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Not only do we fall into sin, but we fall into the same one we repented of times at the altar. However, I love how chapter 8 begins, because it stops focusing on our failures and points us to the solution — Jesus and His grace.
Great Resources to help you excel in ! If you have been denied access to comment due to a violation of these terms please do not create multiple accounts in an attempt to circumvent the system. Church-goers think repentance is something that will destroy them or is somewhat legalistic. Your walk with God can be on fire, but people will still remember how you had a baby out of wed-lock. I'm here to share with you 7 FREE Powerful yet practical tips that will revolutionize your life and relationship! I used to be one of those.
You are not condemned. There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. The only people who mess up are the ones who tried.
You can only break a fast when you are fasting. You can only become weary when you have been fighting.
Falling is inevitable, because you are human. But that is why we have the Holy Spirit, to guide us away from temptation and to restore us when we fall. Are your actions okay when you sin? Is God pleased with your decision to turn back to your sin? But I am here to tell you that it is okay for you to get back up again. No way am I telling you to keep committing your sin, but you have to understand that God expects growth, but He is fully aware that we are human.
There is grace for His children because we cannot do things on our own Psalms If thou, Lord, shouldest mark iniquities, O Lord, who shall stand? But there is forgiveness with thee, that thou mayest be feared. So for those who have fallen, and for those will fall tomorrow, please get back up again. Be sorrowful, be remorseful, be sincere in your repentance and get back up again. Take a break from social media if you must.
End some relationships if you see the cycle is repeating and no boundaries are being followed. Remember to stay engaged with us! Pray Psalms 51 when you get the chance. Welcome to the first day of NoLustNovember! This is a challenge for everyone to jump in on. One of the most dangerous things a believer can do is assume that they have it all together. Many Christians are under the impression that they cannot fall into sexual temptation.
I used to be one of those. Understand this, falling into sexual sin is common. Be willing to let go. But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart. And if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: When you talk about overcoming lust, many people target the symptoms rather than the real issue. Sometimes we even overcome and then turn back to our filth.
Sin never satisfies, it only pushes you to go further and further away from the presence of God. Are you disgusted with your sin yet? Ask God to remove those desires. Stop entertaining those desires and watch that sinful desire begin to fade out of your life. Be willing to examine your heart and take spiritual inventory. Are you willing to let go of your past life to embrace what God has for you? Your porn or Jesus?
Your ungodly friendships or Jesus? Your music that corrupts your heart or Jesus? Your feelings or Jesus? Your lust or Jesus? Your pride or Jesus? No man could satisfy.
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She went from man to man and still never found true love until she met Jesus. So what do you say……. Jesus satisfies, trust me. What I need you to do! Post a picture everyday with the hashtag NoLustNovember so we can be engaged together! Post a verse, prayer, or your journal talking about what God is sharing with you on this challenge. Someone recently messaged us asking for a blog for those who did the hurting, the cheating, the lying etc. It really struck me that I have allowed too much time to pass without mentioning this. Why is it that we love to bash those who hurt us, but not point them to where they can go to grow?
This may come as a surprise, but your ex deserves grace as well. They beat you up? Yeah they need grace as well. They need grace as well. They dumped you after making you think they loved you? Yeah Jesus still loves them the very same way that He loves you. But our goal is to help at least one person get restored back into who God designed them to be. Here are 3 things to understand in regards to your past mistakes: It does not define you.
Let me tell you something you already know: The devil does an amazing job at making us feel condemned. We all should feel remorse when we fall into sin and disobey God, but that should never define us. I am who God says I am, even if I am still struggling. There is a difference between someone who fell into sin and someone who deliberately lives a life of sin. Are you seeking God for growth and change? Then good, keep growing. God showed us that He can forgive the messiest people, use the most ignorant people and not once does he mention that we have no hope because of a weakness.
He shows us that He can help us in our weaknesses 2 Corinthians God could have easily condemned him, but David repented and continued to follow Jesus. That is what you need to do. Stop allowing your past to define you and allow it to push you to God for healing and restoration.
Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me. People will still talk, but you have to choose to ignore them. Some people may never trust you when they know you always lied in the past. Your relationship may have no trust for awhile since you cheated in the past. Your walk with God can be on fire, but people will still remember how you had a baby out of wed-lock.
Are people evil to see these things? Should that hinder your walk with God?