Summary of the preaching

Sunday, October 1st 2023 – Apostle Billey.

Psalm 32
1. Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, Whose sin is covered.
2 Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity, And in whose spirit there is no deceit.

He who sins can be forgiven. Provided you acknowledge your faults, humble yourself before God, and promise not to do it again.

God can forgive the sin of a person, a family, a group, a nation and even the whole world.

He can do it in a second, but the man has to recognize his sin.

Everyone can be affected by sin – no one can fail to experience evil in this world. Even if you live alone at home, you can still be affected by evil.

And when evil reaches man, his life becomes dirty.

** Why does sin exist?

Sin began with rebellion – because of personal intentions.

– sin has come from turning our eyes on ourselves, through the spirit of selfishness.

And it was the devil who began by turning his eyes on himself, he developed things for himself.

But these are principles against love. He who created us is love.

One of the laws of love is to seek the good of the other – not one’s own good, to want the other to be elevated and not oneself first. Thinking well of others…

Since God is the origin of love, His heart is to seek the good, the elevation and the fulfillment of every person.

That’s why he created everything he created.

Unfortunately, in the midst of all those he has created, someone has stepped outside this precious law.

Instead of loving the one who created everything and seeking to have God exalted God, as God himself practices love.

Someone didn’t, he didn’t practice love – it was Lucifer. He thought of himself and that’s where the evil began.

This is the root of all sin: thinking of oneself. So since he’s done that, he’s out of God’s system.

Thus, He began his propaganda of evil. Then He connected with Adam and Eve. It polluted them and they began to become selfish, seeking their own interest and not God’s glory.

In the law of love, when you seek your own interest you cannot prosper. But only when you’re looking out for each other’s interests do you prosper.

These are all what we call transgressions. Sin is the transgression of God’s law. And the first is the transgression of the law of love.

God made everything on the basis of love.

For example, anyone who refuses God is affected by sin. It’s a transgression. Not seeking God is a transgression.

Man became weak through transgression and all the other sins began to form in his life.

In a practical way,

When we love someone, we look for ways to make that person comfortable and happy. We look for things to give, good words, gifts…

When love disappears from a person’s heart, they begin to turn in on themselves.

And that’s what we call selfishness. And as it develops, it becomes pride, because that person thinks he’s better than others. And to the point where when it grows again, if someone rises up against it, that person can develop hatred. (Here’s a series of transgressions).

But, Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, Ps 32

When there is a transgression, the person must ask God for forgiveness, as well as his or her neighbor who is impacted.

Evil thoughts are iniquities-we are not created to have evil imaginations. Or we don’t have the right to use our imagination for evil things. Or we don’t have the right to use our mouths, our eyes, our hands to do bad things.

Whoever does this transgresses God’s law, for the whole body belongs to God himself, including everything inside.

We are 100% God’s. We must live as he has prescribed.

So it’s very important to get rid of all iniquity, otherwise it’s impossible to be prosperous.

For iniquity blocks blessing. We must be sanctified.

** What can we do to make this iniquity completely disappear from our lives?

1 Recognizing sin

2 Confess this to God and ask his complete forgiveness for the wrong done.

1 John 1.9

If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

Anger, fear, divisions, astrology, magic, voodoo, consulting the dead, spiritualism, jealousy, envy, distraction… are things that are not pleasing to the Lord – that don’t make you prosper, but make you transgress.

Never envy the good of your neighbor, but bless God for the other, for He is sovereign.

In repentance, we don’t generally confess, for example: Lord forgive me all my sins.

You have to be specific and detailed, if you’ve lied, stolen, coveted… – you talk about that specifically before going into the general.

Prov 28.13

13 He who covers his sins will not prosper, But whoever confesses and forsakes them will have mercy.

It’s important to note that one of the consequences of sin in a person’s life is that they can’t prosper; God’s hand will no longer be on them. Communion with God is then cut off; the atmosphere of prayer will be heavy, praise will be difficult, worship complicated…

That’s why it’s important to reject all evil in your life.

Pride is destroying this generation. It’s having a very high view of yourself, it’s believing that you don’t need the other person.

Whoever has pride, God cannot lift him up.

James 4.6

6 But He gives more grace. Therefore He says: “God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.”

And we must learn to humble ourselves, to recognize our rebellions, our resistance to the Holy Spirit and allow the Lord to blot out our sins.

** Does time erase our sins?
No, time doesn’t erase sin unless you repent of it.
The sin of 30, 20, 10 years ago is still there…
Accumulation can really cause problems, and the person may already be spiritually dead. And only God can forgive.

For example, someone who committed abortion 20 years ago needs to repent, because that child is still crying out against him, unless there is repentance.
The one who committed fraud at university, the scheming, the divisions, stealing pens… All these things are still there.
You have to ask forgiveness for all these things.
Even if you had the responsibility to give a glass of water and you didn’t, you must ask for forgiveness, because the first law is the law of love.
It’s all about love: God expects us to do good to our neighbor.
We must ask forgiveness for any selfishness, any evil thoughts… We must humble ourselves.

