Discover Restoration and Victory

Discover Restoration And Victory

Chapter Four

Discover Restoration And Victory
How Do You Conquer 'Giants'? 61 Learn To Forgive Yourself! 69
Does Jesus Care When You Fail? 63 Put Yourself Again Under God's Control! 71
What If You Yield To Temptation? 65 Humbly Accept God-Allowed Consequences From Sin 73
Restoration After Moral Failure 67 Discussion Questions 75

1 Samuel 17:38-51

How Do You Conquer 'Giants'?

When you are confronted with the many 'giants' of temptation in your life, remember that it is not human weaponry, but divinely-given weaponry, which wins the victory! Wrote Paul, "It is true that I am an ordinary, weak human being, but I don't use human plans and methods to win my battles. I use God's mighty weapons, not those made by men, to knock down the devil's strongholds." (2 Corinthians 10:3-4, Living Bible)

What were the 'secrets' to David's victory over the pagan giant Goliath? David stepped out from the crowd and he believed God. Listening to God instead of listening to the unbelieving and cynical world around you is the first step to spiritual victory. David could have listened to his cynical brothers and to the unbelieving King Saul, but, instead, David took his counsel from Almighty God! He did not succumb to peer pressure, but instead he responded to the pressure of faith in his heart. David's inner belief in God was expressed outwardly: "I will go out and face the giant regardless of the blasphemy of the giant, and regardless of the unbelief of the crowd of Israelite soldiers." If you are to win a spiritual victory, you too must 'step out' for God, giving heed to God's call to courage rather than succumbing to the peer pressure of an unbelieving and compromising and godless world around you! God commands you to separate yourself from the evil advice of godless persons: "Come out from among them and be ye separate", saith the Lord, "and then I will receive you and ye shall be my sons and daughters!" (2 Corinthians 6:17-18)

David used his God-given weapon – his sling. The weapon which God puts in your hand – the weapon of faith – like the simple sling which David used in battle, may appear to others to be too simple and crude and ineffective. Faith wins the battle! Not dependence on the heavy armor of Saul, but dependence on the living God, as symbolized by the simple sling of David! David flung the stone from his sling and the stone found its target. The stone sunk into Goliath's skull and the enemy of Israel tumbled to the dust! The stone represents the 'Word of God' . The 'Word of God' – the Bible – is the 'stone' which brings down the 'giants' in your life. Think of Jesus when He was being tempted (Matthew 4). Jesus used the Scriptures against the devil, and Jesus won the victory! Remember, the 'battle' is the Lord's. The Word of God (represented by the stone) alone can conquer your giants. But, also remember that without David's obedient cooperation the battle could not have been won. God gave David faith to face the enemy, but David, nevertheless, had to exercise that gift of faith. The victory over the 'giants' in your life is not automatic. It is David who put the stone in his sling, and it is you (as a believer) who must exercise faith in God's power, by using the Bible against the 'giants' in your life.

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"Father, give me courage, as you did to David, to put my faith into action. Help me to use the Holy Scriptures to bring down the many 'giants' in my spiritual life!"

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: There is no 'giant' in my life which cannot be conquered, by the use of my 'sling' (God-imparted Faith) and my carefully-selected 'stones' (God-empowered Scriptures)!

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Luke 22:54-62

Does Jesus Care When You Fail?

Have you ever failed morally or spiritually or socially, and after your failure, wondered if God still cared for you? Have you ever felt so guilty that you had a hard time thinking that you could ever love yourself again? Have you ever had a hard time looking at yourself in the mirror after you did or said or thought something that was ignoble? Have you ever had an experience when you knew, like Simon Peter, that you had denied your Lord (Luke 22:61, Luke 22:62)? He who climbs the highest, may fall the hardest. Jesus warned us to watch and pray, lest we fall into temptation. He said that the spirit of man is willing but that the flesh is weak. Everyone is vulnerable at one time or another. Wrote Paul to the overly – confident Corinthian believers: "So let the man who feels sure of his standing today be careful that he does not fall tomorrow." (1 Corinthians 10:12, Phillips)

