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Overcoming Condemnation through Christ


There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death.

Romans 8:1-2

In our walk with God, we often experience a deep inner stirring—a conviction that leads our hearts to repentance and transformation. It is the gentle touch of the Holy Ghost, lovingly revealing areas in our lives that require correction. That’s why I want to talk a little on a topic that effects us all, the power of conviction and the battle against condemnation.

There is an opposing force, we must also be aware of the relentless accuser—the devil. He prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking to condemn us, to instill feelings of guilt, fear, and discouragement. We must not be shaken! For we have a powerful advocate and defender in Jesus Christ.

The Scripture declares in the book of Revelation that the devil is known as the accuser of the brethren. Satan uses condemnation as a weapon to undermine our identity in Christ, whispering lies that we are bad, useless, and failures. But hear me loud and clear: we serve a God who is greater, a God who is mighty to save!

Let me assure you today, that the enemy’s accusations hold no weight in the presence of our advocate and defender Jesus Christ. He stands before the Father on our behalf, interceding for us and reminding us of our true worth in Him.

The truth is, in Christ Jesus, there is no condemnation. Can you comprehend the weight of those words? The heavy burden of guilt and shame has been lifted from our shoulders through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. We are free, my friends! Free to embrace the fullness of His grace, free to walk in the liberty that comes from knowing we are forgiven and redeemed.

Now, how do we practically apply this truth to our lives? First, let us open our hearts and become sensitive to the Spirit’s conviction. When He reveals areas that need correction, we should respond with humility and repentance, and allow His transformative power to work in us.

But don’t just stop there! When the enemy, that relentless accuser, attempts to condemn us, we must boldly reject his lies and accusations. We have the truth of God’s Word, a mighty weapon in our hands. We are children of God, forgiven and redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus Christ. Stand firm on this truth, and let no condemnation shake your faith.

We must be a community that uplifts and supports one another in our journey. Each of us should be offering love, encouragement, and reminding each other of our true identity in Christ. And together, we can overcome the accusations of the enemy and walk in the victory that Christ has secured for us.

Above all else, walk taller today with a renewed understanding of God’s transformative power through conviction. Cast off the shackles of condemnation and embrace the freedom and grace offered to us by our Savior. Our lives should be a testament to His love, shining brightly in a world filled with accusations and condemnation.

“If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.” (John 8:36) We are no longer bound by the chains of condemnation, for the Son of God has set us free!

Remember, conviction tells us what we’ve done, but condemnation has no place in our lives. In Christ, we are victorious, forgiven, and loved beyond measure. Let this truth resonate in our thoughts, in our actions, and in our interactions with others.

I pray that we would continue to open our hearts and minds and let the Holy Ghost continue to lead us into a deeper understanding of God’s love, empowering us to walk in the freedom and joy that comes from a life transformed by His grace.

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