Another point is that with polygamy comes the need to constantly judge – not just character but the array of choices. You'll need to know good and evil, good from evil and it goes on and on. Every contact has two sides…you need to decide on which is which. That’s the true conflict and it’s all happening inside you, first.
The fashion of CHRIST is that the Christian has an undying passion for CHRIST. It is that the Christin is constantly reminded of the duty to be true to self and witness the counsel of CHRIST over any given circumstance.
The focus of the Messiah – humble shepherd and guide – is the sheep, the lost sheep and the other sheep. All sheep would be saved (if they want: accept to the saved), brought to the fold under one guide and true protection and led into the bliss of eternal fellowship with the creator. That’s the aim of salvation.
The voice of the Messiah is persistent but not violent; it is consistent but not impudent; it is resilient, it is pertinent, it is a commandment to know, obey and to follow.
Well, the truth is (your) faith in GOD is not rewarded solely by the absence of pain but profoundly in the presence of it (pain).
This enemy fights GOD by denunciation even in the face of GOD.
I am not Ashamed to be accountable to GOD, to be judged by GOD to made by GOD. I am not Ashamed to be called by GOD: to be guided, chosen, forgiven, redeemed and formed by GOD; to be protected and provided for BY GOD.
The command is: Don't have anything stopping GOD in HIS way of redeeming you to the righteousness that beats the standards of guilty and frail humans.
The Change came with a promise of redemption. A redemption that seemed too good to be true. How could a closet sinner find freedom in the truth?