God promises to help us during temptation. "And no temptation is irresistible. You can trust God to keep the temptation from becoming so strong that you can't stand up against it, for He has promised this and will do what He says. He will show you how to escape temptation's power so that you can bear up patiently against it." (1 Corinthians 10:13, Living Bible) As believers, we need never yield to temptation. We can say 'No' to Satan's allurements. Because God controls even the temptations that beset us, every believer can handle temptation. God is strong and able and willing to help every believer during his times of moral struggle and spiritual warfare. Jesus has already won the battle against Satan, on Mount Calvary and through the Empty Tomb. The power that raised Christ from the dead is the same power that is available to give Christians victory over temptation. We do not work 'for' a victory; we work 'from' a victory. The victory belongs to Jesus, and each believer has a right and a responsibility personally to appropriate that historic victory as his own personal victory. Great is God's protection of his trusting children. "The Lord is faithful; he will make you strong and guard you from satanic attacks of every kind." (2 Thessalonians 3:3, Living Bible) "He is able to keep you from slipping and falling away, and to bring you sinless and perfect, into his glorious presence with mighty shouts of everlasting joy. Amen." (Jude 24, Living Bible) "For since he (Jesus) himself has now been through suffering and temptation, he knows what it is like when we suffer and are tempted, and he is wonderfully able to help us." (Hebrews 2:18, Living Bible)

"Even so, we do sometimes fail. We get careless, we stealthily lessen our trust in God, and we let a spirit of disobedience bewitch us. Suddenly we have yielded to temptation and are filled with sorrow." (A Faith To Grow By; Donald Bastian; pg. 42,43)

"O Father in heaven, 'does Jesus care when I've tried and failed to resist some temptation strong; when for my deep grief I find no relief, though my tears flow all the

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night long? O yes, He cares; I know He cares, His heart is touched with my grief!'"

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: When I fail, falter, or sin, I will allow the 'tender eyes of Jesus' to pierce my heart with conviction, which will bring the tears of genuine repentance!

– Ron Christian –

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Psalms 51:1-19; 1 John 2:1-2

What If You Yield To Temptation?

You need not yield to temptation, but what should you do if you find yourself sinning against God? There are specific steps you must take if you yield to temptation.

First, recognize the reality and the seriousness of sin. It was sin which crucified the most beautiful person in the universe on a cross! Sin blunts one's sensitivity to spiritual matters. Sin obscures one's witness for God. Sin causes one to lose his fellowship with God. Sin makes it easier to continue to sin. Sin can cause others to fall (weaker brothers). Sin can even open the door to a life of apostasy.

Second, don't rationalize or deny your sins. There are those who compare their sins favorably to someone else's sins. God is our standard, not someone else. There are those who minimize the seriousness of sins by failing to realize that a life of sinning not only breaks one's fellowship with God, but eventually will actually sever one's relationship with God! There are those who strangely believe that, once they are sanctified (i.e., 'filled with the Holy Spirit'), it is impossible to sin. Those with such a static view of sanctification tend to deny their sins, calling them 'mere mistakes' or 'human weaknesses'.

Third, accept personal moral responsibility for your failure and your sins. Do not 'scapegoat' your guilt on others and do not blame Satan for your sin. It is true that others can influence one wrongly, and it is also true that Satan is called the Tempter, but it is also true that (as James writes) "a man's temptation is due to the pull of his own inward desires, which greatly attract him." (James 1:14, Phillips) Every temptation is resistible. No one needs yield to temptation. It is because one has become careless or overconfident that he has fallen into sin. Jesus said, "Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation; the spirit, indeed, is willing, but the flesh is weak". Man's natural and legitimate desires can become the 'bridgehead' or 'door' to sinning. Failure to guard one's affections can result in one becoming vulnerable to sin.

