“For God has not called us for the purpose of impurity, but in sanctification. So, he who rejects this is not rejecting man but the God who gives His Holy Spirit to you” (1 Thessalonians 4:7).
Listen carefully here. Some in the body have said that we are freed by Christ so that the law no longer matters. While it is true that no infraction of the law will once again condemn us and that Christ died for all our sins, this does not mean that we can continue with indiscretion and infidelity. The Lord freed us from sin, death, and the devil, so do not take up with any of these again.
Lord, I still want to do things the way I want to do things. Take this from me so that I would do things the way You want me to do them. Guide me, Lord, in the right way of life that I may humbly walk with You all the days of my life. Lead me in Your goodness to see that in You is all hope and a future. In You alone, Lord, do I have my being. Let me remain with You and be content.
Lord, You know all of the things that tug at me. You know the struggles that I have. Guide me now and always, Lord, to walk as one who believes that You have come to eternally set me free. Lead me in the way of life so that I would now and forever be guided by You in the goodness You have demonstrated. Lead me, Lord Jesus, and teach me to follow Your example always. Amen.