Let’s remember David’s case:
David was supposed to go to war but stayed home. During this time of idleness, he coveted another’s wife and began to develop sin upon sin.
David didn’t repent immediately, so the devil kept giving him suggestions. And he listened until he killed the woman’s husband.
The whole thing turned his life upside down. The dramatic consequences were numerous in his life, his family, his kingdom…

It’s really important to remove sin from our lives. When sin enters someone’s heart, they become insensitive.

Sin is very dangerous. It’s like cancer in the spirit.

That’s why we need to get it out of our lives fast. We must remove everything in our lives that is not of God.

Remember, nothing is hidden in God’s eyes. Ps 33.13-15 .

Prov 15.3
The eyes of the Lord are in every place, Keeping watch on the evil and the good.

Heb 4.13
13 And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give account.

To believe that we have no sin is a lie.

Rom 3.23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God

We have to ask for ourselves, our homes, our families.

It all began with the transgression of the law of love, and this also involves God.
God loves us, and He also wants us to have no ill intentions towards our fellow human beings.

If I give a glass of water with bad intent, I have to ask forgiveness, or even when I haven’t said thank you – I have to ask forgiveness too.

Why? Because the first law is the law of love.

God created us with love, so that we could show love in his kingdom of love. He expects us to do what is good for our neighbor.

The Lord asks us to renounce evil, because we are precious in God’s eyes.

John 2. 13-17.

13 Now the Passover of the Jews was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
14 And He found in the temple those who sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the money changers doing business.
15 When He had made a whip of cords, He drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and the oxen, and poured out the changers’ money and overturned the tables.
16 And He said to those who sold doves, “Take these things away! Do not make My Father’s house a house of merchandise!”
17 Then His disciples remembered that it was written, “Zeal for Your house has eaten Me up.”

This world is not ours, this world’s system is not for us, because it’s based on the corruption of the soul.
God created man so that we could be with him at all times – all those who live in and around him are also saints.
There are no faults, there is no darkness.
He created man to live with him and for man to live in him.
The house was created for man. Likewise, man is created to be God’s dwelling place.
Everything is created for a purpose.

And God is eternal; he created man to live forever in his glory.
Let man be fulfilled, let him be superior and dominate – Psalm 8.
In order for man to dominate, God must be present, so that man’s domination can be progressive.
And where we are, God is with us. He has the ability to be everywhere at once.
So which spirit should be in our midst? God’s spirit, his character.

Just as we pray to God in church, so we should pray at home.
God is pure, He is holy – there is no darkness in Him. And our God dwells in us

1John 1.5
This is the message which we have heard from Him and declare to you, that God is light and in Him is no darkness at all.

We must pursue sanctification and our righteousness is according to God.
Since God is holy – he decided and began from our birth that we should be his dwelling place.

We must seek to abide in sanctification, to dwell in God’s thoughts.
It’s our responsibility.
We are called to be true, children of God and not of darkness, children of justice.
And all over the world.

He wants us to separate ourselves from all that is unjust, from all that is not to His glory, from all that is of hell.
That’s why in John 2.13.17, Jesus drove out everything there was to destroy. For the temple is for adoring, praising, communing with God and listening to his instructions.

In the temple of God that I am, my thoughts, words and deeds must glorify the temple of God.
Those who are in Jesus must sanctify themselves. We are passing through this land.
It’s not intelligence or money that gets you into heaven, but Jesus.
We must resist evil, because sin leads to hell.

How do you resist evil?

The first step is to discern evil.
But evil is often hidden, coated. That’s why it’s written:

« There is a way that seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death. »

Prov 14.12

**So how do you know what’s right or wrong before you do anything?
Before we do anything, before we do what we want, we have to ask ourselves if it’s right.
“Is this okay, is this to the glory, is this going to keep me connected to God? Does God tolerate this? …”
These are questions we need to ask ourselves before each action/decision.
The body is not made for fornication, hatred, adultery…1 Cor6.9-10

1Th 5.23
Now may the God of peace Himself sanctify[g] you completely; and may your whole spirit, soul, and body be preserved blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Sexual sin and the love of money will bring down many even Christians.

So let’s be careful. We must sanctify spirit, soul and body continually.

Can we live in this world without sin?
Without anger
No worries
Without fornicating,
Keeping your body away from immorality for 20-30 years?
Settling for your spouse for 1,000 years?
Can we live in victory all the time?

** Yes, for the seed of God destroys the seed of the devil.

1John 3.9

Whoever has been born of God does not sin, for His seed remains in him; and he cannot sin, because he has been born of God.

If I bear God’s seed, I will have God’s character, I will have fruit.
Sin won’t get out of our lives on its own – we have to kick it out!


Lord Jesus help me to sanctify my soul
And to reject evil and choose life.
May every negative force that would turn me away from your path be destroyed in Jesus’ name.

Starting today, I’ve decided to walk the talk;
I decide to practice speaking.
Holy Spirit, help me in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

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