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Marshall Gwede
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”A mind is like a parachute, it doesn’t work if it isn’t open.”
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BLESSED CHRISTMAS|JOSEPH PRINCE.ORG

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.
~ JOHN 3:16-17

The Bible tells us that God so loved the world that He sent us His only begotten Son, Jesus. Isn’t that such a wonderful truth? Even then, when God looked at the world, He wasn’t full of anger—He was full of love.

I hope you’ll remember that as you celebrate this Christmas season, because the same is still true today. God isn’t angry with you, nor does He condemn you. Because of Jesus’ perfect, complete sacrifice on the cross, when God looks at you today, His heart overflows with love. Because of Jesus, you are accepted, you are approved and you are deeply loved.
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FORGIVENESS IS FOR THE UNDESERVING
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Matthew 18:21
Then Peter came to Him and said, “Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Up to seven times?"
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Peter asked the Lord how often he should forgive his brother. The Lord’s answer to him was simple: Up to 70 times seven times. (Matthew 18:22) In other words, all the time!

“Well, Pastor Prince, he does not deserve my forgiveness.”

Neither did you deserve God’s forgiveness.

There is not a single person alive or dead who did not break all 10 of God’s commandments. There is no such thing as a “partial sinner” or “great sinner”. All of us were great sinners when Jesus saved us. And when we realize that we are forgiven much, we will love much. (Luke 7:47)

“Pastor Prince, how can you say that I have broken all of God’s commandments? I have never committed adultery.”

My friend, Jesus said, “If you lust after a woman in your heart, you have already committed adultery with her.” (Matthew 5:28) That is God’s standard. Man looks outward, but God looks inward at the heart. Moreover, if you break one law, you are guilty of all. (James 2:10) So everyone has broken all of God’s commandments. Everyone is a great sinner.

Now, you are no longer a sinner if you have received Christ as your Savior. You are a new creation. But you were a great sinner and God forgave you your huge debt through the death of His Son.

So if someone has wronged you, tell yourself this: “I did not deserve God’s forgiveness, but He forgave me through Christ. So I forgive this person also.” If you say something like, “He does not deserve it,” it makes no sense. Forgiveness is not for people who deserve it. If they deserve anything, it is punishment. But forgiveness means that you extend grace—undeserved favor—like how God extends undeserved favor to you.

Beloved, if you choose to hold on to bitterness, no one suffers but you. You lose your peace, then possibly your health. It is just not worth it. God says to you, “Let go. Forgive them their debts, just as I have forgiven you yours.”
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By Joseph Prince
Daily Grace Devotional
http://www.josephprince.org/daily-grace/grace-inspirations/
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Posted on 09/11/14
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U mean so much to God than anythin else! Yes u who is readin this. Y n How? - Romans 8:32
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Yeah, isn't it a fact, Kim? I sure believe u can understand that as well. We learn everday, u know.
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he is merciful and mighty we
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"Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you are behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a mental edge that results in victory." -- Diane Arbus
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The presence of your problem doesn’t mean the absence of God. You might not see or feel it, but God is right now working things out for your good (see Rom 8:28).
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We were not made sinners by anything we did...it was by the disobedience of one man, Adam. We aren't righteous because of anything we did, but by the obedience of one man, Jesus! We are made righteous because of Jesus! (Romans 5:19) #WorldChangers
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TRUTH PRECEDS CHANGE - By Joyce Meyer
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And you will know the Truth, and the Truth will set you free.
—John 8:32
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Is there something you’d like to change about yourself or the way you live? Change begins with truth. It’s almost impossible to see the need for change or to know how we should change if we don’t face the truth about where we are. In the process of change, admitting the truth about ourselves is often the hardest part. We don’t need to feel guilty about the way we are, we just need to ask for God’s forgiveness and be excited about change.

Let me share a practical example of how facing truth and changing has worked in my life. If I’m eating too much and don’t want to face the truth about that, I will make excuses. “I don’t eat as much as some people.” “My metabolism must be slowing down.” “The dry cleaners shrank my pants.” Excuses can be endless! Excuses, though, are actually reasons stuffed with lies.

Once I decide to stop making excuses, I can admit the truth. Concerning eating, I might say to a friend, “I’ve been eating too much and that’s why I’ve gained weight.” When I do that I am taking responsibility for the problem. That’s the truth, and it will set me free.

I have had to face many truths’ in my past and still do. When I have a bad attitude or am angry with someone and yet pretending not to be, it is only truth that will set me free. The same principles and processes apply to any challenge we face in life. If we want to change, we have to start with the truth. Ask God to reveal truth to you about you! When He does if it begins to hurt just realize that the pain you feel is actually a healing pain that is working toward your freedom and increased peace and joy.

Love Yourself Today: Lord, help me to see and admit the truth about every area in my life, and, with your help, make the changes I need to make.
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From the book Love Out Loud by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2011 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.
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posted August 30,
2014

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  • Bethel institute of Learning
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I'm an assertive, proud entrepreneur-to-be! Trusting in the Lord, the only living God, JEHOVAH and holding onto His faithful promises is what keeps me going. Though there might be seemingly hopeless situations He shall be with me and you, He shall never leave us nor forsake us. I value cultural diversity so much. It's an important tool to global development and eradication of economic inequalities. I strongly believe that each culture can complement each other's weaknesses for the common good. In addition, I hate ignorance, arrogance, low self esteem and low sense of humour with a passion....I feel good and have hope stirred in my blood when tools and facilities to eradicate these are established everywhere in the world such as universities, churches, social organizations, etc I aspire working hard, positive thinking, taking responsibility and a belief in a world of peace!
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  • Gloag High
    A LEVEL (GCE), 2011 - 2012
  • Chimowa Secondary
    JC & O' LEVEL (GSCE), 2007 - 2010
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