Let’s not keep wallowing in sin, moving from flirtation to fornication, and quoting grace as a crutch we hold on to in justification for our transgressions.
All the same, let’s draw near to the the mercy seat of Christ that we may find grace during the time of need.
For Christ doesn’t require perfection, well-put us to approach Him.
David was such a messed up man, but still the Lord has his testimony. “A MAN AFTER GOD’S OWN HEART.”
Rahab the harlot, realized the saving grace of Christ and she was redeemed.
The Lord doesn’t require our heart’s groomed before meeting Him.
He enjoys meeting us on the long dusty and winding road like the prodigal son.
He enjoys hugging the pig stink off us.
He enjoys stripping us the tattered garments and clothing us with His righteousness.
He enjoys a heart that passionately seeks him, unrelentlesly, honest and full of a push to persevere – gently seeking him when we fail.