If we regularly are conscious of our mistakes, we do not believe in the sacrifice for sin that Christ made. We have been given a path to live free of the influence of sin in our thoughts. (Hebrews 10:2)
The good news is this. Christ’s sacrifice opened to us the reality in which we don’t need to gain approval before God. (John 14:2-4) We can live in the constant love of the Father without condemnation. We are directed to diligently present ourselves, in our internal dialogue, as approved before God. We can reinforce this truth by rightly understanding God’s word. (2 Timothy 2:15) When we believe the good news of freedom from sin, we can rest in the arms of a loving God who no longer sees our brokenness. He sees the fullness of Himself in us because He has placed His Spirit in us. (Ephesians 1:13).Religion places us on a journey to achieve the Father’s love. The gospel tells us that we are already loved and accepted by Him. We were loved and accepted before we even realized our need for Him. (Romans 5:8).
We were created to live in the assurance that God is not against us. He is for us. That’s how good He is. Religious oppressors will work to set us in a place of self-condemnation constantly. The lie is that you need to do something to maintain your place of favor before God.
The good news is that there is nothing you can do. You only need to believe that God’s love for you is great enough to love you in spite of your brokenness. There are no exceptions. Believe He loves you, and you will begin to experience His presence in your day. Believing in His love for you will begin to pull you out of your broken nature into His Divine nature.
Believe He is for you when the shouting voice of circumstance attempts to convince you of the contrary.
God has made a way to cover our brokenness because He seeks love. (Proverbs 17:9) When we allow this truth to sink deep into our perception of God, we will find liberation from sin and a greater consciousness of Jesus’ presence in our day.
Is salvation this simple? Yes! You only need to believe it.