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You mustn’t overdo things

Dear brethren, I hope this message meets you well. As believers, sometimes God does ask us to do things, however, we must make sure that we do not overdo things and step into the realm of doing what we were not asked to do. Self-control is important, see the verse below:

2 Chronicles 28:9-11 (New Living Translation) says

But a prophet of the Lord named Oded was there in Samaria when the army of Israel returned home. He went out to meet them and said, “The Lord, the God of your ancestors, was angry with Judah and let you defeat them. But you have gone too far, killing them without mercy, and all heaven is disturbed. 10 And now you are planning to make slaves of these people from Judah and Jerusalem. What about your own sins against the Lord your God? 11 Listen to me and return these prisoners you have taken, for they are your own relatives. Watch out, because now the Lord’s fierce anger has been turned against you!”

As you can see from the verse above, overdoing things is at the expense of the person who behaves that way. God is not impressed when we overdo things. Therefore, we need to learn to follow Godly instruction and do what is right.

Let’s keep striving to be holy and keep praying to remain in God’s book of life. Remember to pray for me as well.

Before you go, I have an exciting announcement to make, I recently published a prayer journal, a gratitude journal and a prayer list book, which you can now buy on Amazon. Here are the Links:

Prayer Journal For Women

Prayer List

Gratitude Journal

(If you do buy a copy, please be sure to leave me a review of how it was. I love to get feedback. I love you guys).

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