Jesus did the work necessary for salvation, deliverance, healing, provision, and gave us His righteousness when He died on the cross.
That is why He said, “It is finished!” John 19:30
There is nothing you can do to earn it, change yourself, or deserve it. You can only accept what He has done.
Anything else is an attempt to add to the work of the cross.
You can not rely on self and deny what He has done. That is walking in unbelief.
You must die to working for all of these things. You can’t praise your way into them, pray your way into them, or try to be good enough to earn them.
Understand we are to walk in obedience, and submit to renewal of mind and our own ways toward being more Christ like, but that is an inward work only done by the Word of God.
When you receive all of what he did freely, out of the lavish love you have received you can’t help but serve Him.
Begin from this place today to embark on whatever journey He is asking you to join Him on. Then daily profess He did all that is needed for you to walk with Him.
Beloved may I pray with you to receive? It is my pleasure, ❤ Mindy
Thank you for the work that you did on the crossthrough your Son. Forgive us when we forget and try to do things to earnwhat you died to give us already. We confess our unbelief and thank you thatwhen we confess our sin you are faithful and just to forgive us. For those of us who have not professed faith in you before, forgive our sins. We believe Christ died for our sins, and ask that you come into our hearts and give us new life and cleanse us.
We all profess that “it” (the adherence to the law of sin and death) is finished in the work that youhave done. We are crucified, dead, resurrected, ascended, and seated withyou in heavenly places. In you we have salvation, provision, healing, anddeliverance. We live unto the law of righteousness in the Spirit of Christ. We receive, we believe. Be glorified Lord,In Jesus name, Amen.
Published by Melinda
Really y’all I’m just another Samaritan woman seeking living water and pouring out where I see need for encouragement. I am 48, mother to four girls ages 16-26, Gigi to the most handsome 2-year-old little boy, Fibromyalgia warrior, minister, writer, and a lifetime learner.
I am writing my first book, slowly but surely, six chapters in, as our blessed first love has called me to share His glory in my story. I feel lost in that familiar desert place, and thankful for the manna that is there miraculously every day. I am overcoming hour by hour the condemning voices of the enemy and learning to love myself. It has been an arduous journey. This wordsmith journey, but so worth it.
I became a licensed minister in 2010. However, I do not currently work in the ministry. I share Christ's love through devotional blogging. I have a degree in Church Ministry, was pursuing my degree in Christian Care and Counseling at Oral Roberts University, but now am pursuing Life Coaching, and Neurolinguistic Programming Master Practioner Certifications and a business license.
I am a certified women’s biblical counselor through the Extraordinary Women's program at Light University. I am working on their Addiction and Recovery program now too. Yes, I am a glutton for punishment with a wealth of life experiences with which I can minister comfort to others.
I'm a lover of a good book, writing, singing, and music, and my nemesis is the perpetual laundry pile.
Blessings to you and yours,
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