Tuesday, June 26, 2018
(298.0) [286.0] Last week topped at 299.5 on Wednesday and Thursday after being 298.0 on Tuesday; let’s see if we can do better this week.
Got to bed late last night, and Nikki and Justin, mostly Nikki it seems, was loud until after 11 p.m.
I was also up/awake from around 2-3:30 a.m. praying, confessing, and proclaiming Scriptures. LORD Jesus has already won the victory for my perfect health, and it is high time I began living in that victory.
Understanding The Experience During Praise And Worship, Sunday, April 15, 2018, Part 12:
Being touched by a coal off the altar of GOD, according to the angel of GOD in Isaiah, takes away iniquity and purges sin. I believe it is important to understand what this means. A coal from the altar of GOD takes away iniquity.
To take away is to purposely remove something from one’s possession; in this case the coal, when applied purposely, removed iniquity from Isaiah. In our case (in my case) I asked to be filled with the coals from GOD’s Altar, and to be buried in them. Such is my need to have iniquity taken away from me. What is iniquity? Iniquity is gross injustice, and wicked acts or things. Gross is glaringly noticeable usually because of inexcusable badness or objectionableness, immediately obvious, course in nature or behavior, inspiring disgust or distaste, deficient in knowledge, not fastidious in taste (undiscriminating). Injustice is the absence of justice, a violation of the rights of another, an unjust act. We need to remember that this is from GOD’s point of view of the Holy Perfect Just Judge and Lawgiver of all creation. I am of the thought that we human beings do not understand or even have any comprehension of how sin and iniquity appear to our Father, the Holy, Perfect, Just Judge and Lawgiver. I think a true understanding of sin and iniquity would absolutely horrify us into abject silence and despair the likes of which we could never imagine.
Just a short meditation on what iniquity is can nearly take one’s breath away. How much more a deeper look and understanding? Especially when we also consider sin.
Holy Father, please help me see and understand what sin and iniquity does to me, to all people, what they do from Your Holy Point of View, and how they effect us and our relationship with You.