Tuesday, August 29, 2017


'For I will be merciful to their unrighteousness, and their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more.' - Hebrews 8 vs 12

Greetings dearly beloved of God in Christ Jesus. Grace be to you and peace from God our father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ. It's always a privilege for me to bring to you the word of the Lord at all times, for the lifting and edifying of your soul, which is the working of the grace of God. Be lifted by this timely Word from the Lord Jesus to you. Amen.

This Word was born out of compassion for the Lord's children who want their relationship with God back, but their sins seem to be so many before their eyes insomuch that they are left in a terrible state of pain and condemnation; they have lost fellowship with the Father, they really want to pray to God, but there is just this flow that is missing, they want to call Him Father again, but they can't boldly do so because of the multitude of their sins; the painful feeling of condemnation even gets worst when such person already knows of the grace of God, they feel they have abused the Grace, that's the lie the devil tells them and they feel even more condemned. Uhmmm. But what says the Lord? The Lord says that you should behold the unchangeableness of His Word. What you are about to read now is the word of God - your sins can't change it, neither can your sins undo it; the word of God has been said, and your sins can't unsay it - that's how unchanging God's word is. So receive it right now and be lifted and transformed. Amen.

'...where sin abounded, grace did much more abound...' - Romans 5 vs 20 {KJV}

It says that where sin abounded, Grace did much more abound. In other words, where sin multiplied, in that very place Grace out-shined the multiplicity of sin! Ooo, the Lord wants you to know that in your life where there's so much sin, He has already provided much more and abundant Grace which out-weighs the weight of the multitude of your sins no matter how gross they are. - Selah. Hold on, I'm not encouraging you to sin neither am I giving you a license to continue in sin, but I am bringing to you TRUTH, irrespective of how it looks, it doesn't change it from being the truth. It says 'where sin abounded': meaning, in the life where sin is present, the measure of Grace available for that Believer outweighs the measure of sin present. Look at our opening Bible passage, that's God talking (so you better listen!); He says that their sins and their iniquities He will remember no more. Ooo wait a minute, there's something God said right there that He didn't say, and that thing is this "to remember something means you had knowledge of it before". Now if God is gonna remember our sins and our iniquities no more, it means He doesn't know if you sinned the sin! Because if He knows, then He remembers! - Think about it

Listen friend, God doesn't have the knowledge that you fornicated, neither does he have the knowledge that you stole or committed adultery. It's not heresy, it's taking the Word as it is given. God has decided never to remember our sins! Think about this, how could God see sin in us when He Himself gave this to us;

'Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth.' - Romans 8 vs 33 {KJV}

Note the word any thing! Meaning God justified us from all sin! Anything called sin, God declared us not guilty, that's what it means to justify. So how could that same God hold you guilty of adultery? How could He hold you guilty of fornication? How could He hold you guilty of masturbation? In fact, if you have been struggling with masturbation, behold that satanic appetite has left you forever! Amen. Now how could God hold someone He has justified guilty of sin? - Think about it. This was the grace God determined to give to us, therefore He said He will remember our sins no more, because He will never count a sin on us. O Glory to His holy name forever! Amen.

'Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin.' - Romans 4 vs 8 {KJV}

We are that blessed man spoken about. Hallelujah!

Know this about God, God does not find fault;

'If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.' - James 1 vs 5 {KJV}

It says that God upbraideth not. The word "Upbraid" means "To find fault". So he says that God does not find fault. Know this about God!

Dearly beloved, why not lift up those hands of yours that God has made holy and say sweet things to your Father your God; why not tell Him how sweet He is, how precious is His grace, how wonderful are His mercies... Why not offer praise unto His gracious name right now! Yea c'mon.

I believe Life has come into you and your confidence in approaching God has being restored.

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Amen.

- Jenning U. Angel


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