Faith Filled Fridays
Have you ever told a little fib? Whether it be to protect someone, not hurt someone’s feelings, one fib leads to a lie which leads to another, and another. The more we lie, the more we’ll lay our convictions aside.
Thanks for joining us for Faith-Filled Fridays with Debra Dolce and Trench Classes United. Today’s Love Letter is a great reminder that to lie about anything is to lay our convictions aside.
My love, what you obtained dishonestly may seem sweet at first, but sooner or later you'll live to regret it. This is some good instruction for you. I desire that all My children walk in integrity.
What good is it if you show the "Christian life" but inwardly you are wicked? What good is it if you set yourself up as judge and jury, condemning one and exalting another? Did you create any? Only I know the heart of a person and just like I didn't condemn the woman taken in the act of adultery, neither do I condemn you because I desire all to come to repentance.
If you are dishonest in one area, will it not spread to all areas in your life? That's how sin works, it's like a disease that infects the whole body. Keep your heart pure and open before Me, receive rebuke when it is given in all honesty for I convict the heart so that you may walk in integrity.
As you pattern your life after Me and My Word you will find the strength to let go of things and that so easily besets you. My way is a way of consecration. Is there really anything better than Me? Beloved, that's why I say taste and see that I, the Lord, am good.