Be righteousness – Conscious Not Sin Conscious

II Corinthians 5:21 states that God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.

A large number of believers including myself are tormented by negative thinking about themselves. Thoughts about how God must be so displeased with them because of all their weakness and failures. 

How much time do you waste living under guilt and condemnation. That’s what all that kind of thinking is, a waste of time! 

There is something we can do for one another today at your work place,  school or environment. Send thoughts of love towards your neighbour or colleagues. Speak words of encouragement to them. We may not all have the ministry gift of exhortation, but anyone can learn to be encouraging. The simple rule is if it’s not good, then don’t think it or say it. 

Everyone has enough problems already; we don’t need to add to their troubles by tearing them down. We should build up one another in love (Eph 4:29).

With your lovely thoughts about people, it brings a behaviour more lively, and loving manner. Thoughts and words are containers or weapons for carrying creative or destructive powers. They can be used against Satan and his works or they can actually help him in his plan of destruction. 

When you pray for someone, line up your thoughts and words with what you have prayed, and you will begin to see a breakthrough. With this that person will be motivated to move on and never give up. 

When someone is loved and shown that affection,  they forget their problems and see the light at the end of the tunnel. 


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