Am I dry, again?

have my posts been dry?

I  mean, have I used too much of other people studies?

Sorry if so. I might take a short break since I did post a lot lately and wait for my friend co-blogger Ike and his very interesting posts and thoughts.

I need a hug an encouragement from you that read my unimpressive but real and true thoughts. You are kind to Like some of them.

I thank the Lord our Father for His love and my Salvation and tell myself not to feel sorry for not being as I was once when my mind worked much better and my writings as well.

I think God wants to keep me humble always. I love being a child of God. I feel very important to HIM and that is all anyone needs or can ask for, at least for myself.

Unfortunately, I had for 4 weeks 3 days a week some years ago, shock therapy and I thank God I still have a mind left to praise HIM with so, Pat, stop feeling sorry because your writing is not pretty anymore.

I like to be honest even if it makes me look bad because I want to please and give Glory I want to dedicate whatever time I have left to HIM, to Praise every minute of the day.

I love Jesus and the humbleness of HIS life. HE Never thought himself as anything but a servant.

I want to be all HE has planned me to be and I am not young anymore so I ask HIM to show me how to testify in a coherent way, for others to have an idea of how I feel about HIM my love, my Jesus.

Am I making any sense tonight?

I ask God to make me humble more and more every day I want to be far in the room, but first in His eyes as I drink His Grace near but not intrusive,

later,

Pat.

Our sins forgotten part 3

THE MISSING RECORD OF OUR SIN

From Bible Study on You Version.

If God kept a record of every human’s past sins, then no one would be able to stand before him when their turn came to give an account for their life. But Psalm 130:3 explains that the Lord does not keep a record of all the times each believer sins. He will not have everyone come before him so that he can scold them for every single sin they committed since they were born. Hebrews 10:17 says, “Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more.”

God is not looking to discover the faults of man, but instead he is gracious. His memory is short when it comes to humanity’s wrongdoing. God’s grace is evident. He does not keep score in the midst of mankind’s propensity toward waywardness.

This forgiveness, grace and mercy that God is so eager to give his followers comes through the sinless life, death and resurrection of Jesus. He is the only way in which humans can receive God’s forgiveness (Mt 26:28; Eph 1:7; 1Jn 1:9; 2:12). First John 4:10 explains that Jesus is the “atoning sacrifice” for all sins, which means he is the sacrifice that can repair every person’s relationship with God, bringing about perfect reconciliation between God and sinners. God no longer has to keep track of everyone’s sins because he placed all sin on Jesus when he was on the cross (2Co 5:21). With the sacrifice of Jesus, God provided a remedy for the guilt and shame of all humankind, offering them a clean slate. With the resurrection of Jesus, sin and death have been defeated, and God is now solely focused on bringing everyone to himself through the forgiveness, grace and mercy that can be found through belief in Jesus and what he did on the cross (Jn 3:16)

Thank You Jesus for erasing all the sins past present and future. Help me to remember not to repeat my sins over and over again. When I think about the enormity of Grace my heart fills with Thanksgiving and I tell Thank You Lord with a deeper appreciation.

Later

Pat.

Our sins forgotten part 2

From the Bible Application
If God kept a record of every human’s past sins, then no one would be able to stand before him when their turn came to give an account for their life. But Psalm 130:3 explains that the Lord does not keep a record of all the times each believer sins. He will not have everyone come before him so that he can scold them for every single sin they committed since they were born. Hebrews 10:17 says, “Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more.”

God is not looking to discover the faults of man, but instead he is gracious. His memory is short when it comes to humanity’s wrongdoing. God’s grace is evident. He does not keep score in the midst of mankind’s propensity toward waywardness.

This forgiveness, grace, and mercy that God is so eager to give his followers come through the sinless life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. He is the only way in which humans can receive God’s forgiveness (Mt 26:28; Eph 1:7; 1Jn 1:9; 2:12). First John 4:10 explains that Jesus is the “atoning sacrifice” for all sins, which means he is the sacrifice that can repair every person’s relationship with God, bringing about perfect reconciliation between God and sinners. God no longer has to keep track of everyone’s sins because he placed all sin on Jesus when he was on the cross (2Co 5:21). With the sacrifice of Jesus, God provided a remedy for the guilt and shame of all humankind, offering them a clean slate. With the resurrection of Jesus, sin and death have been defeated, and God is now solely focused on bringing everyone to himself through the forgiveness, grace, and mercy that can be found through belief in Jesus.

 
Thank You Father for Your Grace,  never-ending. I was a sinner,  woman of sexual sins and more but You,  Jesus paid for all of it.I am as usual speechless,

Later,

Pat.