Friday, December 16, 2016

TAKING CONFIDENCE IN HIS CONFIDENCE OF YOU *A Guilt Relief Release*

'Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.' - John 5 vs 24

Hello Dearly Beloved in the LORD and Highly Esteemed in Christ, I bring you greetings in the Name of JESUS. Evidently JESUS said to me one time that the end time agenda of satan the devil is to weaken the confidence and assurance of Salvation in the consciences of the Believers, and that's why I'm all out to attack that mission! You know, many Believers are not confident as to their been saved, they are not sure about it if they're gonna make it to Heaven. That will be corrected, and the evidence of HIS Salvation will be born in your Spirit after reading this Grace. Peace!

I remember waiting on the LORD, and HE said to me that HE is more confident about our Salvation than any of us can ever be. Waow. Mhen I was blown out. And that voice of the LORD came to me from our opening scripture. That's the LORD speaking there, HE said that any one who has believed is passed from death to life. HE didn't say will pass (probably if he does right), but no; HE says he has passed already! That's profound. It takes a confident man to talk like this, and here comes the LORD saying it. That shows us how confident HE is about all those who have Believed in HIM, never to come into condemnation nor judgement.

Beloved, when someone gets confident about something, then he got some back up which stands as the fuel to his confidence. When a student confidently walks straight to the front row in an Examination, it shows he gots some stuff in his head; when a little boy commands an elderly man at the Mall, check it, he's the child of a wealthy/influential personality. What am I trying to say, no one exudes confidence without a back up. Uhmmm. That must mean that JESUS spoke thus confidently because there's a back-up somewhere as to why HE said what HE said. Now I have a Question for JESUS, pay attention to the interaction;

'Sir, what do you mean by he that believes in you shall never come into condemnation but has passed from death unto life? Why is this so?'

Note Dear, the question of "why" is the back-up I'm talking about. Why is that guy so confident in this examination? Because he read! You see? His reading is the backup/reason behind HIS confidence of going straight to the front row. Lol. So I Am asking JESUS now, Sir, what's the reason behind your confident affirmation of our Eternal Security? You get it? Yea. Now this is HIS Answer;

'In those days shall Judah be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell safely: and this is the name wherewith she shall be called, The LORD our righteousness.' - Jeremiah 33 vs 16 {KJV}

The LORD our Righteousness. Oooo, what Peace that is to my Heart. Hallelujah! The LORD wanna answer my question now;

'Beloved, it is evident that you will never come into condemnation neither will you ever know what hell looks like because there can never be found on you spots, neither is there any sin in you.'

Then I say, 'LORD, as I speak with you, I have just lusted in my Heart, I'm dying of this masturbation, and you know of it and see it very clearly, how come you say there's no sin in me, I am obviously a sinner LORD.'

'Beloved, if I am your Righteousness, it means in your deeds, in your thoughts, in your words, I am the Standard of your Judgement before GOD. If I am guilty in my deeds, my thoughts and in my words, then you are guilty; but if it is impossible for ME to be with sin in my deeds, thoughts and words, if I am perfect and blameless in my deeds, in my thoughts and in my words, then you are perfect and blameless indeed. If I pass, you passed.'

'O LORD, I feel so much Peace now and Rest in my Soul. O I am free LORD, I feel like jumping into the sky, LORD what Joy has filled my Soul. I am eternally grateful to you, I will serve you forever.'

GOD Bless You.
- Jenning U. Angel

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