Do not condemn yourself, God loves you by Heather
I don’t know who this is for, but this morning after reading the Bible, God showed me an image. Lately He has been revealing where He was in my past. He gave me the image of a healing journey, and then showed me how he used new life to stop the progression of satan in my life.
Before I knew God, I spent many years in the occult. In fact, it was one of the things my husband was attracted to me about. When we had our first child, I tabled the occult, not wanting my kids to grow up only knowing the occult. My rationale was they should be able to make a choice and I didn’t want them to be tormented in school because of their occult beliefs.
God showed me this morning he used NEW LIFE (the birth of my son) to begin His work in my life that brought me to Him.
I praise God for His loving me so much to continue pursuing me when the last thing I wanted was to have any dealings with Him.
I was going to write this in my notebook to remember, and I had the distinct impression I had to write this here for someone else to read. Please do not condemn yourself for your poor choices in the past. God certainly doesn’t condemn you, He just loves you and wants to open your eyes up to the tremendous love He has for you. You may think He has not intervened in your life, but don’t be so sure. God intervenes in ways you may not perceive. Ask Him where He was, and He will show you. It will be in His timing when He shows you, but never for one instant doubt God is there.
Have a blessed day,
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