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If, in fact, Abraham was justified by works, he had something to boast about—but not before God. What does the Scripture say? " Now when a man works, his wages are not credited to him as a gift, but as an obligation. However, to the man who does not work but trusts God who justifies the wicked, his faith is credited as righteousness. verses 1-5 If we lead perfectly good lives then we would have received the reward of righteousness as a due. But Paul says because none of us has led perfectly good lives, we cannot claim it as a due.
They are scattered to the wind. Pray and Bless The final step in this process of forgiveness is to replace the negative with the positive. Whenever you begin to think of that person that you had such a problem forgiving, do not dwell on their bad points. Do not go back to all the bad things they have said and done. Thank God for them. Thank God you have forgiven them. Think of anything that is good about them, and begin to thank God for that. Then pray for them. Pray for God's best for them. Pray for God to pour out His favor on them.
Her kidneys had ceased to function, her skin had turned pale yellow-orange, and she was in a coma, simply waiting to die. As this psychiatrist walked past her bed one day, he was prompted by the Holy Spirit to speak—not to her conscious mind but to her unconscious. Her conscious mind was not able to receive anything from him. " And he wondered afterwards if he had done something foolish or whether the Holy Spirit had really prompted him. To his amazement, about a week later he met the lady walking down the street in the city, perfectly healed!