No Condemnation (Part 2)

When you fail (which one will), that doesn’t mean you are a failure. It simply means you don’t do everything right. We all have to accept the fact that along with strengths we also have weaknesses. Just let Christ be strong in your weaknesses; let him he your strength in your weak days. 

Don’t receive condemnation, your total victory will come, but it will take time because it will come little by little. 

N:B: Say no to discouragement or condemnation today by thinking like this; well things are going a little slow, but thank God,  I’m making some progress. I’m sure glad I’m on the right path that will lead one to freedom. 

I refuse to be discouraged.  I refuse to be condemned.  Father the Bible says, you don’t condemn me. You sent Jesus to die for me. I’ll fine, today will be a great day. You help me choose right thoughts today. 

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