“Fear of man will prove to be a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is kept safe. Many seek an audience with a ruler, but it is from the Lord that one gets justice.”Proverbs 29:25-26 NIV
What is your inner man/woman telling you? We may seek many things (false idolization) but how many of us actually seek the kingdom of Christ? I ask these questions to provoke answers. When we look past ourselves and go within (I am) we shall find the hidden treasures to life through Christ. When we let go of the things that have been hindering and holding us back we will discover so much more! Where will you find your hidden treasure? 😇 God bless your day!
Good morning,Why do we judge others when we haven’t cleaned our act up? Sounds like we’re sweeping and cleaning in other folks business instead of our own.
Religious mindsets did this as well judging Christ, not realizing he was sent to justify the people who had been left behind or as the Bible says lost.
But the religious relics collaborated the strategies they did because of the fears they had concerning losing control and popularity over the world . The religious relics intention concerning Jesus was to stifled out the growth of the people that is the poor then as they have today. These plots and plans to undermine a people has forced and encouraged boldness and a Godly violence that’s brought reconciliation in some, and change which is still available to those who have lost their way. Liberty is not given freely there must be a violent will to study and show yourself approved. There must be a hunger and thirst for righteousness. There must be a apparent change according to the word that lets you know your moving into the transformation of concerning the light. Matthew 11:12
From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been subjected to violence, and violent people have been raiding it. Are you working to reconcile your life in this manner? This is not physical it is spiritual.
The Kingdom is ours with the right mind … The mind of Christ is bold but humble!
Kim M. Warner