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He who walks uprightly, And works righteousness, And speaks the truth in his heart. Psalm 15:2

King David was intrigued, so he asked the Lord a question and received the answer, which is the subject to be studied in this message. He wanted to know who would dwell in God’s tabernacle and have the privilege of dwelling on the holy mountain. In the answer he received we find 11 conditions to receive such a blessing. Now, let’s look at the first three. Those who do not fulfill the first will not enter this wonderful place.

The first requirement is to walk in sincerity, without pretense, deception and other works of the enemy. While man is in the world, he should seek whom he has offended, or caused any physical, moral, or other harm, and make amends with such a person. Whoever goes into judgment with any fault to someone else, or with God, will not be admitted to dwell in the holy tabernacle, nor dwell in the holy mountain. Be careful!

The insincere will pay the penalty for their sins. Such people have a life full of mistakes, even though they know they shouldn’t hurt others and pretend they did nothing. Now, a person’s forgiveness cannot be obtained simply by saying, “Forgive me,” without confessing your action and truly repenting. On one occasion Zacchaeus showed Jesus his true repentance (Luke 19: 8), so the Master promised him that on that day there would be salvation in his house. Remember: to deceive is to make a mistake twice!

We will only walk with the Most High if we have a pure heart. How can one consider himself forgiven if he sought the offended and only said, “Forgive me”? The Bible speaks of fruits worthy of repentance (Luke 3: 8). If a manager of a company deviates a lot of money, buys houses, starts businesses, and then goes to the employer and simply says, “Forgive me,” even if your boss tells such a manager that everything is right, that employee was not forgiven before God.

The second has to do with complete forgiveness. Those who do not confess or indemnify the amount stolen, practices theft again. If our righteousness does not exceed that of the scribes and Pharisees by a lot, we will never enter the Kingdom of Heaven (Matthew 5:20). Do not play with your salvation! If confession hides a single relevant detail, then it is not confession, it is deception. Watch and pray not to get lost.

The third is to speak truthfully. He who makes an incomplete confession is lying, for his heart knows what is being omitted. So this person is being used by the devil once again. In addition to not obtaining forgiveness, he errs in trying to obtain acquittal fraudulently, using Satan’s trick. Do not yield to the enemy’s works, or you will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Desiring to be forgiven is a warning from the Holy Spirit that you are not well. But if you lie, it will get worse!

Examine your attitudes, the harm done to someone, although the extent of your wickedness is not known to anyone. Seek such person and get right with them while you are on the way with them, for on Judgment they will not forgive you (Matthew 5: 25, 26). The price paid for speaking the truth does not matter, but your eternal salvation certainly does. 

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord of the eternal Tabernacle! How many struggles did a person go through because we were mean to them! That cannot happen. We ask for Your mercy and strength to seek them and confess our sin. Help us!

We cannot let the enemy deceive us. When we transgress, we will tell the error. We want to do everything to repay and clear the moral, financial, physical or other damages caused by our actions.

May Your Spirit lead us from this moment on, reminding us of the evils committed against someone who trusted us. Prepare our hearts and those of the offended for the meeting in which we will truly cleanse ourselves. Mercy!


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