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If we cannot as believers come to the knowledge of just how deeply within us all sin dwells, Solomon gives a warning to all believers worldwide on what is coming as written destiny none believe.


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Romans 7:14-24

"This is what we know: the law comes from the spiritual realm. My problem is that I am of the fallen human realm, owned by sin, which tries to keep me in its service.

God gives Israel the law as part of His covenant promises. The law does a great deal for His people; mainly it sets them apart from all other nations of the world and gives them a blueprint for God's will. But, according to Paul, the law cannot fix everything that is wrong with this broken world. Although the law is perfectly suited for bringing sin to the surface and exposing it, the law cannot free people from the power of sin and its evil twin, death.

Listen, I can't explain my actions. Here's why: I am not able to do the things I want; and at the same time, I do the things I despise. If I am doing the things I have already decided not to do, I am agreeing with the law regarding what is good. But now I am no longer the one acting-I've lost control-sin has taken up residence in me and is wreaking havoc. I know that in me, that is, in my fallen human nature, there is nothing good. I can will myself to do something good, but that does not help me carry it out. I can determine that I am going to do good, but I don't do it; instead, I end up living out the evil that I decided not to do. If I end up doing the exact thing I pledged not to do, I am no longer doing it because sin has taken up residence in me.

Here's an important principle I've discovered: regardless of my desire to do the right thing, it is clear that evil is never far away. For deep down I am in happy agreement with God's law; but the rest of me does not concur. I see a very different principle at work in my bodily members, and it is at war with my mind; I have become a prisoner in this war to the rule of sin in my body. I am absolutely miserable! Is there anyone who can free me from this body where sin and death reign so supremely?

Our lips can speak of God's purpose in our life or a so called 'bridge' when believers have been brought together, yet when God's will occurs in our life for reasons we cannot understand. . .

Eternal One: My intentions are not always yours,
and I do not go about things as you do.
My thoughts and My ways are above and beyond you,
just as heaven is far from your reach here on earth. (Isaiah 55:8-9)

All believers simply run their own direction according to their own thoughts that knows not God the Father nor His will. . .

"Who can see into a man's heart and know his thoughts? Only the spirit that dwells within the man. In the same way, the thoughts of God are known only by His Spirit.(1 Corinthians 2:11)

When any human let's the devil within take total control, all they any longer know is themselves through pride while not seeing themselves as Paul saw himself, therefore become judges and murders running from God. . . But those few that can see themselves as sometimes worthless despicable while only praying more and more to God for direction and His mercy just as David did in these following words after his most horrible sin with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband Uriah. . .

Psalm 51

For the worship leader. A song of David after Nathan the prophet accused him of infidelity with Bathsheba.

One of the most difficult episodes in King David's life was his affair with Bathsheba and all that resulted from it. Psalm 51 reflects the emotions he felt after Nathan confronted him with stealing Bathsheba and murdering her husband, Uriah (2 Samuel 11-12).

At one time or another, all people experience the painful consequences of sin. Psalm 51 has been a comfort and a help to millions who have prayed these words as their own. It invites all who are broken to come before God and lean upon His compassion. It teaches that we need not only to be forgiven for the wrong we have done, but we also need to be cleansed of its effects on us. Ultimately, it helps us recognize that if we are to be healed, it is the work of God to create in us a heart that is clean and a spirit that is strong.

"Look on me with a heart of mercy, O God,
according to Your generous love.
According to Your great compassion,
wipe out every consequence of my shameful crimes.
Thoroughly wash me, inside and out, of all my crooked deeds.
Cleanse me from my sins.

For I am fully aware of all I have done wrong,
and my guilt is there, staring me in the face.
It was against You, only You, that I sinned,
for I have done what You say is wrong, right before Your eyes.
So when You speak, You are in the right.
When You judge, Your judgments are pure and true.[a]
For I was guilty from the day I was born,
a sinner from the time my mother became pregnant with me.

But still, You long to enthrone truth throughout my being;
in unseen places deep within me, You show me wisdom.
Cleanse me of my wickedness with hyssop, and I will be clean.
If You wash me, I will be whiter than snow.
Help me hear joy and happiness as my accompaniment,
so my bones, which You have broken, will dance in delight instead.
Cover Your face so You will not see my sins,
and erase my guilt from the record.

Create in me a clean heart, O God;
restore within me a sense of being brand new.
Do not throw me far away from Your presence,
and do not remove Your Holy Spirit from me.
Give back to me the deep delight of being saved by You;
let Your willing Spirit sustain me.

If You do, I promise to teach rebels Your ways
and help sinners find their way back to You.
Free me from the guilt of murder, of shedding a man's blood,
O God who saves me.
Now my tongue, which was used to destroy, will be used to sing with deep delight of how right and just You are.

O Lord, pry open my lips
that this mouth will sing joyfully of Your greatness.
I would surrender my dearest possessions or destroy all that I prize to prove my regret,
but You don't take pleasure in sacrifices or burnt offerings.
What sacrifice I can offer You is my broken spirit
because a broken spirit, O God,
a heart that honestly regrets the past,
You won't detest.

Be good to Zion; grant her Your favor.
Make Jerusalem's walls steady and strong.
Then there will be sacrifices made,
burnt offerings and whole burnt offerings,
With right motives that will delight You.
And costly young bulls will be offered up to Your altar, only the best.

God calls many, but few are chosen because they only know themselves while ignoring anything in the words all believers are to live by; therefore destruction with panic is coming upon a world of unprepared believers.

"You simple, naive people, how long will you love your feeble ways?
You simpletons, how long will you enjoy making fun of what you don't understand?
You fools, how long will you hate learning what truly matters?
Turn to me and receive my gentle correction;
Watch and I will pour out my spirit on you;
I will share with you my wise words in order to redirect your lives.
You hear, but you have refused to answer my call.
My hands reached out, but no one noticed.
All my advice, all my correction, all have been neglected-
you wanted nothing of them.
So I will be the laughter you hear when misfortune comes, and it will come.
I will be the mocking sound when panic grips you-
When panic comes like a stormy blast,
when misfortune sweeps in like a whirlwind,
when sorrow and anguish weigh you down.

This is when they will call on me, but I will not respond;
they will be frantic to find me, but they won't be able.
Because they despised knowledge of my ways,
and they also refused to respect and honor the Eternal,
Because they rejected my advice
and turned down my correction,
They will surely get what's coming to them:
they'll be forced to eat the fruit of their wicked ways;
they'll gorge themselves on the consequences of their choices.
You see, it's turning away from me that brings death to the simple,
and it's self-satisfaction that destroys the fools. (Proverbs 1:22-32)

Now concerning you I have done my job while reminding you that you can never hide anything from God; therefore God sees hate, judgement, selfishness and the pride He hates going before destruction.

"So let us move forward to enter this rest, so that none of us fall into the kind of faithless disobedience that prevented them from entering. The word of God, you see, is alive and moving; sharper than a double-edged sword; piercing the divide between soul and spirit, joints and marrow; able to judge the thoughts and will of the heart. (Hebrews 4:11-12)





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