Can a Believer be restored to redemption? Many of us assume that through prayer and asking for forgiveness from God all is well. In this Believers eyes this is a widely misunderstood fact.
When we deliberately sin or are disobedient and fully aware of our disobedience forgiveness is possible but only through true repentance.
Moses was deliberately disobedient. Moses was one of God’s favorite children. Moses did not repent. Moses did not enter The Promise Land.
Christ died on the cross so that we may live, not so we could be deliberately disobedient to God and simply say a few Hail Mary’s and ask for forgiveness then repeat our sin knowing all along we were or are sinning.
God will not be mocked. Can a Believer be restored to complete redemption in God’s eyes?
Yes, but only through true repentance, prayer and sorrow for shunning God’s sacrifice.
We are God’s creations, we did not create God. God is the beginning and the end we are simply here to serve, obey and honor God. This writer is certainly striving to be restored to God’s redemption. The knowledge of sin, the knowledge of disobedience began with a bite of forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, an act of direct disobedience. We are here to obey and serve God not eat of poison fruit. God is not the fruit of our eye rather we strive to be the fruit of God’s eye for it is he that died on that cross for our sins. We are all simply dust in the wind.
Can a Believer be restored to true redemption? Yes, but only through prayer and supplication. God is love, God is fierce. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved. God forgives, God never forgets. I leave the reader of this page with a final thought.
For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.
And not only the creation, but we ourselves, who have the first fruits of the Spirit, groan inwardly as we wait eagerly for adoption as sons, the redemption of our bodies.