELF


I, even I, am he that blots out your transgressions for my own sake, and will not remember your sins.

ISAIAH 43:25


Guilt is when you begin to feel that you have not been forgiven. So many Christians live with a sense of self-condemnation; they are always reminding themselves of something they did wrong in the past. There is nothing you can do about your past. The only way to deal with past mistakes is to confess, forsake and forget them. The Bible says, “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us all our sins” (1John 1:9). It is one thing for God to forgive you, and another thing to forgive yourself.


I have talked to many Christians who ask me, "Man of God, are you sure God can forgive me of this sin?" And the answer is always a big ‘Yes’, because I know from scriptures that there is no sin in this world the blood of Jesus cannot wipe. In case you are battling with any sin, just immerse it in the blood of Jesus. There is still the tendency that you will commit sin in the future. I am not by this giving you the license to go and sin (Rom 6:15), but in case you sin in the future, ask God to forgive you and continue the process of sanctification in your Christian walk.


PRAYER:

Pray and ask God to purge your conscience of any guilt and self-damnation. (Psalm 51:2)


TODAY`S QUOTE:

Once you think that God is holding on to your sins, the enemy traps you.

SCRIPTURE READINGS:

Isaiah 1:18, Psalm 32:1-2

1 YEAR BIBLE READING:

Deuteronomy 14-16 and Mark 12:28-44

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