(In Memory of David)
"In those days, and in that time, saith the Lord, the iniquity of Israel shall be sought for, and there shall be none; and the sins of Judah, and they shall not be found: for I will pardon them whom I reserve." Jeremiah 50:20
IN JESUS TODAY!
There comes a time that our enemy has no more power against us. The accuser of the brethren has lost his power, in the past accusations that once worked against us, causing us to suffer in bondage, had power, but now we see the chains of bondage are cut off and we are free. This is the ultimate desire of the Lord for us, that we should live free from sin, and free from the captivity.
Some people will look for wrongs to hold against us, but there shall be none, no more can anyone hold power against us, because Jesus has kept us, and has sheltered us as his Army Reserve. Jesus has given his life for us, as the payment for our sin, that at the end of this sentence of his suffering, we should see that we have been pardoned and are free to live, he died that we might live! Our enemy has no more power over us, it is the end of our captivity. All of the violence that has been done unto Jesus and unto us throughout these many years will be upon the enemies head. "The violence done to me, and to my flesh be upon Babylon, shall the inhabitants of Zion say, and my blood upon the inhabitants of Chaldea, shall Jerusalem say." Jeremiah 51:35 You may have suffered for many years, but Jesus has kept you through it all. Now you have been pardoned, because the blood of Jesus was shed as payment for your sin, and his life is given as a ransom to pay the debt for our sin. Still the enemy is looking for more payment, he wants to keep you in captivity, but he can't! Payment has been made in full! And the enemy’s accusations have no more power, and God is ready to turn the table on him!
Jesus keeps us in reserve as his Army of Love for others, the old accusations that held us in bondage have no more power, because we have been pardoned and his truth has set us free! Free to serve and free to love! Thank you Jesus for your love and mercy!