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WFJ: Perfect in weakness!

5 August 2009 No Comment

I love you with an everlasting love (Jeremiah 31:3), for I know your heart and that you’re trying to do the right thing, although you might not always succeed to do everything as you would like, and perhaps as you should. But that’s a matter of simply learning to do things at the right time, according to the right order of priorities, by organizing your life properly!

I don’t consider that a sin, but a “weakness” that needs to be strengthened! Some people think that their failures are sins, but failures are not sins! Sin is when you do something that you know it’s wrong, and you purposely defy and disobey My commandments! But failures are due to your human nature, which is not perfect, and your incapability to live up to your expectations, that’s when “you fail”! But, in all of that, I don’t fail, for “My strength is made perfect in weakness.” (2Corinthians 12:9)

And what does My Word say about your sins? “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God!” (Romans 3:23) That statement implicates that sin is a common state in which all human beings are born in! Everyone is a sinner! But the next verse also says that they are “being justified freely by His grace through the redemption in Christ Jesus.” (Romans 3:24) And who are they who are “being justified freely by His grace”? All those who have sinned!

So, yes, you are a sinner and come short of God’s glory! But, are you condemned for it? No, because you are justified freely by My Father’s grace! Why? Because He knows that, although you’re a sinner, you’re not capable to do anything about it, and you cannot save yourself from it, unless you are justified freely by His grace! So, does He condemn you for coming short of His glory? No, instead He sent Me “to be a propitiation through faith in My blood.” (Romans 3:25) Do you have faith that My blood washes you clean? Then you don’t have to feel condemned, for “there is no condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus” (Roman 8:1)! Just simple repent and walk away from it!

You can walk away from your failures and sins, without fearing condemnation, but being grateful that “My grace is sufficient” (2 Corinthians 12:9), to keep you clean in God’s sight, not because of your righteousness, but because of My blood that “cleanses you from all sin” (1 John 1:7) and makes them appear pure and “white” (Isaiah 1:18) before My Father! Isn’t it wonderful? That’s how much the Father and I love you!”

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