I’m not a perfect person but I’ve been made righteous by the blood of Jesus.
I just want to say that I didn’t have will power to resist sex because of my own strength, but because of supernatural grace.
Lest anyone boast right?
The only reason I’ve been able to wait until marriage to have sex is because of the grace of God, not because of my own mind or will power.
I think I want to share that with you because someone may think I’m more of a saint because of my ability to wait. When I was 12 years old I accepted Jesus into my heart. I became a spirit filled believer. When I was young I decided I would wait until marriage, not because anyone told me to but because I wanted to protect my heart from users who only wanted to sleep with me because of a need for physical release.
Basically I wanted to protect my heart from unnecessary pain.
So lest you think I have so much self-control, it is really the power of the holy spirit in me to help me resist lust.
Does that mean I am a prude? No, I’ve done other things, I’ve also been disloyal before in relationships. The reason I want to share this with you is because I want to show you that I am not perfect, but again I’ve been made righteous by the blood of Jesus.
If you have a porn addiction or some kind of addiction, Jesus CAN FREE YOU and HEAL YOU. I promise you this!
I used to look down at certain people for certain things but God has really shown me that I am far from perfect and that I needed to show grace to people….
So if you are living in fear because of the coronavirus, I want to show you grace….you are free in Christ Jesus. I’m not going to be mad anymore at those who decide to lock your kids in the house because of the quarantine (even though it is child abuse to me), I will pray for you.
Sow a seed to this ministry-
Thank you for partnering with me to reach people for Christ! https://rebekkalien.com/2019/12/23/my…
Buy Merchandise- https://teespring.com/stores/rebekka
I LOVE YOU AND THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT!
For coaching sessions- firstname.lastname@example.org