October 15, 2018

[Daily Devotion] God can restore you after you sin (Gospelcity blog)

God restores you after you sin.
Daily Devotion for couple

"Therefore thus saith the LORD, If thou return, then will I bring thee again, and thou shalt stand before me: and if thou take forth the precious from the vile, thou shalt be as my mouth: let them return unto thee; but return not thou unto them.(KJV).

When you turn into a devotee to Christ, you are conceived again into God's family, and you can't be unborn. In spite of the fact that the cooperation with God can be harmed by transgression, the relationship is still there. You're just a single step far from returning. 

Anyway, what would it be advisable for you to do when you sin? Single word: Return! Return to Christ. It's that basic. 

Isaiah 1:18 says, "Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool." (KJV). 

If at any point there were a wrongdoing you'd believe was indefensible, it would deny Jesus three times on the night he was sold out. Yet, Jesus knew Peter would deny him, and he even knew Peter would return to him. Actually, before it even occurred, Jesus said to Peter in the Upper Room, "But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not: and when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren." (Luke 22:32 KJV). 

Jesus realized that Peter's service would be more viable after his dissent than it was previously. Also, beyond any doubt enough, it was! Subside composed two of the books of the Bible called 1 and 2 Peter. At that point he imparted his diaries to a relative, and that is the good news of Mark. 

You may believe God's overlooked you. He hasn't. The Good Shepherd leaves the 99 sheep to pursue the one. He knows how you've fallen away. Regardless of whether it's occurred through one mammoth advance or a progression of frivolous advances that have abandoned you not as near Christ as you used to be, you have to supplicate what David asked when he returned to God in the wake of submitting infidelity. He stated, "Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit. " (Psalm 51:12 KJV). David did not need to supplicate, "God, reestablish to me my salvation," since he hadn't lost his salvation. He had lost the delight. 

Why not return home to Christ today?

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