Have you confessed Jesus as your Saviour?

Philippians 1:6

Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ:

Do you feel like you can’t be helped out of your “situation”?

When we surrender our lives to The Lord and accept that Jesus is the ONE and ONLY Saviour that God has provided for us to know our Heavenly Father and you have confessed this, that He has already “begun a good work in you”?

We come to Him as we are. We then do not want to do those sins against God that hurt Him. Sometimes things are easy to stop ~drinking~ cussing~ etc. Other struggles may not be. Smoking was a huge struggle for me. Some personal issues with dealing with people ~forgiveness~ has been a struggle. BUT GOD…ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE FOR HIS HONOR AND GLORY! He teaches me and has shown me that I have been forgiven so I have no right not to forgive others that have wronged me. (Another topic)

If we try to come to Him in a state of perfection…well…no one would be able to come to Him.

BUT we can not continue in a state of rebellion against God. We shouldn’t want to.

Keep praying and trusting The Lord for your healing in what ever it is that you struggle with. He loves us enough to show us what those struggles are. When those things are CONQUERED all glory goes to God and we can confess to those that struggle with those things we have ❤ Spreading His Gospel for those souls that are lost. When we have been allowed won through Christ Jesus we should yearn for others to have that same FREEDOM from the bondages of life  ❤

He loves you. You have accepted Him as your personal Saviour. Now let His Holy Spirit that is with you guide you, teach you and help you become new each day!

WHAT A GREAT, MIGHTY AWESOME GOD WE HAVE! Just look at creation to know the TRUE CREATOR ❤ JUST AMAZES ME TO NO END ❤

Whoever you are that is struggling~ I love you ~ and want you to know there IS a way out~ THE WAY MAKER~ JESUS ❤

*Isaiah 1:18~” 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.”

Amen.

 

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