Sinful Addiction

The Lord is leading me to share a series of blog posts on my other blog, Walking Wounded, on the subject of overcoming sinful addiction. Most of these are reposts, this one included, which is four years old. So, please check out these posts on my other site, Walking Wounded, especially if you are struggling with any sinful practice that has a hold on your life. There is hope.

Walking Wounded

Monday, October 26, 2015, 12:28 p.m. – The Lord Jesus put in mind the song “Oh To Be Like Thee.” Speak, Lord, your words to my heart. I read Jeremiah 5 (Select vv. NASB).

A Great Rebellion (vv. 1-6)

“Roam to and fro through the streets of Jerusalem,
And look now and take note.
And seek in her open squares,
If you can find a man,
If there is one who does justice, who seeks truth,
Then I will pardon her.
“And although they say, ‘As the Lord lives,’
Surely they swear falsely.”

O Lord, do not Your eyes look for truth?
You have smitten them,
But they did not weaken;
You have consumed them,
But they refused to take correction.
They have made their faces harder than rock;
They have refused to repent.
Then I said, “They are only the poor,
They are foolish;
For they do not know…

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