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 1 There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin and death. (Romans 8:1-2, New King James Version)

Thus says the Lord,

“If there is no condemnation for those within Me, why is there condemnation? Why is it that I see My children condemning one another? If you are free to reject condemnation, why do you extend condemnation?

“Is knowledge perfect throughout the land, that every man knows the other’s heart? Is wisdom so matured that we may reach conclusions without facts? Indeed, precious children, it is rather laugheable – righteous man and their righteous judgements. See, the presumptions of man are based more upon envies and desires than upon righteous judgement. Yet they still feel every judgement is qualified.

“Is it?

“I do not say, beloved, not to judge. For how does one pursue life without making necessary judgements? Shall one flow through life’s tide without a single decision? No, child, for that is folly. So, indeed you must judge, but be careful. Be cautious. Be respectful in your judgements, for many that I see are wrong. And this problem stands easily corrected if My children would simply consult with Me for better wisdom.”


Dear Abba,

I’m in love with you, my Lord. I am undeniably awash in affection for your grace. What will I do when I meet you face to face? I don’t know. Will I fall before your feet, worshiping you in your glory? Yes, my God. I will weep for joy and bless your name. Yes, my God. I will dance and shout. I will sing and praise. Oh, God, the happiness that will soar through my soul will be like the wings of an eagle – I will fly on the winds of delight and laughter. My God, my God. I will bless your name. I exalt you, oh Lord! You are worthy!

Father, I pray for the hearts of your people. I pray for souls of those who proclaim your glory but deny your holy power. Mercy, oh Lord. Have patience with your people. Teach us your ways and lead us in your commandments. Remember your remnant in the land. Remember those who have not bowed to idols and false gods. Have mercy for their sakes. Heal the country, the land, the economy, if only for the sakes of those who bless your great glory. Do not lose sight of us in the midst of those who practice hypocrisy. Do not punish the righteous for the acts of the wicked.

Oh mighty God, extend your grace just a little longer. Remember your desire for mercy. Hold your hand of indignation. Remember the time-line of your Word. Do not pour the bowls of wrath early. Extend mercy and favor. Continue to pour down your rain. For the sake of your son, Jesus Christ, the one who died for our sins, for the sake of those hidden in His Blood, Oh Righteous Judge, withhold your judgment a little longer. Give us more time to turn the prodigal sons back to their Father.

In Jesus name I plead,