The words of Jesus work for all of those who listens. Sounds easy, doesn’t it?
We get it, we know we should listen, but we are not strong enough to fight our own bodies. According to me there are two mindsets. The inner and the outer. Who you really are and who you want others to see. There aren’t enough teeth to pull, if you are trying to find the other inner. That is off-limits. Some don’t even want to let God in, knowing they can’t hide. God, do as he pleases.
I claim the outer shell of a person will let you evaluate their public appearance by their works and deeds. The key is to pay attention to what is said out of their mouths, and the action they take over the words. Did you hear everything that was said, did you understand it,and did you read the fine print? The fine print is the most important. It is sometimes the direct line to the heart of the matter, and at some point the truest of all. Words and eyes to me are the windows to the soul. Careful now… There are some smooth talkers out there, that can write fine print.
The only words you can depend on like a safe house are the words of Christ. Devour them, to help keep away the wiles of the Devil. Psalms 19:14 says;
“Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O lord, my strength, and my redeemer.”
If you are looking for the truth, and answer to your problems, you can find them in the words of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. He is the one you can listen to and trust the words that comes Spiritually from His mouth.
I like the question David asked the Lord in Psalms 15:1-2
“Lord, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? Who shall swell in thy holy hill?” The answer came in verse two saying;
“He that walk uprightly, and work righteousness, and speak the truth in his heart. If you truly want to hear something, go to a Bible teaching Bible believing church.
DID YOU HEAR THAT? YOU HEAR EVERYTHING ELSE.
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