Many in the body of Christ are going to experience the Lord’s sustaining and empowering grace like never before. They are going to move beyond their limitations as they learn to stay in the flow of the empowering grace by looking unto the Lord.
Can the statement “God hates the sin but loves the sinner” potentially convey an incomplete and incorrect view of God? Will God overlook sin and reduce it to mere human weakness and not judge the sinner? Do we often overemphasis the love factor and downplay the hate factor of God? How can God love and hate at the same time?
Why is that some of God’s people continually experience His divine peace and enjoy it, while others fail? Are you a child of God and wondering why I can’t enjoy this peace on a continual or consistent basis? To help you, let’s look and consider some possible reasons.
Beloved, we are not settlers, we are pilgrims on this earth. We are on a journey of pursuing God, His will and to be a part of what He is building. And we haven’t arrived yet. The Lord is building a city with permanent and lasting foundations.
As in the natural, we have the judicial system in every nation to render punishment to the guilty, similarly by His very nature of being a righteous, holy and just Judge of the Universe, God will punish the sinners. God in His love and mercy, desires that no one should perish and be lost forever in Hell.
A new season in the spirit is fast approaching and I believe it has already started opening. The Lord is calling His people to pursue heaven’s agenda on earth with greater focus and concentration and not to be distracted by what you hear and see in the world.
Our world was never meant to be like it is presently. We are actually living and experiencing an inferior life in a fallen inferior world. We may not perceive the reality of this truth now but in time the human race will clearly understand.
God doesn’t want you to run away from problems. He wants you to face them by standing on His word. When you fight and refuse to give up, you will become more glorious in the process.
God makes it very clear that man will die once and then will face judgment. You may think, how is this possible that one dies and yet one lives to appear before God to be judged. To understand how you will continue to be alive, you need to understand how God created you.