For if our heart condemn us,

by | Apr 25, 2018

For if our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart, and knoweth all things. 1 John 3:20

One of the challenges of the Christian Faith is that satan the enemy comes around to put the guilt sign on the child of God thereby making him/ her feel unworthy to serve and receive Blessings continually from God. 

God is reassuring you today not to allow the enemy to weigh you down in your God-given assignments through your self-pity, wrong and wrong thoughts about yourself.

You may have missed Him from what you initially consider a simple thing to a huge issue. Don’t cut out your fellowship with Him because of that incident, even if that’s the way you are feeling. 

The strategy of the enemy is first to tempt a person to sin, and after that, he comes with the terrible evil emotional thoughts about betraying God. Subsequently, you don’t feel like praising and praying to God and even to attend fellowship becomes an option for consideration.

Don’t allow yourself to be lured out of God’s Presence. You cannot hide anything from Him however you get the ability to recover and be restored when you confess your sins. Whenever you make a mistake. Repent of your sin and make a quality decision involving structures that will ensure you don’t fall again. 

With the assurance of the unfailing love of God get back into right fellowship with God.

“The Lord lifts the fallen and those bent beneath their loads.”

 “My dear children let’s not just talk about love; let’s practice real love. This is the only way we’ll know we’re living truly, living in God’s reality. It’s also the way to shut down debilitating self-criticism, even when there is something to it. For God is greater than our worried hearts and knows more about us than we do ourselves.” 

Don’t stay out of His Presence no matter how you may feel. 

Remember how welcoming the father in  The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32) was to the repented and returning son. 

“He will lift us up when we stumble 

We are the Apple of His Eyes 

We have A Great Big wonderful God…”


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