30 days of Affirmation: Redemption

Pardon My Iniquity: A Redeeming Prayer

Psalm 25:5-11

Mistakes and missteps happen. Many times they are simply unavoidable because we are heavily influenced by our surroundings. We become influenced by things we see as natural to the eye. This could be friends, family, and acquaintances. The issue that arises is one of which circumstances, over the course of time, contribute to a state of blindness.

This is makes it the more important to know yourself. In effect to establish your foundation in Christ.

This is a time when every man, individual, has to know of himself and say within himself; I know I've been wrong. I know where I went wrong. I acknowledge my error. And, this is what I’m going to do to handle it.

It begins with an acknowledgment before God. And then the evidence before man. As it is written,

Psalm 25:5
God's Word Translation: For the sake of your name, O Lord, remove my guilt, because it is great.

A Confirming Recitation:

Pardon My Iniquity, for your mercy’s sake O Lord. Remember not the issues of my youth, my indiscretions.
Remember me as you made me to be.

He promises you:

1st John 1:9

(ESV) If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.


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