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Topic: He Repented And Returned [22/08/2017]

I will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee. Luke 15:18. Lk 15:17-21

We have been looking at the story of the prodigal son and the lessons we can actually learn from his rash decision and avoid taking the same wrong decision but applying the good ones to our lives. He was a son when he was connected to his father. He became a prodigal son when he was disconnected and became a lost but found son when he returned and was reconnected. Yesterday, we saw how his father yearned for his return daily because of his love for him in spite of his grave misbehavior against him.

Here, you discover that in spite of his father’s yearning for his return, his daily prayer for him to return home, if he had not returned, he wouldn’t have been restored and reconnected. Though his father’s love and prayers of intercession worked for him, he himself had to take the bold step of returning. First, repented and then made a resolution within, even if my father refuse to take me back as a son because of my grievous offense, I will beg him to take me as a servant. This means, no matter what you have done and how far you might have gone in your sin against God, if you can sincerely repent and return to him and ask Him for forgiveness, He will not only accept you back but restore you. Are you willing to repent and return?


Father, I humbly come in repentance of all my wrongs I might have committed against You, please, restore me in Jesus Mighty Name

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