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WHY PROLONGING THE MATTER?

“The LORD says, ” Now, let’s Settle The Matter. You are stained red with sin, but I will wash you as clean as snow. Although your stains are deep red, you will be as white as wool.” Isaiah 1:18 (GNT).

 

The hope of every suspect awaiting trial is dependent on the day his or her matter will be called up.

 

As far as the matter is prolonged, he remains in the same helpless and hopeless state of affliction; which can lead to incurable diseases, loss of value and untimely death, if nothing is done fast.

 

Prolonged matters can be devastating and destructive.

 

Whenever God calls up matters in our lives, our response becomes negative and we snobbishly or religiously adjourn such matter of direct concern, we tend to prolong our stay in our self-made affliction and spiritual awaiting trial.

 

God whose intention is continually good and perfect towards us (Jeremiah 29:11), can at most start up the process of obtaining release by first calling up those matters for a hearing: He knows the intention of our adversary-Satan who accuses us day and night to close our matter without hearing (Rev 12:10, John 10:10).

 

Because God is the Judge, He will not want to adjourn the matter, if only you will admit, you are guilty before Him, Confess those sins, forsake them and plead for mercy. (Psalm 32:3-5, 1John 1:9).

 

You can make it a one-time hearing even today and now! to your favour.

 

“Those who make a practice of sin are straight from the Devil…here’s how you tell the difference between God’s Children and the Devils; The ones who won’t practise righteous ways isn’t from God…A simple test” (1John 3:8A, 10A and C) (message)

 

Every sinner is in spiritual awaiting trial: he is kept in Satan’s inner prison-inside his prison yard, pending on when the sinner’s matter is called up.

 

Whatever you offer a man awaiting trial, can never replace his endless quest for true freedom.

 

Has the Lord in love and mercy called up your matter? And you covered it with pride arrogance or your many religious activities?.

 

Do you get angry, pretend or build stronger self-defence whenever Jesus confronts you with those secret matters that nobody knows about you?

 

Why are you prolonging the matters of SIN?. you know it.

 

Be wise! Don’t adjourn this matter again. Settle it with Jesus.

 

Quit those activities occupying you and appear with tears on your knees before the judge of you soul. For Him to acquit you of your accuser. For that reason Jesus died; He shed his blood to wash your sins away, He wants to declare you not guilty of all that offences, so as to give you a new heart to serve God acceptably If you will give Him a chance. (Ezekiel 36:26-27)

 

Remember!

“He that covereth his sins shall not prospereth: but whoso confesseth and forsake them shall have mercy” Proverbs 28:13 (KJV).

 

You will never succeed in life if you try to hide your sins. Confess them and give them up; then God will show mercy to you. Proverbs 28:13 (GNT).

 

You can’t whitewash your sins and get by with it you find mercy by admitting and leaving them. Proverbs 28:13 (Message)

 

A man who refuses to admit his mistakes can never be successful. But if he confesses and forsakes them, he gets another chance. Proverbs 28:13 (LB).

 

Here is another chance for you. Will you confess and forsake sin now?

 

Pray This Prayer:

Lord Jesus Christ: I am a sinner I can’t save myself. I believe with my heart that you died for me buried, and was raised again on the third day by the power of the Holy Ghost for my justification. I confess with my mouth that you are LORD. Wash me with your blood and save me from sin and Satan.

Now I receive you in my heart, give me a new heart, new spirit and power to become a child of God. Write my name in the book of life. Thank you for saving me, in Jesus name Amen.

 

Congratulations!

There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. (Romans 8:1).

 

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