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Admit Your Fault


(Romans 14:11-12) “For it is written, ‘As certainly as I live, declares the Lord, every knee will bow to me, and every tongue will praise God.’ Consequently, each of us will give an account of himself to God.”

(2 Timothy 4:7) “I have fought the good fight. I have completed the race. I have kept the faith.”

(Philippians 2:13) “For it is God who is producing in you both the desire and the ability to do what pleases him.”



There is one appointment that no one can cancel, and that is your appointment to give an account of your words, actions, and your whole life to Jesus. This will happen either the day you die or when Christ returns to reign, rule, and judge the earth. On that day, the unloving believers or pastors who hurt you, prosperity preachers, family members who have wronged you, those who abused you as a child, the cheating spouse, the unjust government, and those who lied to you will not be there. It will be you alone, face to face with your Creator and His Moral Law.

When I share Christ with many in the streets, it´s common for them to mention all kinds of evil in the world and the injustice suffered by innocent children as a reason not to believe in God. These are usually the same ones who are doing nothing for those suffering children and are destroying future generations by not having a moral compass. By denying God because of the evil that exists is like saying that there are no barbers in the world because men have long beards or messed up hair.

Doing good or evil is simply a personal choice, just like keeping a long beard or getting a decent haircut.
We have to stop blaming others for our current circumstances, all our mistakes, our short temper, or our lack of love. Your present situation both physically or emotionally can only continue with your permission. If you don’t like something, then be bold enough to change it by starting to surrender more and more to Christ.

This life is a constant fight against evil and God knows it. However, He has given us the freedom, strength, and desire to choose what is good even if doing so is painful. Christ suffered on the Cross being innocent, and through that one act of love, we have been given the chance to be forgiven and start over again.

By repenting, we take responsibility for our sins and ask God to take away the punishment deserved. But for God to show mercy we first need to stop ignoring our mistakes. It’s that simple. Once we take this bold step of admitting our fault, God takes over and can change the wrong that is done, take away all the guilt and even turn things around for our good.



God will not accept any excuses for not forgiving or loving someone, as He is the one who puts that ability in you and His forgiveness and love are unconditional.




• Heavenly Father, You say that the righteous will not be forsaken nor his descendants will beg for bread. You are the Lord, with favour, You will surround the righteous as with a shield. The Lord who upholds the righteous.
• Thank You for the freedom we have to choose between good and evil.
• Thank You that you put in us both the will and the desire to please You.
• Forgive us for making excuses for choosing evil knowing it is against Your will.
• We confess today that we have made mistakes on purpose and blamed others for it.
• Forgive us for not desiring a real change in our lives and blaming our circumstances.
• We cancel every thought that denies Your existence, or your ability to change our lives.
• We declare that You are a good and loving God.
• We ask that you wash away every wrong word spoken or evil action we have done by the blood of Jesus.
• We will declare that we have fought the good fight, completed the race, and kept the faith.

• We ask in Jesus’ Mighty Name. Amen

1 Comment

  1. Deepa Daryanani
    14 December 2023 @ 16:27

    Praise God ! 👍👏🙌🙏AMEN !!


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