Are You Accepting God’s Forgiveness? – BFL 134


God's forgivenessAre You Accepting God’s Forgiveness

God forgives us when we repent of our sins. Have you accepted His forgiveness?

Many of us carry guilt and sin that has already been forgiven by God. If we have not accepted God’s forgiveness, we are saying that we do not trust that the blood of Christ wipes out our sins.

Issam Insights

Many falsely believe that we must forgive ourselves. We cannot forgive ourselves. Only God can forgive us. Accepting God’s forgiveness helps us to heal the wounds of our sins. There is no sin that is unforgivable.

Miracle MomentGod's forgiveness

The external healings for Christine Harrington involve the spine, hips, legs, feet and a facial sore that refused to heal. Pain that had been with Christine for 25 years suddenly disappeared. But the biggest healing was spiritual. A wound so deep, involving a sin she believed unforgivable, was healed.

Be Still

“Be still and know that I am God.” Without the stillness, Christine Harrington does not receive a miracle. Christine would certainly not be highlighted in this podcast’s Miracle Moment. The stillness brought Christine and Philip Keller together for this emotional Holy Spirit driven episode.

Christine had no money for rent, or to fix a broken car. Nor was there money for a trip to Cleveland, Ohio to see Dr. Issam Nemeh. She had no idea how she was going to make this all work. All she knew was that she felt a push to not cancel the appointment. She knew the decision was bigger than her own doing. What came knocking on her door next, brought Christine to tears. That was miracle # 1.

2 thoughts on “Are You Accepting God’s Forgiveness? – BFL 134

  1. Wow! This is a very powerful podcast! I agree with Ronald, it should be sent to all Christian churches! God bless Christine for sharing and her brutal honesty!

  2. wow Philip! this is the most powerful podcast I have heard yet. this podcast should be sent to all Christian churches especially catholic churches since this is a jubilee year.

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