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Charlotte Joos
Charlotte Joos
5 years ago

I love this about God! I have to remind myself, as a recovering self-righteous hypocrite, of all God saved me from. Sometimes we tend to look at ourselves and think it is somehow “easier” for God to forgive us our sins because “we” think we aren’t as bad as so-and-so. The fact is, it was so bad, that the only way to forgive me of my sin was to die in my place. It is the same payment. It was costly. And it definitely wasn’t easy, but He did it willingly. Oh, that the whole world would come to know… Read more »

Rebecca Adams
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5 years ago
Reply to  Charlotte Joos

“Recovering self-righteous hypocrite”
Amen and amen!!
“Easier” for God to forgive my sin…so guilty of this.

nicole
nicole
5 years ago

Interesting because I was just thinking about this last night as I prayed through Psalms 150. I was thinking about the impact it would have if renown atheist Stephen Hawkins received salvation and recanted his beliefs
. I was challenged that God can do the impossible .

Rebecca Adams
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5 years ago
Reply to  nicole

We are so easily fooled into thinking that the Lord is barely capable of small things.
Thanks for sharing, Nicole!

Connie
Connie
5 years ago

Wow. This lesson spoke to me. It had never occured to me to pray for the evil leaders such as Kim Jong-Un. I had prayed for them to be stopped, but not for them to be changed as Saul was. Paul’s conversion story is one of my favorite Bible passages. I saw it in a whole new light (pun intended!) today. Thank you.

Rebecca Adams
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5 years ago
Reply to  Connie

What a great takeaway and encouragement for each of us!

Rebecca Adams
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5 years ago
Reply to  Kendra Moberly

Oh awesome question!! Never thought of that!