Beloved, your mistakes don’t have to determine your future. Your new identity in Christ through His finished work has made all the difference in your life!

You don’t have to look far
to realize your failures, right?

Every day, sometimes
brings fresh reminders,

that we are so weak
in and of ourselves.

But friend, listen carefully.
The flesh is still in us.

And I think that God leaves us
with the flesh, even after

we are born again to humble us,
to always remind us of

our need for Him.

Or else we are people that
always feel like after one victory:

“We are strong now
and we’re not going to fall.”

No, friend.

The flesh is the flesh and
the flesh is always there. Right?

So before you see the freedom
from the addiction,

from the sinful habit,
before you can have

that transformation that
you so desire,

you need to believe there
is now no condemnation.

Now in Romans 8:1,
it says clearly.

“Therefore there is now
no condemnation at all”

“for those who are
in Christ Jesus.”

I like the New American
Standard Bible (NASB)

because it brings out
the word: “No.”

“No condemnation at all.”
The word “no” there.

There are a number of
Greek words for “no”

or “negative or “negation”
but this word “no” is

a powerful, negative conjunction.

And the word in the Greek

is “oudeis.”

“Oudeis” is used when you
are describing something

where it leaves no exception.
It shuts the door completely.

There is no one or nothing,
nothing at all.

It shuts the door, leaving
no exceptions.

“Therefore there is now
no condemnation at all”

“for those who are
in Christ Jesus.”

A lot of people receive
condemnation in themselves

and I’m reminded of something
the Lord told me as I was searching.

And like I said just now.

Last year, especially,
I was going into the area of:

“A lot of people have heard
this truth (of condemnation) and those”

“who have heard this truth,
I see many people have had”

“many testimonies,
they have been transformed.”

But some are not transformed.
And I really want to see 100% results.

Of course, I know that
human will comes in and all that,

but I’m someone who’s
really hungry for all that

God has for us.
How about you? Amen.

So I asked the Lord.

And He didn’t answer me
immediately, but one day

I was praying, I remember
praying and then I heard

these words,
very simple words.

One line after another,
it came into my spirit

as I was praying.

I had to get up from my prayer,
grab a pen, and go to my notebook

and write down verbatim

what I heard in my spirit,
what the Lord was saying to me,

I want to read to you because

this is the same notebook
that I wrote, jotted down

what the Lord said to me
during prayer and

this is what He said
to me last year.

When it came to me so strong,
one after another,

and I’ll say this.

At first you will say:
“Well, Pastor Prince,”

“that is nothing profound.
It sounds so simple.”

But isn’t it like God to
share with you simple things

and yet life-transforming?

It can be a pivotal point in
your life when you hear it. Okay?

And this is what
He said to me:

“Jesus cannot bear guilt while
you are bearing guilt.”

“Guilt cannot be in two places.”

“Either it’s on Him or it’s on you.”

“If it’s on you, and you bear it,
it cannot be on Him.”

“If it’s on Him, then it’s not on you.”

“Pastor, this is so simple.”


“Where guilt is, there
can be no restoration.”

“If guilt is on Him, then
restoration is on you.”

If He took your guilt, then
restoration is coming your way.

And when He shared this with me,
straight away, I’m reminded

of the five offerings.

All the five offerings in the
book of Leviticus

typify that one offering of Christ
at the cross.

It takes five Levitical offerings
to show us what happened

to Jesus at the cross.

Of course, one of them,
the meal offering,

actually refers to His entire life.
Okay? But the rest refers to that

one act of Christ on the cross.

I’m going to focus on
the guilt offering.

The guilt offering.
There’s a guilt offering.

First of all, there’s a
burnt offering.

And then there is a
meal offering.

There is a peace offering.
There is a sin offering,

and then there is a guilt offering.

Now it says it like
this in Leviticus 6.

It says here talking about
the “asham”,

which is the guilt offering:

“If you have sinned in
any of these ways,”

“you are guilty.
You must give back”

“whatever you stole,
or the money you took”

“by extortion, or the security deposit
or the lost property you found,”

“or anything obtained by
swearing falsely.”

“You must make restitution
or restoration by”

“paying the full price.”
Paying what?

“The full price plus an additional
20% to the person you have harmed.”

So in other words, 100%.
The full price is a 100% plus 20%.

So it’s 120%.

To the person you have

“On the same day, you must
present a guilt offering.”

So this is actually the procedure
for the guilt offering

Or the “asham.”

In our King James, it says
the trespass offering.

Actually the word there is
“guilt offering.”

Very interesting, because we
have a sin offering already, right?

We have a sin offering
or trespass offering.

We already have a sin offering,
the fourth one in Leviticus.

Why should there be
a guilt offering?

Because many a times,
we feel guilty.

Not just that, because
it’s a real guilt that happens

when you know that
you’ve done something wrong.

The Bible says the only way
to get rid of guilt,

back in the Old Testament,
is to pay back someone

that you have stolen from,
extorted, deceived, or whatever.

