Judgment of God
God rejected Moses’ request to pardon his sin and allow him to enter the Promised Land – despite the fact that he was God’s best friend.
In fact, God told Moses emphatically to stop asking for a pardon for his offense.
However, believers should consider a typical lesson to learn from Deuteronomy Chapter 3.
We must understand that God’s measure of grace has a limit, and the limit cannot be predicted.
It is wrong for any Christian to assume he could second-guess God on any decision.
Also, it is wrong for any Christian to willingly commit a sin with the hope of asking for forgiveness later.
God frowns at a premeditated sin, and he will not lightly esteem anyone who attempts to take him for granted.
Truly, Jehovah is God of mercy that forgives sins, but he knows how to measurable award consequences.
Since he is the one and only perfect judge who searches hearts and weighs actions, he may decide to rain judgment of fire when a person had presumed a pardon for his/her sins…
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