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.
They are not satisfied with the Promise of GOD, the patience of HIS Word and the Reaffirmation of HIS undying love for all humanity even though we hurt HIM with our sins – purposefully or unintentionally. They want more but they want more for themselves. To them, heaven can wait; from them, depart.
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Worship is meekness fighting pride; is tears; is fear; is honour; is joy; is hope; is skin; is beauty; is surreal; is imagination; is GOD walking through man; is heartbeat and hell being starved.
This doesn't refer to the freedom to doubt but to the doubt that we are free. It is the doubt that questions if we can be free. Have you been so drenched in slavery to the world and captive to the ways of the world that all your thoughts, actions and inactions are tailored to … Continue reading Doubting Freedom
So the first time we got estranged from GOD was the beginning our end. But GOD is very busy trying to get closer to us. GOD is very interested in talking to every human; very interested in connecting with us as much as we can receive HIM.
So you see, not giving worship to GOD is hating GOD. The third command says don’t hate GOD because worship is how we love GOD and we cannot worship GOD if we don’t love GOD.
Everything that happens between my entry and exit of the world is HIS to approve, HIS to prove, HIS for reprove, HIS to ensure I improve, HIS for the stillness or the joy in every move.
It’s like holding boiling water in your mouth; it's like letting fire burn through your veins; it’s like looking at the sun without shades; it's like running away from a pacing lion; it's like listening to a barking dog, all-night; or it’s like climbing to the roof or building on a tree or waiting for loving parents to come home after a long journey. That’s the feeling.