Dear Friends,

In most computer programs, you find an “undo” icon. (An icon is like a button). If you click on the undo button it erases the work you have just done. It is similar to an eraser. If you make a mistake on paper you can erase it or you can undo it by clicking on the undo icon on your computer.

A few times in my life I wish I had an undo button in my life. Have you ever felt like that? You say something and later you wish you can go back and erase or undo what you have said. You refused to do something and later you wish you had rather done it. Often I received a fine in the post and then I wish I drove within the speed limit on that day.

As children of God we still sin. Often we wish we can undo our mistakes. Now there are two things we need to know. Firstly we must learn to say “sorry”. We must acknowledge that we were wrong and apologize to God and to the persons we have done wrong to. Secondly we must believe that when we come to God He will “undo” our sins. When Jesus died, His blood undid our sins. His blood erased our trespasses. We are cleansed by His blood. He removes all our sin. The Bible says in Psalm 103:12 “As far as the east is from the west, so far does he remove our sins from us.”

Come to Jesus. Ask his forgiveness and allow Him do “UNDO” your wrongs by having faith or believing in Him.



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