There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.”
God Wants you to move from Faith to Faith; do not be condemned by anything, The Bible Says; There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus… (Rom 8: 1). If you are born-again then you are none of satan’s business. He cannot come into your life unless you let him through condemnation, guilt, shame talking filthy words etc. There are good things that God Puts into our spirit at the new birth but satan wants to use things like condemnation, guilt, shame etc to put us down so we do not get to use those good things out here to benefit other people.
Condemnation is a disease of our human spirit. Realize that God Never Condemns you, (John 3: 17). The Holy Spirit Too Doesn’t Condemn you either, He Convicts you but satan uses The Conviction to condemn you & also to deceive you. Condemnation will destroy you. You need Faith to resist the devil & there is no Faith coming out of a diseased spirit. God is Not Condemning you for the sins Jesus Has Paid for (1 Jn 3: 16), but if you sin your own heart will condemn you (1 Jn 3: 20). When you receive Conviction from God don’t let it condemn you. We should be thankful for The Holy Spirit’s Conviction. Follow The Holy Spirit & be a witness to win the world.
The Conviction of souls is a Divine Character God Expresses out of His Wisdom and Love. God knows that if He Condemns a soul which when it is Saved can be of benefit to The Kingdom, He Loses an opportunity. When that soul gets Saved, he/she becomes a blessing to The Glory of God. An example is The Salvation of Saul of Tarsus (Acts 9). Saul, a persecutor of the early church, deserved to be Destroyed Completely by God but He Thought through, Convicted Saul who later became Paul and the rest was history. God Says “Those whom I love I rebuke and discipline” (Rev 3:19).
Condemnation is not of God. Therefore, anytime we sin and fall short of the glory of God, we ought to quickly repent and rebuke the spirit of condemnation. Even if we sin against God, there is no better place of Refuge than in His Very Arms of Love. In Christ Jesus there is no condemnation for we do not live under the power of the law, but we walk in The Life of The Spirit. If God Does Not Condemn even the worst sinner, who are we to dare condemn another human being?
1Jn; 3, 22-23 (V22 And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight. v23 And The Holy Spirit is his commandment, That we should believe on the name of his Son Jesus Christ, and love one another, as he gave us commandment): – when you carry guilt & condemnation then you don’t believe in God’s Love. God’s Love is Bigger than your guilt & condemnation. When guilt & condemnation is high in your heart, your confidence in The WORD will be low. Don’t let guilt & condemnation be your heart otherwise you will not have any confidence toward WORD & your Faith won’t Work for you.
Every voice that tends to magnify our shortfalls to distant us from God, is from the pit of hell. Don’t allow the condemnation from sin to rule over your life because God out of Wisdom and Love Convicts and Empowers us to press on toward the goal after we have fallen in sin. Don’t feel condemned, guilty, shame etc about the past and remember: Do not be condemned by nothing because God Says; Rom 8: 1 – (There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit).
Keep condemnation out of your life. You have to stay in Faith because Faith is What you need to get The Anointing and it is The Anointing That you need to have victory. God Has Plans for your victory so you got to walk in the understanding that there is no condemnation in your life. Condemnation, guilt & fear work together. To overcome condemnation; Walk in the spirit. (Rom; 8, 1.)
Thank You for Showing Mercy on me. Please Help me to overcome the penalty, power and presence of sin, that I may walk fully in holiness.
In Jesus’ Name, Amen.