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Speak with someone to help you stop sinning

Monday, April 5, 2021

10:10 A.M.





Welcome back to my daily blogs everyone. It is always a great pleasure, as always, to be writing these spiritual life lessons for you all to read. The Top four countries I've noticed reading my content are:


  1. Canada

  2. United States

  3. Russia

  4. China

I also have many readers from all around the world, however, these are the four largest viewers. I would like to thank you all sincerely for joining us on these spiritual life lessons. I write about dreams, visions, and dreams that I have had over the past few years.


Today's blog is more important than you might think. Speaking with someone to help you stop sinning. It isn't a dream or a vision, but something I've learned from my Father through life experiences. Here is how I know this is true.


A few years ago, there was a young man my father and I met. He was most likely around his early thirties. He was a very nice man, and always enjoyed the company of my father and I. Within the few days of meeting him, we noticed a severe drinking problem, but the man never addressed this to my father and I.


The next day, we sat with him again prepared for a conversation. We asked the man, "How many times a day do you drink your alcohol?" He answered, "I'm a big drinker, I don't count I just enjoy." We replied, "Has it become a problem for you?" He answered, "Yea. I mean, I lost my job because of it, I lost my family because of it, I lost my friends because of it. I actually lost lots of things because of it. But at the end of the day it makes me feel better. I don't know what I would do without it." My Father replied, "You still serve the same thing that's destroying you. How funny does that sound?" The man laughed and shrugged his shoulders. My father said to him, "I see you like my son, and to be honest with you, it breaks my heart to see how you turned out and you're so young. Let me help you." The man shivered. My father asked what was wrong, but the man promised my father he would tell him at a later time.


Over the next few days, my father made him dependant on God, instead of his alcohol. My father cut down his alcohol everyday, and today the man is alcohol free. He doesn't even like to smell the alcohol anymore. It disgusts him to see how this drink destroyed his life.


After about a month, my father asked him why he shivered that day when we offered him help. He answered, "A few days ago, I prayed for the first time in a long time. I asked God for someone to help me with my addiction. Then, after a few days, I met you and you changed me. Thank you, Wally."





The point of sharing this life experience with you all is because we need to learn to share. We need to learn to speak with someone who we believe could make a difference in our life. We need to speak about our sins to someone in private who can resolve them.


Too often today, we rely on our own efforts to fix ourselves. No matter how long it takes, we always think we can do it. The underlying solution is what we don't notice. You can speak with someone to help you. If that man who was an alcoholic didn't seek help, only God knows where he would be today. We have to seek ways to fix ourselves, and sometimes the best way is by sharing your struggles with someone you know can help sort you out.


Many of us are too private about the things in our life. Sure, some things can be private. But if you see a sin you're committing and you have no control over, find someone reliable to help you.


Remember that it's not embarrassing to fix your ways. I'd rather have the whole world know about my wickedness so that I can be fixed, than to suffer for eternity.


Also, speak to God. He listens to all of us. Many of us don't pray because we're afraid God won't listen to us. Pray, pray, pray! The devil wants you to think God isn't listening. Well, I'm here to tell you that God is listening, but you're not praying. Speak to God in prayer just as you would speak to the person you love the most. God isn't your enemy. He's your father who will always love and care for you.


Speak to someone to help you stop sinning. I hope you're not waiting until your old and not able to move. Most people think to themselves, "When I get very old I'll return to God." Well, I'd hate to break it to you, but you might not reach the age you think you'll reach. Stop waiting! Stop saying things will take time! Start saying, I can do it! I will change!


We need to learn to have that positive thinking mentality. We need to put aside the, "I'll do it later" type attitude. God is waiting for you already. Don't make him wait any longer.


I am excited to share my spiritual life lessons with all of you. I thank you sincerely for joining me on this journey. I will be sharing every spiritual lesson I've learned in my life, every story of my father's life, every spiritual dream I had that came true, absolutely everything!


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I look forward to seeing you in the next blog.


God bless you all always,


Roberto W Rafo.







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