No Consciousness of Sins

It has taken me a really long time to learn, understand, and start to walk in this truth.

“Seeing, Simon Peter fell at the knees of Jesus, saying, Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, Lord. For astonishment took hold of him, and all those with him, at the haul of fish which they took” Luke 5:8-9. There is a big difference between seeing ourselves and the seeing of Jesus. Peter […]

No Consciousness of Sins

4 thoughts on “No Consciousness of Sins

  1. Same here.. our minds r continually being renewed in Christ.. to turn our eyes away from ourselves n our shortcomings, and fix them upon Christ. From sin consciousness to being conscious and aware of only Christ. It really is freeing and transforming. ❤

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  2. As a new believer, I was continually filled with fear because of my unfaithfulness to God. Whenever I call out to God with all my heart He meets with me. Once He impressed a picture on my imagination. Is this a vision? IDK. I saw two in a row boat. I didn’t understand at first, but I knew it was about Him and me. In time He gave me His understanding. He was was encouraging me to be determined to know one thing. Him only. He was showing me that this walk is like being in a row boat with Him. You are rowing and Jesus is in the back of the boat. We must turn our back on our own progress if we are going to progress at all.

    At first I assumed I should turn to check on my progress at least every once in a while. But in time I grew to see that, in that moment, I am ceasing to progress. Not only that but in the moments that I am checking on the progress of my personal growth, I am actually turning my back on Jesus. Will we trust in His assessment of our progress or our own?
    “ I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified” 1 Cor.2:2.
    Father fill our hearts With your view. Let us know this determination within by your Life

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  3. That’s a beautiful picture He showed you! I had a similar picture in my mind a few years ago… I saw a picture in my mind of a father holding a childs hand and walking her out of a big city on fire, total chaos and destruction behind them. I understood it was Jesus and I. We were just looking forward and never looked back.

    I understand now not to look back. To keep my eyes forward and on Him.

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  4. Thinking about it again… that city on fire that we were walking out of hand in hand… it wasn’t the world we were walking out of like I thought for a long time… but it was me. The old me being burned up and destroyed and walking in the newness of life in Christ.

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