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And Azariah the chief priest and all the priests looked at him, and there, on his forehead, he was leprous; so they thrust him out of that place. Indeed he also hurried to get out, because the LORD had struck him.  2 Chronicles 26.20

The eyes of Azariah and the other priests were filled with awe and surprise when they saw the Lord’s judgment on Uzziah. This was because, from one minute to the next, it was clear that God was the same as in the days of Moses, when He struck Miriam with leprosy (Numbers 12.10). He did this so that she would have another chance, since she had rebelled against His direction. In the same way, those who knowingly transgress will taste divine love, suffering a little more, in order not to go to the lake of fire.

The invincible warrior king was leprous. Why did he want to light the incense when it wasn’t even his job? Why does someone want to possess another’s spouse if they are already married? If you are single, just ask God for your better half. The devil has led many people to think very differently from the Lord, thinking that having another mate would be better than the one given to you in marriage. Wake up! This devil has destroyed thousands and will continue to do so.

There was no escape for Uzziah – he would be a leper until the end of his days. However, in the New Covenant, yes, there is a way. The Bible talks about this possibility: If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness (1 John 1.9). Anyone who thought it was unlikely to return to fellowship with the Most High should take advantage of this opportunity now and confess to the Forgiver.

The Law is different from grace. When they saw Uzziah leprous, the priests threw him out, without leading him to repentance, because they were in a hurry to get rid of him because of his malady. Today, the Law of Liberty, the Gospel, shows Christ with his outstretched hand on the rotten flesh of a leper, declaring: Then Jesus put out His hand and touched him, saying, “I am willing; be cleansed.” Immediately his leprosy was cleansed. (Matthew 8.3). Cry out!

Uzziah was unaware of God’s grace – divine power acting on our behalf. That is why even he wanted to leave right away, because he knew that in the conditions of those days, he had no way of getting rid of that disease. The Word declares that nothing is impossible to him who believes (Mark 9.23). If you have gone too far off the Path, don’t let the devil convince you that all is lost. If you believe the Good News, you will be saved. Confess your sin to be forgiven, justified and cleansed in the blood of Jesus!

We have with us the One who was smitten of God and oppressed, His Son. Thus, we can go to Him and receive forgiveness and sanctification. In Him, there is much more of what you need. Your time to be redeemed is now. Get rid of every snare and get back on track with God. The evil one will send a thousand demons to tell you that there is no turning back. In whom will you believe: Satan or the Lord? Tell us!

Everything is different now. Hurry up to go to Christ, as if it were your first time! Tell Him your iniquities, accept forgiveness because of the Most High’s mercy, and do what Jesus says. He came to give you life in abundance (John 10:10)!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Father, who confirms the promises! That was a sad day for King Uzziah, when the priests saw that he was leprous and was therefore thrown out of the temple. It will also be a sad day for those who take sin for themselves. Now, without holiness, no one will see You. Mercy!

For decades, Uzziah was happy to serve You, go to war and return with victory, but when he despised Your directions and wanted to light the incense offered to You, leprosy broke out on his forehead. Lord, bring everyone who has strayed back to You!

The king saw Your reproach, which remained in his flesh until his death. Let this serve as a warning to us. All Your acts are aimed at our recovery and consequent return to fellowship with the Lord. We ask You for forgiveness!



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