Truth is a key that unlocks doors. What doors are keeping you from functioning in the fullness of the purpose and calling of the Creator?
So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, 32and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” – John 8:31,32
So Yeshua said to the Yehudi sect that followed His teachings that if you “abide” (to stay, endure, remain) in my word or teachings, you are truly my discipline students or of my yoke or my followers and you will know or have knowledge of the truth and this truth will set you free.
It is curious that we reject truth.
It is as if there is some psychosis distorting our grasp of reality and self worth.
Righteousness is a path that will lock you out of seemingly good opportunities, but the place your commitment to Yahweh takes you is well worth it.
I felt an instant connection with the artist, ministers, and vendors in Atlanta today. This is an experience that will stay with me for a lifetime.
It is your heart that leaks out into your life as fruit that others see and judge. These fruit as I was reaffirmed in Church today by Apostle Ron Carpenter at Redemption World Outreach Center is an out pouring of the heart. The real you is not the act you present to the public to fit into the image you think they want. The real you is the soul that will surface in your decisions and actions in your motivations and passions… it is truth of who you are. You are not just what you see in the mirror, but it is why you do what you do. I believe God placed Himself in your eternal heart and He is waiting for you to be born again living as He intended by YOU simply unlocking Him. Jesus came to establish the kingdom that kingdom is now in your heart…the act…the process of establishing this kingdom is who YOU really are. I dare you to reveal yourself.
What if you are like a pitcher or vessel that holds water and God decided that He wants His Spirit (or water) poured into the Presidents glass at the White House? It would be an honor to be elevated to such a position; Continue reading