After a Torah study:
Opening up my journal, reading themes, and realizing words, I have this on my heart this morning. I am blessed to have a friend like you at a time such as this, and realize how TRULY blessed I am. Thank you for your life. . .
God would have made all creation for one righteous man.
It takes the righteousness of one man to save a nation.
It takes the righteousness of one man to save generations.
It took the righteousness of one man to save mankind.
You have the ability to fulfill God’s plan for creation.
You have the ability to save a nation.
You have the ability to save generations.
You have the ability to live under the authority of the one who saved all mankind.
Heaven and earth are still here, but bound with soul and spirit. . .
“If you love me, obey my commandments.”
We should all live as though salvation through righteousness could be earned, knowing all along that it is a gift of God and nothing you can earn or deserve.
commandments, and the key is love.
Rejoice with those who rejoice. . .
Mourn with those who mourn. . .
Grace always comes in a whisper. Who/what are you listening to?
From I Corinthians 13-
My God is patient and kind.
My God does not envy or boast.
My God is not proud, rude or self-seeking.
My God is not easily angered.
My God keeps no record of wrongs.
My God does not delight in evil but rejoices in truth.
My God always protects, trusts, hopes and preserves.
My God never fails.
For we know in part, we will soon know in whole, I await the day when all will be revealed with a zeal I have never known and hope for the coming of my Savior. We are more than conquers, and you can win today.
It is a battle today, for nothing less than your soul.