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Thank You
« on: July 10, 2008, 10:01:50 PM »

> Dear Ray,
> My sincere thanks for revealing God's Truth and the Scriptures to me, and by
> the way, this is long overdue from me, as I've been visiting your site
> regularly.
> For now, I am waiting for God's Spirit (with prayer) to convert me, and so
> I can repent of all my sins, if it is within God's Will that this happens to
> me in my time. I pray that this comes to pass in my time, but nevertheless
> either way I accept God's Will.
> I will know if this has happened if I do not continue to practice sin, or
> sin has no dominion in me. I continue to read your work always, and bitterly
> regret (or feel remorseful) when I keep doing the things I am not supposed
> to do. I seem unable to move forward. At times I have a feeling that I am
> making some progress, and that God was with me, only to fall into the same
> sin again. Several times. This, in a way shows that I still have not
> 'stopped working', believing that I have some power to desist from sin. I
> know I can't do good without Jesus Christ granting that power of conversion.
> May God be with you and peace be to you, my brother.
> Regards
> Thabo

    Dear Thabo:  Don't become discourage until you no longer desire to stop sinning. Should that happen in your life, you are will be in big trouble. Remember:

    Pro 24:16 For a just man falls seven times, and rises up again: but the wicked shall fall into mischief.

    "Seven" in Scripture can mean complete or perfect, but it also has a similar meaning to the number 1000, which can mean "as many as there are or as long as is necessary."

    God be with you,

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