You need to pay back and
repair the damage

with a 100% value of the thing
that you have stolen

or robbed him of.

And not only that, it says:
“You must add 20% to it.”

So in other words, you must
give 120%. Amen.

Now did God talk about this
just for during that time?

But look at what happened
at the cross.

Jesus took the place of the one
who has trespassed,

who has sinned, right?
Jesus took the place

as the one who has
done wrong, who extorted.

All in the list that’s mentioned
here in Leviticus 6.

Jesus took the place.

He took your place
and my place.

Instead of us being there
on that cross,

He took our place!

We did the wrong,
we did the extorting,

we did everything.
So He took our place.

By the same token,
He becomes liable for

all the wrong things that
we have done.

In other words, He will be
the one to restore 120%.

And God designed all this,
my friend, to be so.


You see, because the
Bible actually tells us this:

Jesus said in one of the
messianic Psalms.

It says in Psalms 69:
“They that hate me without a cause,”

“are more than the
hairs of my head.”

Now, this first part here is
in reference to Jesus.

How do we know that
Psalm 69 is referring to Jesus?

Because this verse was quoted by
Jesus Himself in the upper room.

At the Last Supper in John 15,
Jesus says:

“But this happened that
the word might be fulfilled,”

“which is written in their law,
‘They hated Me without a cause.’”

“They hated Me without a cause.”

Where was this taken from?
From Psalm 69.

“They that hate me without a cause.”
Notice the last part.

“Then I restored that which
I took not away.”

Jesus says: “I restored that
which I took not away.”

“I took the place of the guilty one.
I became liable for their sins.”

“Therefore I have to be the
One to restore.”

So my friend, how that works out,
what the Lord said to me.

And because I understand
about the guilt offering.

I’m going to repeat this again.

He said: “Jesus can’t bear guilt
while you are bearing guilt.”

“Guilt cannot be in two places.”

“Either it’s on Him or it’s on you.”

If it’s on you and you bear it,
you experience it,

You justify yourself,
why you feel guilty.

I don’t care whether you believe
in the gospel of grace

or whether you heard the
teachings about the

righteousness of God,
but if you bear it,

if you are feeling guilty,
friend, then it’s not on Him.

As far as you’re concerned,
it’s on you.

So if it’s on you and you bear it,
it can’t be on Him.

If it’s on Him, then it’s not on you.

In other words,
guilt cannot be in two places.

That’s what the Lord said to me.

Where guilt is, there can
be no restoration.

As you can see in the
guilt offering, there is restoration.

So what happens, friend,
when you fall into sin?

Do you hold yourself to it and say:
“Oh man, I shouldn’t have done that.”

“Oh God, please forgive me.
Lord. Oh God, please forgive me.”

And you’re feeling guilty all the time.

Now the words are okay.
“Forgive me.”

I’m not knocking the words,
but the feeling.

What are you feeling?
You’re feeling guilt.

You’re feeling condemnation.

Instead of declaring: “There is
therefore now no condemnation.”

And listen, my friend.
This will not produce licentiousness.

Some people think: “Well, if you
tell people when you sin,”

“confess there’s no condemnation,”

“confess you are the
righteousness of God in Christ…”

Yes, friend.

Because Jesus told the woman
caught in adultery:

“Neither do I condemn you.
Go and sin no more.”

Look at the order!

It is only when you receive
no condemnation that

you are empowered to go
and sin no more.

But the church has it backwards:
“Go and sin no more first.”

“Let me see your life,
then we won’t condemn you.”

That is not Jesus’ way.

Jesus told the woman
who was caught in

the act of adultery
hours ago:

“Neither do I condemn you.
Go and sin no more.”

Now when you receive the
gift of no condemnation,

while you are still in your sin,
it will empower you.

This truth must be preached
in such a way that people will

sense the no condemnation,
that they will realize

how much God loves them,
how perfect the work of Jesus

at the cross is,
to remove all their sins,

that it will empower them
to reign in life!


And that applies, also,
to the area of

health and healing,

When you fail in certain areas
and a voice comes and says:

“You know what? Now you can
expect bad things to happen to you.”

“Even your car will not
function as well.”

“Things will go wrong
in your workplace.”

“There’ll be no promotion for you.”

“There is a disfavor on you now
because you have failed.”

“You know what you did yesterday,
you know what you did last night.”

Instead of turning to Jesus,
you wallow in guilt.

Now guilt is on you, right?
Guilt cannot be in two places.

No, you got to look to Jesus.

Say: “Lord, You took this guilt.
You became my guilt offering.”

And all the while, you’re
falling in love with Him

more and more,
the more you see this. Amen.

And then you receive it.

“Because of this, I receive
120% restoration.”

Now you are entitled to that.
Praise God!

“I receive that in Jesus’ name.”

“I receive 120% restoration
in the area of work.”

Yes, believe God for that!

Because whatever area that
has been robbed,

that’s the area that the
restoration will happen.