It’s not too late to change or make a positive impact. Check out this divorced dad’s story…and the one to follow about a prostitute who made an awesome comeback.
“People who conceal their sins will not prosper, but if they confess and turn from them, they will receive mercy.” Proverbs 28:13, NLT
(Read about Rahab in Joshua chapter 2 & 6; Matthew 1:5,17; Ruth 4:20-22)
My buddy Terry demonstrated unconditional, sacrificial love. He’d probably fallen short on that in the past. He was a divorced dad, not married anymore, but he tapped into Jesus and modeled great husbanding to his watching daughter. He set a great example.
If it were not for Jesus’ forgiveness, everybody would be disqualified. Two things: let’s stop hiding our sins and stop condemning ourselves for our past.
Made mistakes? Tough past? Get in line. Let God rewrite your present and your future. You are not disqualified. Make a difference in someone’s life.
I just read about a young lady named Rahab in Joshua chapter 2 and 6. She was a prostitute. That didn’t stop her from stepping up to help God’s men spying out the city of Jericho. She insisted that they protect her family. Her life and lifestyle changed. She later married a guy named Salmon…and they spawned (pardon the pun) children and a great-great-grandson, King David…who was related to King Jesus.
Let God rewrite your present and your future. You are not disqualified. Make a difference in someone’s life.
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