"So now the case is closed. There remains no accusing voice to condemnation against those who are joined in life-union with Jesus, the Anointed One."
I love the image of Jesus in the heavenly courts when the enemy of my soul brings a case before him. The enemy is passionately accusing me of my many faults, he drags the case on as if he must say at least one more thing to fully convince the Holy One. Then, Jesus grabs his gavel and loudly hits the desk in front of him, his voice rings throughout the court as he pronounces: “Case closed!” The enemy shirks away defeated before there was even a chance to protest.
When the voice of condemnation races through your mind; it is a sure thing that the enemy is saying way too much. Remind yourself that your case is closed; it is GONE because of the blood of Jesus. Nothing could be more definite!
The law of the Spirit of life has liberated us from sin and death. Jesus was the sin offering so that sin could once and for all be conquered. Yes!
“Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, Move from here and there, and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.”
Let your faith grow that you’ll be able to overcome any mountain you’re facing right now. Difficulties and failures can easily lead us into hopelessness. However, faith is the key to turn things around. Here’s how to grow your faith and change the course of your life for the better.
It’s easy to lose hope when we’re faced with overwhelming trials. This is where the faith becomes very important. Jesus said in Matthew 17:20, “Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, Move from here and there, and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.”
Are you facing a difficult situation right? Does it feel insurmountable for your own capacity? This is where your faith in God will be put to the test. Unfortunately, most people fail to see the bigger picture. That’s because when we’re faced with difficulties, we try to solve everything on our own.
This is called “PRIDE.” Often, when our strength and resources are drained, that’s when we kneel down and call out to God. And this is the right thing to do. There are times when we need to take a step back and let God enter into our situation to change it.
Here you will find a mix of encouraging and inspirational articles written from members within the Community of Christian Creatives.