If we acknowledge our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive our sins and cleanse us from every wrongdoing. First John 1:9

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Wig’s Word of God Today 12-28-2012

Cleansing God instills in the heart to acknowledge our sins.

If we acknowledge our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive our sins and cleanse us from every wrongdoing. First John 1:9

First John 1:5–2:2, Psalm 124 & Matthew 2:13-18

There’s a feeling of falling from the bed in the middle of the night that seems to go on forever and ever flying as a bird does through the air in front of you that absolutely takes your breath away giving way to the sound of “thud” on the floor. It felt good, scary sort of yet liberating until you hit the ground with a “wow that was unreal” sort of feeling in your soul. You may pant a little as your breath takes a deep one racing your heart to the extreme. We’re always searching for the ultimate rush of life that won’t kill us but we sure hope to let ourselves feel, hear, taste, smell, and see any cleansing God instills in the heart by the point of purification.

Here, in our state of vulnerability, we surely acknowledge our sins longing they truly become cleansed of every wrongdoing by our asking for and living in forgiveness. We all acknowledge something is going to happen when we die and this feeling is desired to be understood more than any other man has ever thought of. We want to not only know why we are here but where are we going when we die. To rot or to soar to touch or to avoid acknowledging or denying sin purposely brings us to God’s Right Hand regardless the route we take to get there. If we deny sin’s cleansing, we challenge Divine Revelation and therefore live in reoccurrence.

Will God be faithful to you upon your request? Can we live in His cleansing continually in a rush just as the few times you did soaring out of the bed took you? I don’t know about you but I look to live in prayer to obtain His Promise of cleansing for I am not worthy to see His Face but I long to be accepted in His Forgiveness of my sin to live in His Heavenly State. We only obtain forgiveness and deliverance from sin through Christ by our acknowledgement of sin and repentance from any and all sin we’ve ever lived. I prefer to be here with hands raised high, my knees on the floor and my tears washing my beard acknowledging my sins forever repenting in the soar of hope; Jesus! Amen.

We ask in prayer: Dear LORD, we pray day 4 of our 12 Days of Christmas welcoming Christ’s Redemption made Visible. Continued prayers for Greg Bishop as well as his physician and oncologist in Houston, Stanislaw R. Burzynski, M.D. We pray LORD, we can be forgiven for the sin we lived. Prayers of safe travels LORD for my drive to Gainesville and return. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.

Yours in Christ,

Thomas Cruz†Wiggins

†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed

Romans 8:28 Genesis 37:22

 

Pharaoh’s official guardian manner-Genesis 36 & 37

 

Easu chose his wives in Canaan

All bearing many sons to be

He took them in his migration

The mountains of Seir their new home to agree

 

Easus dependents numbered greatly

The chieftains of Edom to be

Many kings came and went

Before the Israelite King we see

 

Funny how it begun

Verse thirty-seven hung

At the end of page sixty-one

Jacob settled where dad had flung

 

Was it a misprint to see

Anyone might gander and agree

Thirty-seven is the Joseph start

His brother’s jealousy ugly part

 

Joseph was seventeen and young

More favored by dad they sung

Dreams by Joe caused a stir

Things bowing to him his worth

 

Jealousy set in by them all

When dad sent him after to fall

They hatched a plot to call

Kill him saved by Reuben’s stall

 

Tossed into a well dry as a bone

A camel train of Ishmaelite roamed

Sell the boy for a mere twenty shekels

Joseph was sold as the brothers heckled

 

Taking his tunic they hatched

A plan of dipping it in a goat blood bath

Sending it to his father with a note

Is this your son’s tunic we gloat

 

Yes it was he cried out in the night

My son has periled without even a fight

His father wept for him in light

Of the truth of his sons new life

 

Sold in Egypt to a commander

Pharaoh’s official guardian manner

Potiphar was his name to greet

Joseph’s life would now be complete

 

© Thomas Joe Cruz†Wiggins December 28, 2012 @ 5:23 AM EST

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