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Treasures In Prison Cells
The Bible says "that drunkards shall not enter the kingdom of God."
That is what I was for about 20 years of my life, a drunkard. Though I tried to clean myself up through treament centers and church; I kept getting in the way of what God wanted to do in and through me.
As I went in and out of prisons, jails and institutions, I am surprised that I am not dead yet. I look back and think how I was run over when I was five and the doctors told my mother I would not make it.
And I was in a major car wreck with a telephone pole that moved the engine into the front seat of the truck I was in. Me and three of my friends were taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. But God had different plans!
In committing my life to the Lord's safe keeping, I have failed many times. I remember asking the Lord, "Why do I feel this way? Why have I fallen so far, yet again?"
And one night after much study and prayer, I was caught up in the Spirit where I envisioned a man being pinned to a tree by stakes. I watched as they raised Him up and I noticed Christ raise His head and look directly at me.
I clearly saw a single tear drop fall. Just one and that was all. And it had not been from any of the torturing He had received either. He shed a single tear drop just for me.
Right then and there I fell to my knees and cried, "Dear Lord, forgive me Father for I have sinned against You. I have broken Your holy laws and disobeyed Your loving commands. Teach me dear Father, instruct me in Your glorious ways. Father that Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven in and through me that I may dwell in the house of the Lord."
I arose to look at the man that hung on the tree and I heard my Saviour say, "Father, forgive him for he knew not what he did."
As I journey on from this point in time I forget not what my Jesus has done for me, and I know that this is not the end.
May God Bless each of you.