Surgery was performed. The entire tumor was removed. The patient had a full recovery.
That’s good news, isn’t it?
Did you know that when God sees a “tumor”of sin in our lives, He want to perform radical surgery removing it completely?
Do we allow Him to do it?
Or are we like the patient who only gives partial permission for surgical removal of the “tumor” of sin. Then, because sin wasn’t completely irradicated, the sickness of sin spreads throughout the body. We all know the result . . . death.
May we be radical, allowing the Lord to do radical work in us. May we allow Him to do what is needed to keep us pure and holy.
Stand in awe, and sin not.... Psalm 4:4
Heavenly Father, I know that removal of sin can be painful but I am willing. In Jesus’ name. Amen.