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Romans 8 Part #2 – Repentance, Prayer, Divine Intervention

Romans 8 guides us through repentance and reliance on God rather than earthly leaders. Learn the significance of prayer and humility in overcoming national crises and personal challenges.

We have explored numerous issues that have led God’s Ekklesia (Church) into the current turmoil, including the allowance of abortion, the removal of prayer from schools, and the exclusion of God from our government and all seven mountains of influence. However, the most crucial action we need to take is to repent, fast, and pray for permitting these developments. Importantly, we must shift our focus from relying on mere mortals like President Donald J Trump for salvation and look to God instead. This shift explains the delay over the last three years, the Covid virus that claimed millions of lives, and the reason why God allowed the 2020 presidential election to be compromised.

Rabbi Johnathan Kahn points out that the number of Covid deaths matches the number of unborn children aborted since 1972, a parallel that is no mere coincidence but a harbinger from God. Similarly, President Donald J Trump is a tool used by God, akin to how Jehu was used to confront Jezebel in 2 Kings 9:30-37. God is merciful and takes no pleasure in the loss of souls, as echoed in Ezekiel 18:23 and further emphasized in Romans 8:1—there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh but after the Spirit.

If you have committed your life to Christ Jesus and obey His voice, precepts, covenants, and perfect will, you are not condemned with this world. However, God is not mocked; you cannot continue sinning willfully and expect endless forgiveness. Everyone makes mistakes or falls into one of the devil’s traps. I often struggle with this when I see figures like Hillary Clinton, who is often portrayed negatively. My initial reaction is not to pray for her salvation, which is a sin unless God instructs otherwise. According to Romans 8:8, living in the flesh cannot please God, and Romans 8:9 states that those who do not have the Spirit of Christ are not His. In those moments, I am not operating in the Holy Spirit as I should, and therefore I repent and seek the guidance and anointing of the Holy Spirit.

Despite our sins, God loves us and welcomes us back even at the last minute of our lives. This is a reminder that we are all fallible sheep, and being part of the 5-fold ministry or having an anointing does not make us perfect. If you are not walking in the Holy Spirit and obeying His directives, then you are not of God. You should always be praying in tongues and listening to the Holy Spirit’s guidance. If you lack this gift, simply ask God for it along with the anointing and fire of the Holy Spirit, then practice it diligently.

As stated in 2 Corinthians 1:20, all of God’s promises are affirmed in Christ, and James 4:2-3 teaches us that we do not receive because we ask with wrong motives, focused on fulfilling our desires. To align with God’s will, you must seek it with a pure heart and mind, and clean hands, and you will lack nothing. God is faithful to His word.

I will delve deeper into Romans 8 in subsequent writings. Please read the entire chapter and reflect on its messages. God bless you and grant you revelatory knowledge of His Son, Jesus Christ, the living Word. Ciao for now!

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