Written by On Tuesday, 3rd September 2013

2 SAMUEL 15, 16…

When we sin, it becomes our Father’s business to administer the most effective chastisement in order to restore us into a relationship with Him. Inasmuch as we are converted as Christians, but not entirely. Sin resides in us, and it is not a wonder to see the holiest and mightiest Christian, like David, falling into a sin that will make observes to shiver. Yet, inasmuch as God forgives our sins when we confess and repent as David did, in order to prove to us that He does not by His grace and forgiveness license us to sin, He employs the most painful and deterrent measures to ensure that we suffer the consequences of our sins, to the intent that we do desire to sin no more.

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