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Man made laws cannot cure the problems we are experiencing in this country; only God can do that. If we get God back in the country and involved in our government; He will heal our land. Psalm 33:12
The life you really want to live is waiting for you to move in and start living it.
My advice to you is to do it now while heaven is still an option for you. Don’t wait until after death to make the confession because then it will be too late. Right now you have the opportunity to voluntarily confess Christ as Lord; after death, if need be, you will be forced to make the confession; but whether voluntarily or forced; every person will bow before the KING of Glory and every person will confess Christ as Lord
One day a group of Pharisees asked Jesus when the kingdom of God would come; and Jesus replied to them in Luke 17:20-21, “The kingdom of God does not come with observation; nor will they say, ‘See here! or See there! for indeed the kingdom of God is within you.”
When we ask Jesus to forgive us of our sins and save us from our just punishment of eternity in hell; our spirit is renewed. Our flesh does not get saved and it will not be saved until we are resurrected from the grave and given a new body.
If we were to start thinking before we speak or act, we could change what we are reaping in our life. If you’re tired of reaping evil; think about the evil you have said and done to others; then go to those people and apologize to them asking them to forgive you. That’s the only way you can stop those seeds from reproducing after their kind. If you are too proud to seek forgiveness; you can expect the seeds you have planted to continue reproducing after their own kind until you do repent.
When she saw her act was not hidden from Jesus, she confessed to Him she had been the one who touched Him. To her surprise, Jesus didn’t call for the religious police to come an arrest her. Instead, He said to her, “Daughter, be of good cheer, your faith has made you well. Go in peace.” Can’t you just see this lady breathing a sigh of relief because she wasn’t going to be arrested, but would be allowed to, “Go in peace,” by the One she had touched.