Sunday, June 23, 2019

Do Not Judge so That You Won't be Judged

The word justification in our opening verse in the Greek lexicon is “dikaiosis" which means acquittal. Legally, acquittal is a legal decision that someone is not guilty with which they have been charged, or it's the formal dismissal of a charge.

Jesus Christ was delivered up because of our offenses. He was the sacrifice for all our sins. The good news is that, his sacrifice on our behalf was accepted by the Father. This was the main reason why the Father raised him from the dead. His resurrection signified that his sacrifice was perfect and it pleased the Father. The resurrection of Jesus Christ brought our justification. We were declared blameless and not guilty of sins again because his sacrifice was accepted by God.

But how long are we going to be justified or declared perfect in God's sight?
And that He raised Him from the dead, no more to return to corruption
Since Christ will not suffer death again, then we are forever justified. His sacrifice was perfect to take away all our sins and he is now seated and not to suffer death again. Our justification came as a result of his resurrection and because Christ continues to live forever, we are also justified forever. Your justification has no expiry date. You are eternally justified in Christ Jesus. Hallelujah!

Dear Father, I thank you for showing me an undeserved love and favor. Christ was delivered for my offences and was raised for my justification. I am forever justified because Christ will not suffer death again and he continues to live forever. Amen.
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