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Why would you impute spiritual guilt to yourself when God has imputed only righteousness to you? Do you know better than God? This righteousness is real, is active and works for your benefit, once you understand it! And, this righteousness is so powerful that it allows God to dwell in you, to actually express as you, in spite of the fact you still do sin.(what is sin?). He loves you that much!
   Feeling guilty is 'kicking Christ out of your life'. He came, did what He did, so you could be free, unfettered from any and all guilt for past, present and any future errors you may make.
    He came so that absolutely nothing ever could come between you and the Father. Absolutely nothing! EVER! EVER!
    You are now one with the Father, that is if you have sincerely become a Christian. Learn to see yourself as God now sees you; holy and pure, righteous, perfect and equal with God in these attributes. That's what Christ did for all mankind. People have their minds more on sin, than on Christ. Your sins never did count. Your sins are not now or ever, ever, ever, seen by God. 

Even David knew that: Psalms 103:12 "As far as the east is from the west has he removed our transgressions from us." God has chosen to no longer see any faults in you.(shouldn't you also, see yourself this way?), once you have accepted Him
    In fact, because He knows the whole world will also be this way, the same applies to everyone. Isn't that beautiful! In other words you're so pure, and because of what Christ has done, sins.(original Greek means 'missing the mark in a relationship with God').are regarded by God as non existent, now and forever. When you deeply believe this, it won't be long before they won't exist in your mind either, or they'll exist decreasingly so and you'll become as you think. And you'll then grow in a real relationship with God

God is so pure, so righteous, so holy, nothing apart from Him can exist in the presence of His brilliance of perfection in righteousness, unless it too, is just as holy, just as perfect and just as righteous. That's what Christ made possible! -Ephesians 5:26; James 1:18.

In the Old Testament God had a way to maintain His relationship with people. It was the old covenant, where annually sacrifices were administered by the high priest to atone for the transgressions of the people. That way God could be at one with them. Adam, the first man, missed that opportunity
    Under the new covenant in the New Testament, Christ in the form of Jesus, became the all encompassing, for all time, for all sin, sacrifice. There are big differences in how God reacts to people when comparing the new covenant with the old
    Without Christ's sacrifice and righteousness imputed to us who believe, we couldn't have a relationship with the Father either.

The following paragraphs will show you the very high regard that God has for you, what His thoughts toward you are, how perfect, how holy, how righteous, how very special you really are to God the Father...

Uzzah, in the Old Testament, was driving the cart carrying the ark of the covenant, an object consecrated by God as being holy to Him. He reached back to steady the cart with the ark as it was a tipping from the oxen.(an ox, cow or buffalo).shaking it. He died instantly -2Samuel 6:3,6,7.
    God was very fussy about who had responsibility to have things to do with anything He was concerned over; such as the sacred ark.(2Samuel 6:12-&-1Samuel 6:15).and even incense used in the ancient tabernacle.
    God is so brilliantly righteous, so perfect in detail, so pure and so holy, that He and anything His presence is concerned with is just that righteous, just that perfect, just that pure and holy -Exodus 3:5 "And he said-(to Moses), Draw not nigh hither. Put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground." Leviticus 11:44 "For I am the LORD your God. Ye shall therefore sanctify yourselves.(this is the old covenant; in the new covenant, we are sanctified by Christ).and ye shall be holy; for I am holy....." Habakkuk 1:13 "Thou art of purer eyes than to behold evil, and canst not look on iniquity....." Leviticus 16:2 "And the LORD said unto Moses, Speak unto Aaron thy brother, that he come not at all times into the holy place within the vail before the mercy seat, which is upon the ark; that he die not; for I will appear in the cloud upon the mercy seat."-Joshua 5:13-15.
    God allows nothing in His presence that is unequal to Him, as you'll see on the next page. And He's responsible for correcting our heart -Ezekiel 36:26 "A new heart also will I give you and a new spirit will I put within you; and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh and I will give you an heart of flesh."
    God destroyed the world with a flood-because He wanted a people to be His and God will NOT coexist with sin in anyone, or, anyone in sin, anyone missing the mark of His holiness, and what He has declared as holy -Exodus 20:3-6 "Thou shalt have no other gods before me...., for I the Lord thy God am a jealous.(hot for what He likes, for what His affection is upon, zealous for welfare of what He loves, as the original has it).God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me. And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.(and what are these for today?)." Psalms 5:4 "For thou art not a God that hath pleasure in wickedness, neither shall evil dwell with thee."-Deuteronomy 32:4 "He is the Rock, his work is perfect. For all his ways are judgment.(in other words, this is how He is and what He determines is the way it is going to be without question; and why? because He's perfect and so is all He does). A God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he."....continues


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