Why we need forgiveness in mankind:
Just as we believe that it was one sin that was the root cause of all sins, we also understand that there is not enough good deeds mankind can do to reverse this one sin.
Which now brings us to Calvary. It took love, it took someone who lives beyond the labels of good and evil, success and failure to break our curse and to usher in an era of grace.
So let us be reminded of this love, because this also applies to us and our relationship with others.
As forgiveness is the foundation of our spiritual marriage with Christ and the church, may it also be the foundation of our physical marriages as well. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
When we are offended, there is not enough good deeds that someone can do to reverse it.
Our soul treats these offenses as if someone stole, killed or destroyed what we value the most. So unless we can forgive, unless we can love, then the law remains in our hearts.
For the glory of Jesus Christ alone.
Your brother in our war against sin,
“…in the garden of Eden, there’s two trees; one was knowledge and one was faith. One was Life. One was death of knowledge, other one was life by faith. And as long as they eat by faith of this tree, all right, they lived. But when he got on this tree, he died. The first bite he took, he separated himself from God. And man continually has been biting off of that tree. And every time he takes a bite by knowledge, he destroys himself. God destroy nothing. Man destroys himself through knowledge.
Look, he bit hisself off some gun powder, kills his comrades. He bit hisself off of an automobile off the tree, kills more than all the wars put together. Is that right? Knowledge, knowledge, eating off that tree. He has got hisself an hydrogen bomb now; I wonder what he’s going to do with that. See?
But the trouble of it is, these people, they figure up so much, on this tree of knowledge, then when they can’t figure it out any longer, they say, “bosh with all of it.”
Listen, in the Name of the Lord, listen: When you can’t figure out any more, that’s the time to believe.”
Rev. William M. Branham