No Matter

Gods angels gaurd and protect me. no matter what disgusting thought i am thinking. no matter what my homicidal thoughts are doing to the pureness left of my soul. i am proud to say that i am a child of God. God wired me different than the rest of the world. the way i am is no mistake. God will always love me and i will always love them (The trinity) no matter what hatred i speak towards my blood (family) or myself. no matter what mental illness i feel attracted to. no matter what mental **** i fight. i am immortal and loved by christ. no matter what.
synjaslaughter synjaslaughter
22-25, F
2 Responses Sep 8, 2012

"God will always love me and i will always love them"<br />
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Yes, God will always love His sheep, so He will always love you if you are His sheep. However, I am not sure who can make the claim that they will always love God? I dare not. We WANT to love God, but often we love ourselves much more. God says love can be seen with actions, not just words, and how much have we done for the Lord really? If we really understand our depraved nature, we will come to see it is not us that loves God, but He us. <br />
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"i am immortal"<br />
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Every single person that ever existed is immortal. The question is where they spend their eternity - with the Lord in Heaven, or Hell. <br />
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"i am proud to say that i am a child of God. God wired me different than the rest of the world. the way i am is no mistake. "<br />
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Actually, your sinful nature is due to the fallen nature of humanity. God did not make us this way. In the beginning, God made man and it was good. We all know what happened afterwards. Thus all humans from that day forth were fallen, corrupt and evil because of their inherited sinful flesh and of their own sins. Do not mistake the consequences of sin for what God intended, or "how God made you". <br />
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We are all fallen, corrupt and evil in different ways. That is what makes the grace of God so amazing and inexplicable. Only those who have repented in their hearts and have faith in the true Gospel of Jesus Christ (which is rarely presented these days - it has been twisted) are saved. It is only the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit that can regenerate a person's heart of stone into flesh so that they might accept the Lord. <br />
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Therefore, if we truly have been saved, we will be transformed. We will be made into a new creature. The sins we once liked or had no problems with, we will now want to turn away from. You will want to (although you will keep failing) be more like Christ. The Holy Spirit will convict you and rebuke you of your sin. Is this true in your life? <br />
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You are correct that God will love his sheep no matter how far they stray. But the most important thing to ask is - are you his sheep? If so, we would and should not be comfortable in our sins simply because we know our salvation is secured - which is the danger I sensed from your story. No, this is a troubling sign of the unrepentant "believer" who thinks he/she is saved. Our sins should bring shame upon us because we have sinned against the Lord. And if you are saved, let nothing shake your faith, what I say will only strengthen it, but be sure you are not mistaken. If you are saved, then know that the Lord can do the impossible - he can give you the strength to overcome your problems. Seek him with everything you have and turn away from your sins, this is something I try (and fail) to do every day. <br />
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To God be all glory.

amen