We All Fall Short But Must Repent And Believe

Let’s not forget what has been written: “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” We aren’t an exception, my brothers and sisters. We need the holy lamb, for our own sake, in order to be saved from this world.

Let’s not forget that a true Christian will not continue to live in a sinful, unrepentant lifestyle (1 John 3:6) dishonoring God. Without de repentance of misbehavior, the brethren will fall short of the kingdom of God.

In Ephesians 2:8-9, we learn that salvation is given by God’s grace not by human merit. Acknowledgement of sins and repentance are two important biblical metrics the brethren must pay attention to in order for Christians to one day see God.

The free gift of salvation is not an excuse for men to commit sinfull actions but is a license to serve his neighbors humbly and in love (Galatians 5:13). Salvation is a permission, not to celebrate the human self , but to satisfy the desires of the Spirit (Galatians 5:16).

A life of a pride and arrogance can have a detrimental impact to your salvation. Say no to the former! Sure, we all fall short of the glory of God but we have the call to do what is right. We must ensure that our lives are dedicated to Jesus and to the pursuits of the spirit not our earthly desires which at mundane. finite and unholy.

In God’s grace holds our promise for eternal life. In our own earthly accounts lie our responsibility to do our best, repent and obey the directives given from the lamb of God in scripture.

By doing the former, we shall live with the Lord forever. Amen.

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