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** Deuteronomy 15:15 NKJV 15 You shall remember that you were a Slave {a sinner} in the land of Egypt {the world}, and the Lord your God redeemed you; therefore I command you this thing today.

Date:   9/26/2020 1:25:25 AM ( 63 d ago)


Many eternal things never come to the attention of the masses in history! Because there is a specific order and plan to the Heavenly system of God - which is far removed from everyday humans!

In the expance of Eternity, a great many things are never known to the multitude of humanity! Why?

Ignorance and doubt top the list of reasons for this situation! MAinly because of all the wonderful things on the earth! It is not scandelious nor is it on purpose. Most is the result of where and how people tend to put their attention and concerns.

If you can get your attention upon the Grand abode of Almighty God - then your mind can be opened to the vastness of Heaven! It defies a complete human discription due to it's Grandure and Holiness!

The purpose here is not to show any total presentation of exactly what and completeness of the Kingdom of Heaven! Our (your) part is to become aware of first it's presence and then the absolute vastness of Heaven!

** Critical Thinking = God Given Intelligence

Deuteronomy 15:15 NKJV
15 You shall remember that you were a Slave {sinner} in the land of Egypt{the world}, and the Lord your God redeemed you; therefore I command you this thing today!

Date: 9/25/2020 2:17:11 AM ( 23 h ) ... viewed 20 times

God-Given Intelligence is the key not only to improving your existence but also learning how to love your neighbor!

Give Agape Love:
Matthew 23:10-12 NKJV:
10 And do not be called teachers; for only One is your Teacher, the Lord Christ.
11 But he who is to be greatest among you shall be your servant.
12 And whoever exalts himself will be [a]humbled, and he who humbles himself will be [b]exalted.

Footnotes
[a] Matthew 23:12 put down
[b] Matthew 23:12 lifted up

Romans 12:10 NKJV
we are called to:
10 Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love, in honor giving preference to one another;
We are admonished to desire the welfare of others more than our own; to like others better than ourselves.

** Love your neighbor!

That is an awesome command that is only obtainable through God's supernatural AGAPE LOVE. If this very simple, yet a very profound truth that could be understood and applied, then strife would cease.
(Prov. 13:10).

The world would see Christianity as never before, and we would discover the true joy that comes from serving someone other than ourselves.

There is much confusion today on the subject of love because we have only one English word (love) to describe a broad aspect of meanings.

For example, if I said, 'I love my wife, I love apple pie, and I love my dog, I love my mother' obviously I am not talking about love in the same degree or definition.

** While the Magnanimous AGAPE Love of God is supreme!
God's type of love; the highest stage of love, is AGAPE Love.

This is when and where we seek the welfare or betterment of others even when we don't feel affection.

AGAPE love does not come from one's feelings.

Jesus displayed this AGAPE kind of love by going to the cross and dying for us even though He didn't feel like dying. Jesus sought the betterment of you and me, regardless of His feelings.

We, too, can have AGAPE love for our enemies even though we don't have a warm feeling of affection for them.
If they are hungry we can feed them; if they are thirsty we can give them a drink. We can choose to seek the betterment and welfare of others regardless of how we feel.

If anyone becomes a servant or slave and humbles himself with the motive of being exalted, then he is not truly fulfilling Jesus' command. Jesus is teaching about a true, dependent servant's heart, that loves others more than itself and will joyfully go without so that someone else may prosper.

Deuteronomy 15:15 NKJV
15 You shall remember that you were a Slave {a sinner} in the land of Egypt {the world}, and the Lord your God redeemed you; therefore I command you this thing today.
** This hung on the wall of John Newton the great African Slaver turned into the Hymn Writer of "Amazing Grace" {one of the greatest ever written!}.

Proverbs 13:10
Where there is strife, there is pride,
but wisdom is found in those who take advice.

Some folks seem gravitated towards strife and contention… always looking for a good fight.
Solomon warns us NOT to be hasty in getting involved in strife.

You could end up in a situation where you don’t know what to do… how to get out of it… how to END the strife…
Prov. 17:14 – it is like the letting out of water.

" Oh how sweet the sound! "
If we just take it to heart!
Seek resolution - not strife!

 

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