PROVING THAT THERE IS NO ACCUSER

When John on the Isle of Patmos beheld the glory, supremacy, and eternal perfection of God and the power of the Christ, he saw too, with tremendous joy, that there could be, then, no accuser. From the mount of spiritual illumination he wrote (Rev.12: 10), "The accuser of our brethren is cast down." Here is the Scriptural promise—here is the Word of God set down for all time. What a glorious revelation—no accuser, hence no accused!

Are we quick to rejoice in the undeviating compassion of Love when we are confronted with a problem which we recognize to be the result of momentary negligence on our part? And when we have resolved not to repeat the error, do we hold fast to the eternal perfection of God's universe in which there can be no sinful act because there is no sinful man? Do we instantly repudiate the false suggestion that punishment pursues us even when we have regretted some unintentional misstep?

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