I always call you mighty women of God because I want you to get in embedded in your spirit that is who you are and can become in Christ Jesus. I speak blessings of peace and joy in your life and pray that you are all seeking the Lord more and more each day.
(Isaiah 55:7), Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the Lord, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.
When you are out in the world doing your own thing and not considering how important your soul is to Christ; you are living a sinful life. If you are attending church services every Sunday, that does not exclude you from getting the death sentence, you have to be born again. It is true, that the church is full of sinners. The bible states that, “All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God’. This only means that we are all sinners and will continue to sin because of our imperfections. Now here’s the catch: if you are a born again Christian, Jesus Christ has taken your sins upon His shoulders and carried them to the cross and now He intercedes on your behalf daily. If you ask the Lord God to forgive you of all your sins, He is just and compassionate, and will pardon you.
If you are not a born again Christian than you will remain a sinner according to God the Father. The difference between a sinner that repents daily and tries to live a life of righteousness and the sinner that does not even think about living righteous or asking for forgiveness is one has a “life sentence” and the other a “death sentence”.
You will be pardoned only if you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. If you have not accepted Christ as your Lord and Savior and repented of your sins, then you have given yourself a “death sentence”. Being in the Body of Christ should be the only time you should desire to hear the words, “life without the possibility of parole”.
Because of what happened in the Garden of Eden, we were all given the death sentence even before we were born. Once Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God, died for us, rose again and ascended into heaven we were all given the ability to receive a “life sentence.” In order to receive that “life sentence” we must believe that Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Anointed One and the only way to heaven. The bible states that, once Jesus Christ was baptized, God the Fathers said, “Here is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased with, no one comes to the Father except through Him. Though we were all born with the “death sentence”, we are all given the choice on whether we want to live or die. The ability to choose a “life sentence” or “death sentence”. Just think, when a prisoner is given the “death sentence”, he is sitting behind bars waiting for a pardon from the governor. If the governor does not call to pardon him before his is scheduled to die, his sentence is carried out. The prisoner doesn’t know if the warden will call or not, he is just hoping that he will hear that phone ring.
On the other side of the bars; though we are born with a “death sentence”, we are sitting behind bars with the choice of whether to accept or deny Jesus Christ as the Son of the Living God. Those of us that do accept Christ and at least try to live a righteous life for Him, will receive a “life sentence” without the possibility of parole. Like that prisoner, we don’t know when Jesus Christ is coming, but we do know that He is coming back for His Bride. The scripture tells us that God is full of mercy and will abundantly pardon all your sins. When it is time to be handed down our death for the penalty of sin, Jesus Christ intercedes on our behalf and pardons all our sins. We are immediately set free from a life of darkness and despair. It will be as if you were in prison and the warden pardon you, you get to go free. You are no longer a felon because the warden has given you a pass. You no longer belong to Satan because Jesus Christ has pardoned you. AMEN!