GOD’sBondMan: Thirteen [Questioning Bondage, once more]

BOND Thirteen

How can bondage end?

You know what? It would never end; perhaps, like matter it would change its state but it would never end – that is a principle. For GOD’sBondMan, the issue is not to be in bondage or be rid of(f) it but the contest lies on “to whom…” is one in bondage to? Until now, bondage is a grave word but so is life: to live is a grave experience, to please GOD, a graver one. One must die to live. One must forgo the world to be accepted to the Word of truth. One must deny self to be adopted as child of The Most High. One must…to be…

Loss to gain?

Well if you put it that way…but bondage is really dependent on self and who is defining this allegiance. To self, bondage-to-GOD is gruesome; to GOD, bondage-to-self is death. Your choice?

Any last words?

Denying truth for fear of liberation, clay rejecting fire because it is afraid to be strong, refusing to speak out on a secret sin simply because you have grown a form of affection for it even if it’s to your damnation or doing so for fear of shame by condemnation, these, too, are examples of bondage. The goal of being GOD’sBondman is to take up a newness from the old bondage. It tilts the bondage unto self towards GOD. It involves taking up the yoke which is light: shining and easy then taking up the burden which is easy and one of peace. Being GOD’sBondMan is taking the burden of GOD and GOD’s burden, to humanity, is restoration to the edicts of creation, nothing less of a full ascension and reinstatement into full ordination and peace by surrending to the liberty that eternal life gives.

The end.

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