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Rev 3:21 “To him who overcomes I will grant to sit with Me on My throne, as I also overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne.”

All unrighteousness is sin. Anything that does not produces God’s righteousness including self righteousness is sin. There are temptations that makes you to do wrong things and there are tempatations that makes you not to do the right things. Let’s go back to Mat 7:6 “Do not give what is holy to the dogs”. Our body is Holy and it is the temple of the Holy Spirit (I Cor 3:16& I Cor 6:19). If we spoil our body, which is the holy temple and feed it to the dog that is sin, then the dog will turn against us and tear us in pieces. My testimony is that, after I knew my Lord, I have to continuously fight with my sin either habitual sin or natural sin that I have in myself. I did not have the victory over it. One day after many years, I found out that I lack the power of the Holy Spirit that Jesus promised us all is missing in my life. I began to desire earnestly for it. Lord, I do not want this defeated life; I want a victorious life over this dog in my doorstep. It is enough that I am everyday afraid of Prov 29:1, fill me with Your Spirit. God is loving and gracious to a sinner like me and He gave the power to have the victory over my habitual sins. I am also slowly ruling over my natural sin by frequent convictions and repentance. Every day I am asking for His anointing so that I will have the power to overcome my temptations like anger, lust of my eyes and motives behind every decision that I take. He wants us to be an overcomer like Him. Not like Samson who defeated the lion but defeated by a dog (lust), but like Paul, we have to live a victorious life in Jesus Christ. Rev 3:21 “To him who overcomes I will grant to sit with Me on My throne, as I also overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne.” Amen.

All unrighteousness is sin. Anything that does not produces God’s righteousness including self righteousness is sin. There are temptations that makes you to do wrong things and there are tempatations that makes you not to do the right things.  Let’s go back to Mat 7:6 “Do not give what is holy to the dogs”. Our body is Holy and it is the temple of the Holy Spirit (I Cor 3:16& I Cor 6:19). If we spoil our body, which is the holy temple and feed it to the dog that is sin, then the dog will turn against us and tear us in pieces. My testimony is that, after I knew my Lord, I have to continuously fight with my sin either habitual sin or natural sin that I have in myself. I did not have the victory over it. One day after many years, I found out that I lack the power of the Holy Spirit that Jesus promised us all is missing in my life. I began to desire earnestly for it. Lord, I do not want this defeated life; I want a victorious life over this dog in my doorstep. It is enough that I am everyday afraid of Prov 29:1, fill me with Your Spirit. God is loving and gracious to a sinner like me and He gave the power to have the victory over my habitual sins. I am also slowly ruling over my natural sin by frequent convictions and repentance. Every day I am asking for His anointing so that I will have the power to overcome my temptations like anger, lust of my eyes and motives behind every decision that I take. He wants us to be an overcomer like Him. Not like Samson who defeated the lion but defeated by a dog (lust), but like Paul, we have to live a victorious life in Jesus Christ. Rev 3:21 “To him who overcomes I will grant to sit with Me on My throne, as I also overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne.” Amen.

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