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« Reply #15 on: April 09, 2007, 06:48:56 PM »

I want to thank you all for the prayers that were sent out...I thank God for you and as the bible says that whatsover things you desire when you pray to believe it and you shall have it. I prayed for restoration and cleansing and even though it has been a long and tiring battle I am able to hold my head up and look up to my Father and cry thank you. I have learned a lot about myself and the test that I failed. Not to be ignorant to the enemies devices, I make it a day by day confession to trust and depend on the Lord and seek the protection of the Holy Spirit. God is indeed magnificent that He has taken me and kept me in His loving arms. Now to be used as a vessel for Him so that He can get the glory, it is always good to hear of prosperity and healings but restoration and reconciliation is a glorious thing in which the devil is put to shame and God's love is shown. As I have stated it has not been an easy road but one day at a time and a total transformation of my mind God has delivered me. Again thanks to the awesome prayer warriors on this site for interceeding on my behalf my heart is truly grateful, it was not in vain.

Taking one day at a time and working out my soul salvation with trembling and fear- Heart of David

Praise God!!  God bless!!

...walk worthy of the calling with which you were called, with all lowliness and gentleness, with longsuffering, bearing with one another in love, endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. Eph. 4:1-3
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« Reply #16 on: November 02, 2007, 03:40:53 AM »

When I read this post I was shocked.  I didn't know how to reply to this subject.

When I first got married I thought that I would never even look at another man.  And anybody who did had not reason being married.  I was so self rightous.  My cousin said to me,"  You never know if you are going to be tempted."  I was horrified.  Of course I not going to be tempted.

Well,  I didn't have and affair, but I was certainly tempted and I feel horrible about it.  If this temptation wasn't removed, I would be in your position.

I think that a lot of women are like me.  They haven't taken the final step, but thinking about it is also betraying your marriage.

I'm now very careful about putting myself in a position where I could be tempted.  My best advice to you is on a practical note: Avoid situations where you might be tempted.  I don't mean don't ever go out of your home, but if you find yourself looking at someone, end the interaction immediately!  No matter what. 

I'm praying for you.
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« Reply #17 on: November 05, 2007, 10:48:38 AM »

Jesus loves you. Jesus loves you perfectly and unconditionally. It doesn't matter what you have done (you're only human like the rest of us) he still loves you and wants you to be with him. This situation could have happened to anyone. The devil wanted you more because you are a committed Christian. Don't let the devil win, allow the healing love and forgiveness of Christ into your life. If your husband is prepared to forgive you and make a go of your marriage, then do it, its the right thing especially for your children. Don't try to struggle with it on your own though, remember Jesus is there to help always, just ask.
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« Reply #18 on: February 07, 2011, 08:43:17 AM »

We have all been killed by sin.  The only thing good in us is the Holy Spirit.  There is evil in our flesh and a constant war going on between the Spirit and the flesh.   See Romans Chp 7. 

The blood of Jesus is more than sufficient to make us white.  We have been justified.....made white......declared not guilty based on the shed blood of Christ......clothed in His righteousness.

Do not let the devil.....the accuser......make you feel guilty, terrible, etc.  He wants to upset your relationship with God.....and somehow convince you that Christ's work is not sufficient for you situation. 

You have asked God for forgiveness.  Now go on with your walk with Him.  Ask God each day to help you walk in the Spirit rather than the flesh......for the Spirit to give you power over sin.......for the Spirit to take control of your thoughts, feelings, actions, etc.  It is a daily decision that God gives us......to walk in the Spirit or the flesh.

Praise God for His kindness, patience, grace, and mercy.   
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