You already know Christ?
Knows what he sees on the future of those who have as Lord of their lives?
1 Pedro 1:2 in the Bible assures us that God chose us through foreknowledge, ie He saw our future and therefore we chose.
But what would have encouraged this attitude in God?
God choose us and believing in us to the point of allowing us to be part of His Kingdom is that He knows that with His help we are able to overcome sin and evil temptations.
He predicts the future of those who are with Him
And its future is to be holy and blameless!
Therefore know that you should not being trapped (a) sin. Do not be accepting mistakes in your mind that says you can not live in dignity before God!
Sin is not more powerful than He that giveth thee power to beat him!
God is Holy and resists any harm to His Holiness!
If you already have salvation and closeness to Him, have within you all the weapons to defeat evil.
But if has not decided who is the person most worthy to receive his eternal confidence to know that he nonetheless made the prediction that it is possible for you too, because Jesus Christ is willing to adopt him right now!
He offers you:
Redemption by the Blood
Forgiveness of sins
Makes you praise Him for the Glory
And seals you with the Holy Spirit of Promise
And if the Holy Spirit Himself makes Pledge in our hearts to ensure that we become a new creature!
And it is He, the Spirit of God, we educate this new journey, where obedience is a factor!
The fact is that if you love God should rejoice in knowing that the forecasts of God you are a winner!
One who conquers sin every day and that will be found in Him is standing firm in humility and obedience in believing that what he saw is fulfilled in your life!
Rejoice, because being with Christ, your future is simply wonderful!
Why be holy and blameless is not for anyone!
But if you are in Christ ...
Take possession of divine prediction!
"For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brethren.
And those he predestined, he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified."