Sabbath's appetizer: Come back to the throne.

I will start today's appetizer with a chorus from the song Heart of worship, by Michael W. Smith.

I'm coming back to the heart of worship
And it's all about You,
It's all about You, Jesus
I'm sorry Lord, for the things I've made
When it's all about You,
It's all about you, Jesus.

What got me in this chorus is the "I'm sorry Lord, for the things I've made" and I got the inspiration to write this because of that.

I once thought of writing a secular fiction novel but I know if I put it into writing, it will send out a lot of negative signals and even corrupt some people.

I may repent for causing the fall of some people, but I would have created something that will constantly haunt me.

But even when you have create something bad, never allow yourself to be drifted away from God, because of your guilt. Some backslided christians have lost hope of redemption, not because they enjoy sins, but because they felt God now hates them and won't welcome them again.

Really, if it's true that it is either you are for God or you are for the devil (no in-betweens) then you should never at any moment allow your mistakes to take you away from God. This is a lesson from the life of king David. It is better for God discipline to you than for the devil to pamper you.

You don't have two father, you have just one: God
And he cannot forsake you, you are one who should not forsake him.

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