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Christ Is Our Mediator And Intercessor In Every Situation

*Christ is Our Mediator/Intercessor:*

                    1 John 2:

1 I am writing this to you, my children, so that you will not sin; but if anyone does sin, we have someone who pleads with the Father on our behalf---Jesus Christ, the righteous one.

2 And Christ himself is the means by which our sins are forgiven, and not our sins only, but also the sins of everyone.

Sin is beneath the life of a believer. You are a new covenant believer and this means, your sins are forgiven through your faith in the blood of Christ.

Since Jesus did what God wanted him to do, we are all purified from sin by the offering that he made of his own body for once and for all.

With one sacrifice, Christ has made PERFECT forever those who are purified from sin.

Since a believer is still in the body, they can still make a bad mistake and fall from Gods grace. Sin breaks our fellowship and relationship with God.

As children of the king, we still have sonship/daughter ship and can still go back to the Father concerning our bad behaviour and receive forgiveness. Repentance is what restores the glory and reinstates us at our usual place,the right hand of the Father.

Christ lives to intercede for us and that is why we should see our walk of faith as victorious over situation which come to tempt us. If we harbor sin in our hearts, we will soon perish.

Draw closer to God in the word and prayer and the power of sin will have no way in your life. Make up your mind to follow God with a complete heart. If you love the Lord, you will fear him and obey all his commands. Don't give the devil an inch (close every door you have opened for him to attach himself to you). Resist him with the word of faith and he will flee from you.

In the Name of Jesus Christ, I command that spirit that Satan uses to connect himself to you to be broken. That unclean spirit, behind your sickness, rejection, failure, poverty, setback be Cast Out...I declare you FREE. Give glory to God.. Hallelujah..Amen.

                   

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