Someone opened their eyes for the first time, and someone else closed theirs for the last. God was there both times because he is the God of all God’s; the living and the dead. God is everywhere, even between the dashes. (1900 dash 2000) There is a lot that goes on in the middle of the fine line that bridges the gap between living and dying.
God is the God of all God’s and the only one I know of that’s on our side. Everything in his doctrine is for the good of others and self-help. No human sacrifices are necessary; the murder of innocence’s in his behalf is out of the question, or any ungodly act we can conjure up in his name.
The God of all God’s name is Jesus Christ. A name that means the Word of God. If you know that name you probably know right from wrong, therefore you know something about Christ. But if what you know leaves you to not trust him, may I suggest we leave his name out of all our lying and wrong doings. If we can’t, we may suffer consequences dealt by our own hands.
“Indeed, let God be true, but every man a liar.” Romans 3:4
Call on the god you believe in. But for your own best interest calling on Christ is a win-win. If you do not believe in Jesus stop calling, using, and hiding behind the real him when in trouble; get on board or your call may not be answered in a timely fashion; it may have been blocked by you know who… We don’t want our cry stuck in call waiting.
We need Jesus Christ to be on the mainline. He is the only God that gives us as many chances we need to be successful in life. He is the only true God who will not hang up on us when we give ourselves and commit to His Commandments.
Place no gods before him, love your neighbor as thyself, don’t covet things that belong to others, etc. It’s simple, just treat people the way you want to be treated and Christ will give as much as you have given; oftentimes more than we deserve. Everlasting Life is one such gift.
Jesus is the only One I know of that gives choices and the only One I ever heard of that forgives. I never heard of him using brute force to get anyone or thing to obey his will. I was told and read he cannot do evil or take his word back. I also know he wouldn’t want to.
“Let no one say when he is tempted, “I am tempted by God;” for God cannot be tempted by evil, and he does not tempt anyone.” James 1:13
Jesus doesn’t sit on the sidelines complaining when we are out of the game, he coaches us back in and gives us the best play of the day, and if we listen to our hearts where he resides, we can win. The God of all God’s is a team player, and he wants us all to have the best there is to have.
Make no mistake about it, we pay a heavy price when we go against what has been ordained by God.
When praying to Christ about something we don’t deserve or need will not cause us to lose our voice; Jesus simply reminds us we are all his children and as a good father would, he may or may not grant our wishes. I believe this may depend on our degree of service.
“Rights that do not flow from duty well performed are not worth having.” Mahatma Gandhi
The God of all God’s knows we can get into a habit of praying complaints. The Oh God prayer. Jesus already knows what we are in need of. Shouldn’t we know by now that whatever we are seeking can be found in him; if only we would worship, love, adore and praise His name? The world can be our oyster and cake we can eat.
We need prayer, for without it “If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” Abraham Maslav
Jesus Christ is a problem solver, a healer, a lover of man. When we make mistakes, which is all the time; this action makes him forgive, holding no grudges or bearing false witness. The God of all God’s, recognize the fact that we make mistakes, so he puts us in a position to claim that mistake as an experience; a learning process pulled from the category called, forgiveness.
The Devil promised Jesus the world, and he declined the offer. An example of what we should do. Shouldn’t we know by now the carnal world is an enemy of his and we will have tribulations just as Christ did? But for those who believe in him, they shall have peace and everlasting life. Go figure.
The Devils promises are just that, promises. Don’t get it twisted, Satan is a creation of God and can be eliminated by God, the same as you and I. Everything depends on which way we lean; we have choices, something not offered with these other gods. (Graven imagines.)
Jesus Christ is the ultimate helpmate for the betterment of all. Even when we see a person’s success, remember he didn’t get there all by himself; help was received from something or someone. Beware of the Devil; he gives gifts too.
The God of all God’s is the one who can sustain the gifts He gives. Christ Jesus gifts don’t come with dire circumstances, idle promises and revenge. As a matter of fact, most are given freely to those who deserve them and some who don’t.
Favor is often given to some we may not consider worthy, but that’s not our call, and we may never know why, after all, He is God.
The God of all God’s said He would give us all the resources we need in our lifetime; keeping the doors open for any opportunity to finish the life we are already living, lending itself to purpose. With Jesus, the human soul can rise above and beyond our own expectations and create an environment that is healthy, wealthy and wise for all those around by “bringing joy to the world” thru our Lord and Savior.
“God is not a man, that he should lie, nor the son of man, that he should repent. Has he said, and will he not do? Or has he spoken, and will he not make it good?” Numbers 23:19
Jesus Christ is indeed the God I will serve, forever and ever. What about you and yours?
Bring a child up and when he is old, he will not forget. I know that to be true because I was raised in the church, so when I fell down I knew right where to go to get up, again and again, and yet again. The Lord Jesus Christ is a merciful God. A God that makes us resilient with the ability to recover readily from any misfortune; allowing us to return to our original position and rebound.
“For God gave us a spirit not of fear, but out of power and love and self-control.” 2nd Timothy 1:7
I wrote and told you before Jesus Will; “Be your friend, help you set your goals. Secure your success, giving you joy in what you already have. Motivate and give you a clean heart coupled with a great attitude. Inspire your life as well as encourage love. Instill in you, perseverance, determination, and patience. Grant your dreams and bless your family.”
Oh! Give thanks to the Lord, for he is the God of all Gods and he is good. Amen
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