The message of salvation is wonderful.
In a world filled with troubles and problems, one can always find comfort in
the knowledge of God. Part of that knowledge is knowing that one’s sins are
forgiven. Guilt is a destructive force and has crippled many people. Even after
time has passed and others have forgotten, we can still feel guilty over sins
and mistakes. This guilt sometimes is enhanced when one comes to know God through
Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered.
Romans 4:7 (KJV)
We can rejoice
on today knowing that God delights in mercy and forgiveness. The only thing He
requires is that we are open and honest with Him about our weaknesses. Some
feel that God gets tired of them and does not want to have mercy on them. This
is simply not true.
reveal the longsuffering and mercy of God, even upon people who did not deserve
it. How much the more will have mercy and bestow grace upon those who come to
Him in sincerity? Do not trust only the forgiveness you received when you received
Christ but trust the forgiveness that is available even after coming to Him.
Prayer of the Week:
“I thank you for your willingness to forgive me.
I give you thanks for it on today. Amen.”