The Scripture for today, March 7 (3/7), is Titus 3:7 as found in the New Testament of the Bible:
Being “just” means being correct, being law abiding, being perfect. No one is. Romans 3:23 says “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.”
But God wants you to live in his home so much, he was willing to overlook your sins and pretend you are correct, law-abiding, perfect ~ just. When you follow God and obey the few commands he has for you in the New Testament to become a Christian and stay a Christian, in his eyes, you become just.
Not only just, but God has put you in his last will and testament, what we call the New Testament. It contains his guidelines and what you will inherit. Your inheritance is explained in large part in Revelation ~ God’s heaven. And what an inheritance!
But, back to the overlooking part. God does so to the same extent you overlook the sins others commit against you. Yes, even if they do it over and over, just like you commit the same sins over and over and expect God to forgive you. Now, where is your inheritance?
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