Isaiah 29:15 Woe to those who seek deep to hide their counsel far from the Lord,
And their works are in the dark;
They say, “Who sees us?” and, “Who knows us?”
I will judge lawlessness in My people however small it may be. I will guide you with My eye. Don’t be tempted to say, along with the world “who sees me?” December word for 2018
I have heard for many years that we are not under judgment but under grace, and this has been used to cover up our “mistakes” that we have no intention on repenting of because “it was a mistake”.
James Comey just wants to be “honest”
Extramarital Affair is not a mistake
Anthony Weiner still runs for Mayor of NY after admitting “mistake and letting people down”
Bill Clinton’s “ONE” mistake while in office
Making a typo is a mitsake. (<~~~)
Sharing personal information on the internet is a mistake.
Staying out too late when you have work the next day is a mistake (ONCE).
Spending too much money on an item when you could have gotten it cheaper at another local store is a mistake.
Mistakes happen when you are trying to do right but you don’t yet have the skills.
Sin and corruption is the practice of doing wrong, intending to do wrong, and justifying it as a “mistake that anyone could make” when exposed.
Then she called the name of the LORD who spoke to her, You-Are-The-God Who-Sees; for she said, “Have I also here seen Him who sees me?” (NKJV)
El Roi is Hebrew for The Lord Who Sees.
We have lived in a culture that condones wrong doing until we are caught, then asks forgiveness and a second chance because “we all make mistakes.”
Ananias and Sapphira were struck dead for lying (Acts 5), and we view that as harsh, and yes it was. Does The-Lord-Who-Sees judge everyone who lies one time with that same judgment? No, of course not, we’d all be dead, but The Church was being established at that time. Set apart so that it does not look like the world.
Righteousness is being restored and He is coming back for a Bride that is without blemish, spot or wrinkle. It’s time to be humble and TRULY repent. Make no mistake. The Lord is not finished judging His Church, but He desires you humble yourself, look at your own darkness, and receive forgiveness. Don’t be tempted to ask “who sees me?”