Fourth, recognize that forgiveness is always costly. It took Jesus' death to make possible your forgiveness! It is because of the shed blood of Jesus on the cross that God is able to forgive you of all your sins (1 John 2:1-2). God has turned His just wrath against sin upon Himself, in the person of Jesus Christ. A simple analogy would be that of a parent who is wrathful because of his child's disobedience. The child deserves punishment, but the parent takes the punishment for the child and thus releases the child from the punishment, and, at the same time, appeases the wrath of himself (the parent).

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"Holy Father, thank you for sending your Son to die on the cross to satisfy your justice, to rightly appease your wrath against sin, and to demonstrate your love for sinners."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: God will not despise a 'broken and a contrite heart', but will quickly and gladly restore the penitent one to full and joyous relationship with himself!

– Ron Christian –

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Psalms 32:1-11

Restoration After Moral Failure

We are looking carefully at the steps for spiritual recovery after a moral failure in the life of a believer.

Fifth, confess all your sins to God, and repent deeply of your sins. Both Psalm 32 and 51 record David's prayers for recovery after he failed so tragically in his spiritual and personal life. When David's sins were revealed, David did not try to deny his sins, or rationalize them, or 'scapegoat' them on someone else. Be forthrightly and humbly confessed his sins to Almighty God and he pled for mercy and asked for restoration. Humble contrition (repentance) is the door back to God. Peter, after his denial of Jesus, wept bitterly and repented wholeheartedly. Do not try to conceal your sins. Wrote David (after he had sinned grievously), "When I kept silent my bones wasted away through my groaning all day long." (Psalms 32:3) If you yield to temptation, follow David's example. He wrote, "Then I acknowledged my sin to you and did not cover my iniquity. I said, 'I will confess my transgressions to the Lord' – and you forgave the guilt of my sin." (Psalms 32:5)

Sixth, accept God's forgiveness gratefully and humbly. Never take God's forgiveness for granted! One man was asked how he could sin so brazenly. Be replied something like this: "O, I am not worried, for it is always God's business to forgive!" Such blasphemy! God is not obligated to forgive anyone! Forgiveness is a gift of God's mercy. You cannot earn it or deserve it or purchase it! You can only receive it with brokenness and humility. Every sinner deserves to die! Never make the mercy of God an excuse for sinning. 'Sin is not only a violation of the 'laws' of God. Sin is a violation of the 'love' of God (i.e., sin 'breaks' the heart of God!) Sin is never a virtue! "Well then, shall we keep on sinning so that God can keep on showing us more and more kindness and forgiveness? Of course not! Should we keep on sinning when we don't have to?" (Romans 6:1, Romans 6:2 a, Living Bible)

Seventh, after you have confessed your sins to God, be willing, if necessary, to confess your sins to others. Notes Donald Bastian: "If in your lapse you have wronged others, make amends. If you have wronged God alone – by a failure in your imagination, for example -confess to Him. If you have wronged another person, correct it with him. If you have wronged the church, confess to the church. This is a costly thing to do. But it is right, and doing so will help prevent future failures." (A Faith To Grow By; pg. 43) Said Jesus, "So if you are standing be/ore the altar in the Temple, offering a sacrifice to God, and suddenly remember that a friend has something against you, leave your sacrifice there beside the altar and go and apologize and be reconciled to him, and then come and offer your sacrifice to God." (Matthew 5:23-24, Living Bible)

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"Heavenly Father, 'restore to me again the joy of your salvation and make me willing to obey you. Then I will teach your ways to other sinners, and they – guilty like me – will repent and return to you.'" (Psalms 51:12-13, Living Bible)

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: "Heaven will be happier over one lost sinner who returns to God than over ninety-nine others who haven't strayed away!" (Luke 15: 7, Living Bible)

– Ron Christian –

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1 John 3:17-24

Learn To Forgive Yourself!

