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FORGIVING LOVE

 In Psalm 130:4-5 (The Passion) I believe the psalmist was telling us to "wait upon Him" for our breakthrough....for it is coming! It states "But your forgiving love is what makes you so wonderful.... This is why I wait upon you, expecting your breakthrough, for your Word brings me hope."                                  Whatever it is that troubles us, we FORGIVE & RELEASE it. We do not hold on to anything, or we will be tortured by the enemy. If we do that, we will not only feel worse, we will continue to repeat the same old patterns of behavior. If we sin, we confess it as sin. Let's not dress it up anymore as my `little problem' or 'this weakness I have'. Let's call it what it is, repent of it & renounce it, and Yehweh will change us. No more pretending, we want change! Are you content as you are? Or do you want transformation? The choice is yours...

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