Be “Just”-ified

Be “Just”-ified

Psalm 55:22 (NLT)

Give your burdens to the Lord, and he will take care of you. He will not permit the just to slip and fall.

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A mind consumed by the problems of the day brings about anguish, confusion and stress, which if not corrected, will make you stumble and fall.

When a “just” person gives his illness, his pain, his dream, his financial or family problem to the Lord, the promise is that he will not fall. That is why God encourages you to put everything in His hands.

I invite you to make these decisions:

1) Ask God to “just”-ify you, that is, recognize that the condemnation of your sin fell on Jesus. Accept Him as your Savior and Lord. When you do, 1 John 1:9 says He is “faithful and just to forgive you your sins and to cleanse you from all unrighteousness.” The Bible calls that “justification”––God making you “just as if you’d never sinned.”

2) Then put all worries in his hands.

3) Finally, believe Him that He will not let you stumble or fall.

You may want to pray something like this: Dear Lord, I lay all my sin at Your feet today and receive the forgiveness You provided for me on the cross. I receive You as my Savior and make You Lord of my life. I transfer all my anxious thoughts and heavy burdens to You by faith, believing that You will not let me stumble or fall, but will lead me safely through them all. In Your name I pray, Amen!

Have a blessed day!

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