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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Uncover and Confess Sin

Uncover and Confess Sin

"He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: 
but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy." 
(Proverbs 28:13)

Here is the way of mercy for a guilty and repenting sinner.
He must cease from the habit of covering sin.
This is attempted by falsehood, which denies sin; by hypocrisy, which conceals it;
by boasting, which justifies it; and by loud profession, which tries to make amends for it.

The sinner's business is to confess and forsake.
The two must go together. Confession must be honestly made to the Lord Himself,
 and it must include within itself acknowledgment of the wrong, sense of its evil,
and abhorrence of it.
We must not throw the fault upon others, nor blame circumstances, nor plead natural weakness.
We must make a clean breast of it and plead guilty to the indictment.
 There can be no mercy till this is done.

Furthermore, we must forsake the evil; having owned our fault,
we must disown all present and future intent to abide in it.
We cannot remain in rebellion and yet dwell with the King's majesty.
The habit of evil must be quitted, together with all places, companions,
pursuits, and books which might lead us astray.
Not for confession, nor for reformation,
but in connection with them we find pardon by faith in the blood of Jesus.

Special request:
 I have been praying to God Almighty in relation to my new residence and I need each of you please, to take me in your prayers, I need guidance, favor, and mercy it is one of the most important steps of my life I do not know if He wants me to go to my country, asking God Almighty to open doors wide open for whatever HIS decisions are, 
and to confirm thru his Holy Spirit. 
 He is the #1 in my life and the most important, the purpose of my life is for HIM to increase in every single way that I can share the pure Gospel and I'm certain that HIS Word never comes back void. 
Isaiah 55:11 King James Version (KJV)
So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth:
 it shall not return unto me void, 
but it shall accomplish that which I please, 
and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.