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I Was Blind, but Now, I See

November 17, 2016

Thought for Wednesday

In our daily walk, we will have a choice to do what pleases God or the world. Satan desires to sift us as wheat, but Jesus has already prayed for us. When we were in the world, we walked in darkness. When Jesus came into our hearts, our eyes was opened and we can see clearly through the eyes of Jesus and what God requires of us. We cannot afford the luxury of playing. We must not let skin color or anything separate us from the love of Christ. We don’t have time to continue playing. The handwritting is on the wall. Jesus is coming back soon!

We can attempt to deceive ourselves that we are righteous and speak with the voice of angels but God knows our hearts. When we give our lives to Christ, we can no longer fit into this world; we have been transformed. We have to choose if we are going to serve God or the world. On this journey, we will face obstacles daily, but we must remain steadfast in our faith. Don’t allow anyone to shake your faith in God. Don’t allow another person cause you to go to Hell.

As the Apostle Paul stated: “we will face Spiritual wickness in high places. All of the wickness will not be Spiritual; just pure evil. Satan used Judas (one of the inner circle) to betray Jesus. He will use a person in our inner circle to betray us. Satan does not always use a stranger to do his dirty work. It could be a friend or co-worker. For this reason, betrayal makes the wounds that much deeper.

Jeus is telling us “My dear children, I wish not that you sin. If any man sin, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous”. (1 John 2:1) When we realized that we have sinned, we can repent, ask Jeus to forgive us of our sins and “create in us a clean heart and renew a right spirit within us”. (Psalms 51:10)

Prayer: Father, open our Spiritual blind eyes. Forgive us of our sins, take our hand, precious Lord and lead us home. One day, I was blind but now; I can see. You opened my eyes, gave me a reason to live and motivated me to go on in the name of Jesus. Father, I thank You for Your grace and mercy. Amen

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