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Mark.6:1-6

Jesus said, “It is impossible for an offence not to come, but woe unto him/her through which it comes”. (Lk.17:1-2) You can cause an offence and so can I, but woe is the person who will cause God’s children to fall into “scandalon”. When an offence comes through us, and a brother/sister falls into the trap of the enemy, he/she can be there for over 60 years, and yet be praising and worshipping God. He cannot hear, neither will He answer until we let it go, and His grace will redeem us.

May you cry out to God on account of someone else’s scadalon that caused you to be caught in a trap. Let go of the human drags you have been carrying in your spirit, and God can work with you. The word says, “Forgive us as we forgive them that trespass against us. If you do not let them go, “apoluo”, God will not let you go. You are bound to the offence, and the darts of the enemy are causing pains and grieves.

Let it go! Let it go! Let it go! Let it go! Let it go! Let it go! Let it go! Let it go! Let it go!

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