Trouble is with Me

We do not like to admit we are wrong. Accepting blame is difficult. In today’s passage, Paul notes that he is a slave to sin. He says, “The trouble is with me.” This is the place each of us must come to at some point in life. Some will agree that “the trouble is with me,” but others will point fingers elsewhere.

Paul made it clear that “the trouble is not with the law.” The law is good. The problem is people are sinful. We break the law. None of us can keep the law. The Bible tells us that the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23). Because we could not fulfill the law, Jesus Christ came to fulfill the Law and to conquer death.

Ask the Spirit if something is separating you from God today. If something is revealed, accept that the trouble is with you. Ask God to forgive you and then move forward. Don’t carry around the trouble; let it in God’s hands so you can be healed and restored.

“So the trouble is not with the law, for it is spiritual and good. The trouble is with me, for I am all too human, a slave to sin.” – Romans 7:14 [NLT]

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