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Feb 22, 2012

#2 - Henry Gruver's Remitting Sins
What is the real issue here? Taking out strongholds in the land, or moving in the love of God for souls in that land? Is our motivation from the love of the Father for the souls? Do we love those souls? Do we want to tear down strongholds to permanently free those souls? That is the purpose for remitting sins. That is the proper motivation for engaging in spiritual warfare: Holy Spirit given love for souls.
Are you discouraged with the results of your prayers? Are you reaching the people around you, or not? Are you penetrating the hard shell so that people will repent, or do you feel like you’re wasting your time with praying and witnessing? Begin remitting sins and you will see dramatic changes in those around you.
You may want to study this list of synonyms and antonyms for the word remit, as found in Strong’s Concordance and Vine’s Expository Dictionary:

Synonyms - The Mountain of Good
Antonyms - The Mountain of Evil

discontinue, restrain
hold, prohibit, exact
absolve, release
withhold, reserve, avenge
pardon, acquit, consign
impose duty, on tie up, retain
surrender, leave off, moderate
persist, continue, control, restrict
mitigate, desist, soften, deliver, relent
command, dominate, take revenge
convey, excuse, overlook, exempt, forward
get the upper hand, bind, sway, keep
alleviate, dispatch, transmit, transfer, relax
suppress, make responsible, repress

”Which mountain have you been climbing?…Have you been releasing others? Have you been sending them forward? Have you been dispatching and transmitting and conveying and transferring and delivering them? Then you have been remitting sins! If you have been making others responsible, placing them under obligation, repressing, restricting, restraining and prohibiting them…You have been retaining them!…You can be either a blessing or a curse. Choose the blessing.

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