Truth is…

Truth is…

Living in the lower recesses of the heart and mind is what keeps a person bond.   

 The heart and the mind are world aligned in most cases, the two are trained to lie having forgot spiritual truth, the two are trained to be reckless with life, devoid of valuing life. The two without God are animalistic reacting in cannabalistic nature, only because they have forgotten Gods giving and loving nature. Animal or carnivore nature which is what humans act out of will eat a person alive without accepting the transformation given through Christ.

Take the power, and authority God has given you and put the devil where he belongs … As well we remember Romans 12:2,3 which says present your heart and mind acceptable unto the Lord. We must remember daily to allow the Holy Spirit to rise, resurrect and take all that the enemy has tried to take from us back!

In Jesus name! Amen!

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Are we trusting God?

This morning I pray that as we take time to concentrate on trusting God, we remember Gods purpose and vision for our lives. I pray that we remember Gods people as we work our purpose, because for what other reason would God have us here, rather than sharing, caring, and connecting spreading Unity Remember that the vision must be written and set for an appointed time concerning the works our hands are given to do and the territory our feet shall tread upon.
Genesis 15:1 God tells Abram that He will be his shield and reward.
Genesis 15: Abram expresses his greatest desire to God as he has found God to be the very essence guiding him on his internal journey and quest. He says, oh Sovereign God what have I to give you when all I have will go to my servant, because I lack and heir?
Because Abram had no children at this time he felt he had no offering to give to God. He felt there was no sacrifice for him to present to God. But God told Abram in time a child would come. Have you a sacrifice to give to God today? What about intangible sacrifices, one like trust?
Will you trust God with the children you have, yet do the work ordained by Christ (Great commission)? Will you trust God with the finances that you need to call divine order into or do you know Duet15:1-3 calling attention to debt and decreeing it paid off ( credit release) until it happens or romans 8:12 king James version, that literally says, we owe know debt to man if we live in and by the spirit of God? Will you trust God to help you make it through scared relationships? Will you trust God for the job, or even prayers that have not come to past yet?
 Knowing the word of God is trusting God for unseen things to happen. God never gave a person a house or a car and said, now you can trust me, because you have the house or car. God has no need to invest in visions and dreams that have been birth already. He has done those things already. God is interested in the words we speak, how we see the possibilities He has given us, how we feel about the words He’s given us and how we stand on the word through out the test of time.
Amen God is faithful and trusting, but are we?

Blessings @kimwarner27

Holy Anger (Written by Quincy Mason)

Holy Anger

Over the last couple of articles, the topics of hope and self-love were discussed to help guide individuals to their place of destiny, or promised land. The message of hope highlighted the power of writing down visions from God and absorbing the inspiration received from daily prayer and interaction with those visions. The inspiration (God’s breath of life) will cause you to move in the direction of the things that you’re hoping for. The message of self-love depicted the importance of embracing the things that enthuse you, and truly accepting who God made you to be. Since enthusiasm comes from God (root word entheos – God on the inside of you), you will be following God when you follow your passion. Likewise, this message on “holy anger” is a follow-up puzzle piece to those messages. “Holy”anger makes up part of the fabric for the journey of your life’s purpose.

The word “Holy” means separated onto God, or exclusive for God’s purposes. Thus, “holy” anger will be mentioned to describe action motivated by God’s anger to fulfill His justice/purpose in the Earth. Scripture instructs us to “be ye angry, but sin not”. Over the course of my life, I’ve heard this scripture used as a point of reference to illustrate that we should not be ruled by our emotions in a negative manner and that we should exercise control when individuals provoke or antagonize us. Those teachings are very good and they are indeed solid because we must understand that we have to “bridle our tongue” and “turn the other cheek” in the presence of outlandish offenses made towards us. On the other hand, the basis that we will explore on the biblical verse of “be ye angry, but sin not” will come from the standpoint of the following: 1) Anger is not always a bad thing. 2) Anger can be ordained of God. 3) Anger should be directed in a positive manner to “right a wrong” or solve a problem.

When we acknowledge that we are made in God’s image and that we have the same emotions as God, it should certainly make us wonder “is it okay to be angry?” When I hear the verse, “be ye angry, but sin not”, a couple of things come to mind. First, I interpret that its okay to get upset and/or angry as long as you don’t sin or commit a terrible deed in return that you will later regret. Secondly, I think of a deeper meaning of the phrase “sin not”. The opposite of sin is called righteousness, or doing what’s right in God’s sight. In my mind, when I think of that verse, I hear something different. I hear “be ye angry, but be righteous (meaning get angry, but “right” the wrong). Where am I going with this?

For just a moment, consider the things of the world that needs to be addressed, confronted or changed. How is it possible for correction or real change to occur if the “ills” of the world doesn’t disturb someone at the core of their being? There will be some things in this world that will anger you so much that you will feel compelled to do something about it. These provocations for anger and how it affects your soul, in my opinion, are God-ordained. Now let me be clear, the incidents that get us angry may not be of God, but the provocation for anger that promotes change/correction may certainly be inspired by God. Does this make sense? In other words, the things that were meant for harm can turn into good if we know how to appropriately apply “be ye angry, but sin not”.

Below are some examples of the effective use of “holy” anger and how the problem solving can be addressed through one’s vocation. 1) Witnessing domestic abuse – addressed by becoming a counselor or social worker. 2) Acknowledging the troubles that marriages face – becoming a family therapist, counselor or psychologist. 3) Recognizing that people can work a job everyday of their lives and still live in poverty – being a financial coach. 4) Knowing that a person can live a life of hell on Earth, yet they can still die and go to Hell for eternity – becoming an evangelist or preacher. 5) Witnessing crime in your community and no longer wanting its residents to live in fear – becoming a police officer. 6) Infuriated about homelessness in America – becoming a volunteer to feed the homeless…At this point, you get the gist of where I’m going.

“Holy” anger leads you to the problem that you were CALLED to help solve. Therefore, just as your visions, inspirations of hope, and enthusiasm gives you guidance for the path that you should follow in life, we should also consider the things that generally anger us the most. Imagine if Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King had never been consumed with “holy” anger when he learned that Rosa Parks was jailed for not giving up her seat on the bus in Montgomery, Alabama. My God! Look at what his demonstration of “be ye angry, but sin not” did for our society!

The problem that you solve, or could solve, is one of the reasons that you’re still here on this Earth. Additionally, problems that are solved can lead to highly profitable business ideas too. This spiritual blueprint has led many inventors to their path of untold riches. Thus, I’m encouraging you to just ponder over the things that really gnaw at your soul and irritate you. In doing so, continue to seek God in prayer and wait for the vision that inspires you to be the hope of change that the world needs. As you do this, it should stir up the passion, the enthusiasm, and the gifts that reside on the inside of you. As you embrace those feelings, and not ignore them, you will be the gift that the world has been waiting on. Let’s boldly go before the world and become righteous problem solvers! Amen.

Written by: Quincy Mason
Published with: Inner Faith Wealth Builders !Evangelism
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