My son, if sinners entice you, Do not consent- Proverbs 1 vs 10
- The commonest form of enticement is money, getting money illegally. Money that you are not legitimately entitled. Bribery and Corruption are twin sisters in this regard.
- You can be enticed by a woman to fulfill a sexual lust. This may ultimately need to various forms of sexual perversion.
- You can be enticed by naked photographs of strange women- pornography.
- You can be enticed by greed, getting more than you require, more than you are entitled, more than you need, or more than is fair to you.
- You can be enticed by jealousy and envy to commit sins in order to live ‘big’ like your friends and peers.
- You can be enticed by evil friends, unbelievers, and sinners. Watch your friends. If you move with sinners, you will likely end up being enticed.
- You can be enticed by an adventurous spirit. You just want to try smoking, and try drinking strong wine to have an idea of how it feels. Sins are to be avoided, not to be experimented.
Prayer: I receive power today to overcome sin in Jesus name
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Baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Ensure that you receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit and fire. The more of the Holy spirit in you, the less of anything that is not of God in the you.
Then you will experience freedom in your soul and His fire will burn away all filthiness without wasted. If you are ready to fast, forget about the clock and face your prayers. Fasting to lose weight or have a proper shape is not true fasting.
Ways of Deliverance by Daniel Olukoya
This is not only because King David, Israel’s greatest King is exposed as immoral, a liar and a murderer. It is also because God’s testimony about him was “I have found David the son of Jesse a man after my own heart; he will do everything I want him to do” (Acts 13:22).
mourning her husband was over. It might seem the end of the story except that “the thing David had done displeased the LORD” (vs 27)Chapter 12 opens as God sends Nathan the prophet on a dangerous mission to confront the king. One can imagine that rumors were flying around. People could work out the dates. David’s sin was not hidden though he may have thought he had got away with it because no one dared to speak to his face. Nathan has God’s command and must speak.
Then he gives sentence echoing Exodus 22:1.
“He must pay for that lamb four times
Now there is an awkward pause… a long silence. Nathan does not say “Thank you,
my Lord” as David expected. Instead, his eyes pierce to David’s heart as Nathan pronouns sentence, “You are the man!” Nathan does not stop there. Words tumble out of his mouth as all his pent up emotions pour out. Maybe David did not take in anything else Nathan said. When the prophet paused, David simply says “I have sinned against the LORD”.
I have sinned again the LORD
The LORD has taken away your sin.
What glorious news for all of us for we too are sinners.
Thank you, LORD
What do we learn for ourselves and our Church? There is forgiveness with God for sex sins. For our sin and for the sin of others we may be tempted to look down on as ‘sinners’. Read the rest of this entry »