In considering the steps for spiritual restoration, we noted in the last devotional that sometimes it is necessary for a 'repentant believer' to confess his sins to others. Restitution – i.e., confessing your sin to someone else whom you have wronged – is a 'bitter pill' to swallow, but restitution will give you at least four positive benefits: (1) It will give you humility which, in God's eyes, is very valuable. The Bible says that God 'resists the proud, but He gives grace unto the humble". (2) It will give you a 'clear conscience' which is important if you are to maintain your joy and confidence in Christian living. (3) It will leave a positive witness with the one whom you have wronged. God can use your humble confession to another as a means to incite repentance in the life of that other person to whom you are confessing. Confession is often 'contagious'. Unbelievers (as well as believers) are impressed with persons who are courageous enough to confess their wrongs, especially in a world where most persons like to blame others rather than accept personal moral responsibility for actions. You do not lower yourself, but you raise yourself in the estimation which others have of you, when you humbly confess your sins to them! (4) It will act as a deterrent against further sinning in the future. Anything that is so painful (and humbling) as restitution will act as a 'barrier' against yielding to temptation in the future.

Eighth, forgive yourself and learn valuable lessons from your moral failures. Notes William Sangster, "Having accepted the forgiveness of God, don't brood over the past. There are many people in the family of God who do not doubt God's forgiveness, but they never seem able to forgive themselves. The memory of their sin lacerates them. It is hardly ever out of their minds. So, far from being able, as some are, to forgive themselves lightly, they seem unable to forgive themselves at all. Just like some unhealed wound in the body, this unhealed wound in the spirit drains their strength, hinders their progress, pours pus into the blood-stream, and keeps them in a state of spiritual invalidism. (1) Can't you see that your unwillingness to forgive yourself is a form of spiritual pride? What you are really saying, at the deep level of your mental and . emotional life, is this: 'How could I ever have done that?' (Note the stress on the'!'.) (Me"! A spiritual giant like me!' Now look! That self-hate is doing you no good… It is like poison injected into your veins. Accept the forgiveness. You cannot undo the past. God has forgiven it, and, if God has forgiven you, who can justly accuse you? (2) In some mysterious way – beyond your human fathoming – God can use sin … The God who is mighty in creation is also mighty in transformation." (Daily Readings; pg. 71)

"Heavenly Father, I thank you that, as I surrender my failures and sins to You, You are able to use my 'moral weaknesses and transgressions' in some mysterious way, to help accomplish ultimate good in my life and in the lives of others. How amazing!"

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AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: If! refuse to 'forgive myself', I proudly declare that my 'moral standards' are higher than God's! Gratefully accepting God's forgiveness, I will learn quickly to forgive myself, and gladly resume my 'sweet communion' with my Father!

– Ron Christian –

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1 Peter 1:3-9; 1 Peter 4:12-13

Put Yourself Again Under God's Control!

There are valuable lessons to be learned from every moral failure. When one suffers, as a result of his wrong moral choices, it is important to remember that God always is ready to forgive the 'repentant believer', and that God is able mysteriously to use any sin to ultimately accomplish some kind of good! God will not allow anything from your past life to be 'wasted' – if you surrender your past to God. God is the Great Transformer! One man, before he was a believer, involved himself in deceptive practices and ended up in prison for several months. After becoming a Christian and after he was released from prison, this man (Charles Colson) began a Christ-centered prison ministry which has gained international recognition and acceptance ('Prison Fellowship')! Simon Peter, after his dreadful fall into sin, wept bitter tears of regret and remorse. However, God's mercy made possible the forgiveness of Peter and, as a result, Peter was restored to dignity and usefulness. However, after Peter's terrible fall, caused largely because of pride and overconfidence, Peter forever thereafter maintained a spirit of deep humility and trust in Christ alone.

Allow your failures to help you to develop greater character in Christlikeness. If you have been lustful in the past, be notable for your moral purity now! If pride has been your downfall, let yourself be clothed with the 'garments of humility'. If stinginess has been a problem for you, then make generosity a way of life now! It is said that where a broken bone heals is where the bone of the body is the strongest! Where you were the 'weakest' in your past, you can be the 'strongest' in the future! The eagle with a broken wing can be healed and can again soar high in the sky.

