However, for the Christian who refuses to live in the constraint of mercy – not just to themselves, their neighbours or to the standard of GOD found in HIS Promises – there would be no mercy at judgement.
For the bonds, all the components must be present and if one is missing, the bond tends to tilt towards travesty. When I think of this, I think of the law, too.
For the Christian, we have received grace which is power and strength to abide in the tenets of GOD's framework for humanity so that we do not partake in the influence of sin, anymore. The relevance of this is this…
In what appears to be David's pre-burial ceremony (seeing that he had lived for all he wished to live for), there are enigmas to pick and epiphanies to plant in our hearts just as much. The first of many – from which I hope to address a few – is that GOD chose us
The FOURTH issue is that with contention comes a digression from progression to regret. Someone remembers the past and begins to not just doubt but specifically wish they had not known the truth or met the truth personified in JESUS; someone thinks they should not submit to GOS's sovereignty and in this, humanity begins a movement to accuse GOD: not by words, alone, but by actions or worse: by intentions which fight GOD more than we know.
If we deserve punishment in judgement, we can receive an entitlement of forgiveness by this commandment. Break the Wheel!
I was born into a churchgoing Christian home, to loving yet strict parents but I think the devil must have had his eyes on me because he knew the greatness God has placed in me. So somehow, I found a way to stray, several ways if I may say.
This is the inheritance: that CHRIST is my buffer; that the very definition of “limitless” limits me; that the very example of freedom is my only limitation...
to live by the strength of faith, to be strong by faith, in faith and for the furtherance of faith. To be glad in all things: going my way or on my way, going. To take joy in GOD and from GOD.