Tuesday, October 05, 2021


'For I know that in me (that is, in my flesh,) dwelleth no good thing: for to will is present with me; but how to perform that which is good I find not.' - Romans 7 vs 18

Greetings dearly beloved in Christ. Be lifted as you read. Amen.

Dearly beloved, never you beat yourself over your mistakes. If you could never make that mistake, you would never have made it. For the fact that you made that mistake, it means that you are imperfect, and you should not struggle with that. The dog barks because it is in the nature of a dog to bark. Likewise man, man lives in a body naturally prune to mistakes because of its corrupt nature. - Selah

By the knowledge of the Gospel we are transformed day by day. Nevertheless dearly beloved, as you attain this transformation, don't fret neither beat up yourself when you make mistakes. Always acknowledge like the Apostle Paul did, that there's nothing good in your human nature. Always acknowledge that in your flesh (natural human nature) dwells nothing good, and you will find peace by simply acknowledging that. - Selah

If nothing good dwells in your human nature, why are you torn apart that you have exhibited what is natural to your human nature to do? - Selah. Note, this is not an encouragement for anyone to live perpetually in error, no! But this acknowledgement of the human nature is an essential requirement to experiencing God's grace;

'And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.' - 2 Corinthians 12 vs 9 {KJV}

As you acknowledge your human nature, the grace of God becomes more evident and clear to the eyes of your spirit, because Grace is not visible where there is strength, Grace is only visible where there is weakness. Remember, Jesus came to call the sinners, not the righteous;

'I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.' - Luke 5 vs 32 {KJV}

It's only in weakness that a man can realize and feel the love of God towards him. It's only in a state of undeserving, that a man can truly taste God's grace, and attest that God is good. - Selah

Zacchaeus who was neglected by his own people (they called him a sinner), he was not associated with, the people neglected him,

'And when they saw it, they all murmured, saying, That he was gone to be guest with a man that is a sinner.' - Luke 19 vs 7 {KJV} 

This same Zacchaeus, the Lord said to him, "...today, I must stay at your house." Waow. What Grace! Zacchaeus couldn't believe his eyes, he never expected that embrace from the righteous Master because all he has had was judgment and segregation from his own people, and behold, the most righteous didn't mind his sinfulness, but chose to be in his house. Waow! Zacchaeus tasted Grace, Zacchaeus tasted Love. Remember I told you, it's only in weakness that a man can realize and feel the love of God. If Jesus said to a righteous man, "I am coming to your house to stay", he may not feel that Grace so much, but not a sinner who knows he doesn't deserve that company, and that was Zacchaeus' experience. - Selah

Dearly beloved, the Lord wants you to relax, He wants you to be free, He wants you to be at rest. Don't beat yourself over your mistakes again, just accept them, just accept your human nature, don't struggle with it.

'For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God...' - Ephesians 2 vs 8 {KJV}

Don't beat yourself over your mistakes again, just accept them, just accept your human nature, don't struggle with it. When you accept your human nature, it's easy for you to believe that indeed, you are saved by Grace, and not by your works, and that works peace mightily in you. Amen. Glory to God.

God's grace is with your spirit.
- Jenning U. Angel


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