in defining heaven, we do not define heaven by the earth or just merely the absence of hell but by the presence of heaven, itself.
Every Christian carries that same covenant in a geometrically advanced and enabled state so when a Christian is working in any place, people should know. The impact of GOD should be felt by people through you or else you'll need to move closer to GOD because the goal is that through you, others would move closer to GOD.
But, we also know that when we refer to the availability of GOD's Will, a thing being available doesn't make it GOD's Will. We may have an open path, a choice, a direction, an openness made available but the availability of a path doesn't make it GOD's Will. Invariably, not all open doors were left open by GOD; not all trees were left by GOD for us to be eaten.
You see the moment you bring GOD in the bid to unravel the reason for an occurrence, you have automatically lost your control over what you'll dig up. If GOD did not allow it, it would not have happened - that’s a mindset worth always guarding...
I would want people to see me as a continuation (Exodus 3:6, 15; 4:5 and others alike) as one who received that covenant passed from Abraham (God's beloved) to Isaac (GOD's Choice) to me (GOD's servant). I would like to be seen so (Exodus 2:24; Leviticus 26:42; 2 Kings 13:23; Acts 7:8 and others alike). I would also like people to look beyond the issue of being a man who supplants (Genesis 27:36) or a wrestler (Genesis 32: 24 & 25) to being a human who strives, thrives and tries over and over again to please GOD and stay righteous (Genesis 35:2) by GOD's Standards.
We are what happens when GOD writes, breathes, dances, journeys, sings, smiles...some of us...scratch that...we are all - at some point in life - what happens when GOD cries: for joy, for pain, in concern, for (our) repentance, for peace, for humanity or for soul. We are the weeping of heaven.
This corpse of sin refuses to leave the life and the light is creeping in. The cemetery is your heart. Today, I say, unearth the bodies - of weight and sins - and empty the coffins; let them all out one after the other; let them move in an order that states that they are no more in control.
GOD is visiting our illnesses and daily healing us: adding an extra topping of health to portions of ourselves we had no idea were in need of visiting; parts of us we cannot reach are they which GOD stretches HIS hands to touch and torch with HIS light.
what was the implication of that? Was it seduction? Was it for the purpose of sexual intoxication? Was it for go and human glorification? Did JESUS do that to be acclaimed beautiful? Did HE affirm beautification from nudity? The concept of nudity at crucifixion - with specific emphasis on garment, being cast lots upon, was to fulfil prophecy (Psalms 22:18).