Devotional 6/3

But what fruit were you getting at that time from the things of which you are now ashamed? For the end of those things is death. Romans 6:21

Carnal desires produce sinful deeds, spiritual desires produce godly deeds. 

Every seed we sow becomes a harvest, whether good or bad. Its a natural law of these spirit world. Eventhough sin can bring immediate pleasure or immediate profit, the actual sin is the seed. The harvest from these sin seeds are the heavy price of condemnation, guilt, separation from God, delay in blessings, and so many more things!

The end of sin is death. Jesus died to give us liberty from that guaranteed harvest, allowing for repentance any day and anytime.

Some people call this Karma. But if you really understood what karma meant and where it came from, you would know that it is not even a Christian term. Karma is an Eastern religion term. In Christ Jesus destroyed our karma, if we killed someone and repented then karma could not kill us or our family members.

Karma:

  • (in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences: destiny or fate, following as effect from cause.

Although we are Christians, this is a true universal law. What goes around really does come around. It may not be called Karma, but if we plant good, we will reap good: yet if we plant corrupt, we will reap corrupt. 

Let’s pray: 

Father God, I praise You lord for your goodness and faithfulness. I present to you all those who will be reading this post, may you minister to them and convince them of their wrongs, may your spirit convict them to desire change and fill them with strength to make those changes. May you forgive all of us for making wrong decisions, having wrong intentions and ignoring our own conscience. May you cancel the seeds planted in carnality, and may you help us to deal with any consequences affecting us by way of poor choice making, change our hearts God. In Jesus name, Amen. 


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