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Who is a God like You, who pardons iniquity and passes over the rebellious act of the remnant of His possession? He does not retain His anger forever, because He delights in unchanging love. (Micah 7:18)

This is a beautiful verse declaring the character and nature of God—who pardons our iniquity!!

Iniquity is a word that describes our fallen state and is closely connected to the idea of “indebtedness” or to be in debt!

How many of us know exactly what “in debt” feels like? When you owe money to someone it changes your relationship. You do things you wouldn’t ordinarily do because you feel indebted, and that sense of indebtedness ultimately turns into obligation. And eventually that obligation, if not relieved, will turn to hate.

For example, if Tom wanted to buy a house but could not afford the down payment, his wife’s parents might step up and say, “We’ll loan you the money. No interest. Just pay us back as you can.” It sounds like a good deal, so Tom agrees. They’re family, so no paperwork is drawn up. Tom and his wife buy their house and start enjoying life.

Did you know that the greatest commandments of all are not part of the Ten Commandments? In fact, all of the commandments and laws are an outgrowth of just two. Jesus said this in answer to the lawyer’s question in Matthew 22:36-40.

“Master, which is the great commandment in the law? Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”

Many of us are praying for healing, deliverance, and prosperity. We want joy, peace, and happiness in our homes. We want better relationships with family and friends, especially during the Christmas season. However, the answer to seeing these needs and desires met is all wrapped up in receiving God’s love and then walking in that love toward others.

In September I wrote to you about God’s love toward you in the article, “Look Who Jesus Loves.” Once you understand just how much He loves you, it’s not hard to love Him with all your heart, soul, and mind and to love others as yourself. Yet, many claim to love God and still don’t walk in love toward others.

Do you know that as a believer, you can win even when you lose? Whatever you’ve lost, you don’t have to live in defeat. I want you to know it’s not over—God’s powerful restoration is on the way!

Maybe you’ve lost something precious. Perhaps you’re living in regret over years lost to depression, sickness, or a series of failures. Perhaps you’re at a place where your hopes have been crushed, and you’re saying to yourself, “It’s over for me!”

If that is you, here’s a powerful truth I want you to get into your heart: Even if the enemy has robbed you of what’s yours, God is willing and able to turn things around for you. He’s willing and able to restore what’s been taken from you.

Despite your losses, you can expect a bright future when you look to the Lord for restoration!

“How is that possible, Pastor Prince? How can God restore what I’ve lost?”


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