Anyone who dreams of having good relationship with God to enjoy his benefits must first repent from his or her sins.
As far as God is concerned, repentance of sins is non-negotiable, and everyone must exercise it.
Everyone must obey God’s rule. The scripture intensified this as written,
“For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted; but the sorrow of the world produces death” (2 Corinthians 7:10).
Lesson on Keeping Relationship with God
God preserves his kingdom for whoever is humble enough to repent from his (or her) sins.
God is interested in relating with any sinner who is honest, humble, and exercise repentance.
Jehovah will forgive any sin that is repented of. The Creator will accept repentant sinners with open arms and show them his mercy.
However, people who are adamant in sin have already signed up for eternal crisis. God will hurl unrepentant sinners to hell fire on the last day.
The clock is ticking and no one knows when his (or her) end would come.
Anyone who dreams of inheriting the joy of heaven should not hesitate to repent from his or her sins, and walk rightly with God.
It is important to mention that people who have exercised repentance of sins and received salvation of Jesus Christ should not continue to live in condemnation of their past sins.
The scripture emphasized,
“Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death” (Rom 8:1-2 NIV).
Prayer of Grace to be in Good Relationship with God
Dear God, my life is empty without you, and I want to have a good relationship with you.
I understand that you can only relate with me if I repent from my sins; therefore, I come to you with full confession today.
I am sorry for all my sins, I confess my sins and repent from them. I request the forgiveness of my sins through your Son Jesus Christ.
Please wash me clean and keep me fit to enjoy the benefits of your relationship. Please keep me fit for your kingdom.
Let it be well with me throughout the days of my life.
For in the name of Jesus Christ I pray. Amen.Tags: lesson from Romans, prayer of grace, relationship with god, true relationship