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Blessed is the man to whom the LORD does not impute iniquity, And in whose spirit there is no deceit. Psalm 32:2

After going through a great tribulation for having sinned with Bathsheba the wife of Uriah, acknowledging his error and receiving the forgiveness of God, king David said that happy is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity and in his spirit there is no deceit. As you understand the need to truthfully reveal your evil deeds, you will tell the details, and the heavenly Father will help you obtain forgiveness.

True confession comes after true repentance, in which one ignores the opinions of others and focuses on getting rid of the evil that torments her day and night. However, after making amends with the one whom he has harmed, the repentant is blessed and ready to resist the enemy´s attacks. The attitude of the wise ennobles them!

When the transgressor is sincere in confessing his sin, he is justified in Christ, because the Lord has already paid with His own blood the forgiveness of the person who seeks Him. After having received Him, the person is cleansed of all iniquity and born again (2 Corinthians 5:17). However, those who try to lessen their guilt never attain mercy, for the spirit of deceit still inhabits their heart. Be firm and free yourself from evil!

Nathan proved to have discovered David’s offense, so David confirmed that he had erred, and that made him acceptable in the sight of God (read 2 Samuel 12). To act this way demonstrates wisdom; however, it is foolish to believe that hiding the most serious part of the transgression will free the person from the penalty imputed by the offended. On the Day of Judgment, she will realize that her action has harmed her, and then everything will be lost.

Gehazi omitted his error and tried to deceive the man to whom God showed everything. Because of his attitude, Gehazi became a leper (2 Kings 5:17). If he had opened his heart, he might have received a less severe punishment than this sickness. This evil came upon all his family. Failing to confess your sin will bring you condemnation without mercy. Now every lie fights against the truth, and Jesus the Savior is the Truth. Any iniquity is against the Lord, who became holiness on our behalf (1 Corinthians 1:30).

On one occasion, the hardness of Ananias’ heart killed him before Peter and the other people in the temple (Acts 5: 1-10). The apostle accused Ananias of having lied against the Holy Spirit. When Peter asked if the house had been sold for the value delivered by him, the Spirit of God told Ananias´ heart to speak the whole truth, but he lied because perhaps he felt shame of the man of God and of the others. Poor man!

If David tried to deceive Nathan, who was there to help him in the Name of the Lord, his problem would worsen, and the king would have been condemned. He who sins and does not confess his error deserves greater punishment, because he has despised the opportunity to get rid of that crime, to be forgiven and restored to the presence of the Most High. Think about it!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Merciful Father! We will be blessed and receive mercy, if we confess our sins to You. We desire to be under Your hands, Lord. Thus, we have to get rid of what binds us to the evil one!

We reject the idea of being like Gehazi. Though he saw the most beautiful manifestations of Your power through Elisha, he preferred to believe that he could cover up his act. Thus, he was left with the disease that had once afflicted Naaman!

We are also far from being like Ananias, who chose to face the Spirit of God, hiding the truth, and dying before You and Peter. Let this reader of mine make the right decision now, so that he will not be lost forever. Mercy!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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