Innocence Made Pure

Psalm 41:12 New Living Translation (NLT)

12 

You have preserved my life because I am innocent;

    you have brought me into your presence forever.

“41: 10–12 Raise me up was David’s prayer for healing from the disease that had him (v. 3). In another sense, these words look forward to Jesus’ resurrection (16: 10, 11; 118: 17, 18). does not triumph: The failure of David’s enemy to destroy his life was an indicator of God’s pleasure in David’s life. my integrity: These words suggest that it is the righteous person who is suffering in this psalm, not an unrepentant sinner (26: 1). before Your face forever: David prays not only for a long life on earth (v. 2), but also for eternal life in God’s presence (23: 6). His ultimate hope is to glorify and praise God in His presence forever.”

— NKJV, Know The Word Study Bible, Ebook, Red Letter Edition: Gain a greater understanding of the Bible book by book, verse by verse, or topic by topic by Thomas Nelson

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God made us in the form that he saw for us that if an innocent child. In the vision of him his very own he created us in likeness of he. By Christ’s resurrection God preserves our lives because we were innocent and the serpent took that from us by trickery of temptation. By Christ’s death and resurrection God has promised us seat with him to be with him forever removing our sins and eternal life at his side

Author: J. Palmer

Living under the wings of God and the angels around me keeping me going and safe. Sharing the love of Christ.

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