WBJMinistries

9/16/12

I b believe that all of us survive on the expectation and hope of happiness. None of us wants to suffer. The purpose of life is the attainment of happiness. One can achieve happiness at the physical and mental level, as well as at the level at which one can alleviate or abate suffering.There can be two types of happiness the happiness one gets from achieving happiness mentally and physically and the happiness that can be a attained through the decrease of suffering. And he laid his right hand upon me saying unto me fear not I am the first and the last. I am he that liveth and was dead and behold, I am alive for e evermore,Amen, and have the keys of hell and of death. Write the things which  are, and the things which Shall l be hereafter. Be not always wanting some other work to do, but gratefully perform the you task The lord has given you-Amen no matter who signs your paycheck, you are really working for God. There is a form of pride  that is essentially evil precisely because it is draped in unconventional  religion,and
 Thus goes because because it looks so harmless and respectable. This sort of pride,what we see in the pharisee in the Temple and also among Job's friend, is the objectifying of others-not really seeing others as persons in their own right to evaluate.Yet there is another pole of the revealed Christians message the scriptures proclaim that God is love and an irreversible bonded relationship With all God's beloved creatures. Creation is God's self-bestowal of love. God is simultaneously and transcendental beyond all human imagination while also inwardly present every where God lives within human beings,,closer to us than we are to ourselves. In the incarnation God in Jesus becomes fully human and fully divine thereby irreversibly bonded with humankind in those days shall Judah be saved and Jerusalem shall dwell safely and this is the name where with she shall be called, The lord our righteousness Jeremiah 3 4:16 Not with eyeservice as men pleasers but as bondservants of Christ doing the will of God from the heart.-Ephesians 6:6

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