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Heavenly Father, please help us in the never-ending battle against sin.


“If you do well, will you not be accepted? And if you do not do well, sin lies at the door. And its desire is for you, but you should rule over it.” Genesis 4:7 (NJKV)


It sounds so simple, like telling someone in simple terms what actions they should take in a given situation. The reality, though, is that while the advice may be very true, it may also not be so simple to carry out. Take God’s advice to Cain. Cain was angry with his brother, angry to the point of being dangerous, and God was trying to head off the problem that He saw coming. He reasoned with Cain, telling him he still had a choice, and that Cain’s actions were still up to Cain’s determination.

Cain is no different than we are in this situation. Even though we may be following the inclinations of an angry heart, we still ALWAYS have choices. And those choices are totally up to us. Yes, we may be angry. But we can choose what we are going to do with that anger. Good choices can help us to help others who struggle with the same issues. Bad choices can lead us to a world of hurt and regret. It is our choice. It is our consequence.


Dear Father, thank you for providing for us the strength in Jesus to overcome, to face our issues, make our choices, and follow you. Help us to teach what we learn to others so that they also can share in the victory in Jesus. Amen.



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