Ninth, "put yourself again under God's control and submit to His testing." (Donald Bastian) What is from Satan's viewpoint a 'temptation' is from God's viewpoint a 'test'. God intends to use problems and troubles in life to produce steadfastness in believers. Notes William Barclay: "Now here is a great and uplifting truth. What we call temptation is not meant to make us sin; it is meant to enable us to conquer sin. It is. not meant to make us bad, it is meant to make us good. It is not meant to weaken us, it is meant to make us emerge stronger and finer and purer from the ordeal. Temptation is not the penalty of being a man, temptation is the glory of being a man. It is the test which comes to a man whom God wishes to use." (Daily Study Bible; Matthew; vol. 1; pg. 56) Throughout life, believers will encounter temptation. It was even so with Jesus. After Jesus successfully resisted the devil and overcame temptation, what does the Scriptures say about Satan? "And when he (Satan) had exhausted every kind of temptation, the devil withdrew until his next opportunity." (Luke 4:13, Phillips)

"Father, give me insight to face my 'troubles' in a positive way, to see them as 'stepping stones' to strengthen me in the development of Christlike character, not as 'stumbling

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blocks' to defeat and destroy me, as. the enemy of my soul would desire."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: Despite my past moral failures and sins, my future can still be bright and productive – all because of God's forgiving grace and transforming power!

– Ron Christian –

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2 Samuel 12:9-25; Galatians 6:7

Humbly Accept God-Allowed

Consequences From Sin

The tenth 'step' in the recovery process' is to accept without complaint the God-allowed consequences from your past wrong moral decisions (sins), and to expect God to continue to use you even while you are suffering from the consequences. Even though God forgave David his terrible sins, there were many consequences that David lived with for many years. The Bible says, "Whatever a man sows, that shall he also reap." We can choose initially, but we cannot choose the consequences of our choices. For instance, a man who has smoked all his life can be forgiven, but he must oftentimes bear, as a forgiven person, the consequences of his smoking habit – namely, bad health perhaps in the form of lung cancer or heart disease.

However, in spite of the ongoing consequences which David had to bear because of his past sins, David enjoyed restored fellowship with God. Joy that is lost because of willful sinning can be restored to a 'fallen believer', because of sincere confession and total surrender (Psalms 51:12). The joy which God gives to the repentant believer is combined with dignity which comes as a result of God's willingness to use a restored believer in effective evangelistic ministry (Psalms 51:13). A person who personally experiences forgiveness and inner cleansing is equipped to help others whose experiential needs are the same as his own. While David had to bear some of the scars of his past sins, David's future was not totally jeopardized by his past sins. David had to live with some regrets because of the wrongs of his past, but David's fellowship with God was mended and his joy was restored. Instead of becoming 'bitter' and 'hard of heart' against God, David humbly accepted the God-sent consequence from his sin, namely, the death of his illegitimate son. When David learned of the death of his newborn son (whom David deeply loved), the Bible says, "David got up off the ground, washed himself, brushed his hair, changed his clothes, and went into the Tabernacle and worshiped the Lord. Then he returned to the palace and ate." (2 Samuel 12:20, Living Bible) No wonder David was considered "a man after God's own heart!" I once received a letter from a convicted man – a man who was a backslidden believer but one who had been restored to fellowship with God. "I was given a 32 year sentence. It came as no surprise. My attitude was one of a fighter, knocked down but not knocked out… I've had the ultimate privilege of leading a young man to Jesus in this jail and the Lord used me in preventing a suicide, so I'm not idle at all. I don't believe for a second that God put me here. But I do believe He will use me where I am at… I turned myself in on all this. I could not run from God any longer. Being right with God meant more to me than being physically free. I believe with all my heart I will be free again on the outside to lead a productive life, one that will count for Jesus, so while I'm disappointed in some things, I am not discouraged."

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"Loving Father, heal the 'hurts' in my life which remain as a result of my wrong choices in the past, and make me a compassionate servant because of my lasting 'scars'."

AFFIRMATION FOR THE DAY: Regardless of how 'bad' my past life has been, if I confess my sins and I surrender totally to God, I can 'turn my scars into stars'!

