Fixing the problems

If you say you don’t believe this then you are most likely not a Christian.
Repent and ask for God’s forgiveness.

2 Chronicles 7:13-14 New International Version (NIV)

13 “When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or command locusts to devour the land or send a plague among my people, 14 if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

When you read the Bible and have an understanding of God’s word and you see a push to change the laws of a nation to normalize what God has called an abomination/sin. Then it stand to reason that God is not happy with us.

He removes His hands of protection over nations, mankind and parts of the Church. The only answer to FIXING the problems coming on man is to get BACK to the Bible and follow it, starting with believing in Jesus and repenting.

We have been directed to go into isolation for our protection, which is wise. BUT don’t waste your time doing nothing.

Fixing the Problems

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Grace and mercy are parts of God’s virtue and has always been available to humanity as can be seen when God killed the animal in the garden to cover Adam’s sin and when Jesus died on the cross to take our sins away. Grace and mercy are available to all but there are requirements as an RSVP is required. When a person is made aware of their sins and the forgiveness of God is presented, most assuredly a personal response of repentance is required by God, without that there can be no salvation.

God loves everyone, but it may be different types of love He shows! Which one do you want?

His love (agape) for all sinners is unconditional, but that does not mean they will get into heaven at life’s end. God demands a payment for sin to be made and be recognised by sinners. To get into heaven one needs to recognise the need to repent and believe in Jesus who made the payment on our behalf. Even though the stains of sin may remain in our minds and in or on our bodies, God does not see them anymore.

However, for the Christian the love (philos) of God has conditions, or you may say, ‘He has a CLAUSE’ and that being, “To go and sin no more”. Therefore, a believer who sins can lose their salvation. Although God’s love remains but it reverts to agape love.

It is the Bible that points out what is sin and we need to point out the way of salvation and a continuous way of salvation as laid out in the Bible. Salvation is to believe in Jesus with the act of repentance.

A continuous way of salvation or self-maintained salvation dynamics are still believing in Jesus and repenting of any NEW sins.

Dr Ian Traill