– Ron Christian –

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Discussion Questions

  1. Share an experience from your own life (or from your knowledge of the experience of another believer) which demonstrates the truth of the following statement: "If you are to win a spiritual victory, you must 'step out' for God, giving heed to God's call to courage rather than succumbing to the peer pressure of an unbelieving and compromising and godless world around you!" (Note: 2 Corinthians 6:17-18)

  2. In effectively dealing with temptation, what is your part (as a believer), and what is God's part?

  3. Tell to what extent you agree (or disagree) with the following statement: "The victory over the 'giants' of temptation in your life is not automatic. It is David who put the stone in his sling, and it is you (as a believer) who must exercise faith in God's power, by using the Bible against the 'giants' in your life."

  4. Share your personal response (or reaction) to the following statement: "There is no 'giant' of temptation in my life which cannot be conquered, by the use of my 'sling' (God-imparted faith) and my carefully-selected 'stones' (God-empowered Scriptures)!"

  5. What has God promised to do for a believer during his times of temptation? (Note 1 Corinthians 10:13; 2 Thessalonians 3:3; Jude 1:24; Hebrews 2:18)

  6. Give your explanation and interpretation of the following statement: ''We do not work 'for' a victory; we work 'from' a victory!"

  7. What should you (as a believer) do if you discover that you have sinned against God? (Note 1 John 1:9; Psalm 51:1-19)

  8. Put a check beside the following Biblically-based statements which you personally find to be the most difficult for you to accept (appropriate) during your attempts to recover from a spiritual failure (due to your transgression against God's moral laws and God's revealed will to you):

    1. ___ Recognize the reality and seriousness of my sin.

    2. ___ Openly confess my sins to God rather than rationalize or justify my personal wrongdoing.

    3. ___ Accept my personal moral responsibility for my failures and sins, rather than 'scrapegoating' my wrongs on others.

    4. ___ Recognize that my forgiveness is very 'costly', i.e., it took Jesus' death to make possible the forgiveness of my sins.

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    5. ___ Acknowledge that God will never despise a 'broken and a contrite heart', but will quickly and gladly restore a penitent person to full and joyous relationship with Himself.

    6. ___ Repent deeply of my sins, i.e., decisively turn away from all wrong behavior (a moral V-turn).

    7. ___ Gratefully accept God's forgiveness of all my sins, and humbly express gratitude to God for my complete spiritual restoration.

    8. ___ Be willing to make amends (restitution) to those persons who have been hurt.

    9. ___ Be willing to forgive myself for my past wrong decisions (sins), and to humbly learn valuable lessons from my moral failures.

    10. ___ Refuse to brood over my past wrongs and failures and sins, and instead to joyfully accept God's complete forgiveness and total restoration to spiritual fellowship.

    11. ___ Allow God to use my past moral failures (sins), to perfect my character and to prepare me for greater and more tender-hearted ministry in His Kingdom Work.

    12. ___ Accept without complaint the God-allowed consequences from my past wrong moral decisions (sins), and expect God to continue to use me even while I am suffering from the consequences of my past sins.

  9. List at least four positive benefits which you (as a believer) incur when you make 'restitution' to a fellow Christian (or to a non-believer) whom you have personally offended through your deliberate sinning or through your unintentional (careless) actions.

  10. Why can it be said that your unwillingness to forgive yourself is a form of spiritual pride?

  11. From your own life experience (or from the life experience of .others whom you have carefully observed), give an example which demonstrates the truth of the following statement: "God, the Great Transformer, is able mysteriously to use any sin to ultimately accomplish some kind of good!"

  12. Share specific ways in which you can use your past moral failures and sins to develop greater Christlikeness in your character.

  13. Tell with what degree of 'conviction' you believe the following: ''Where you were the 'weakest' in the past, you can be the 'strongest' in the future! The eagle with a broken wing can be healed and can again soar in the sky."

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  14. Do you believe that, despite your past moral failures and sins, your future can still be bright and productive – all because of God's forgiving grace and transforming power?

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