Ideas to Ponder

When you follow Christ, you are greater in the Kingdom of God than John the Baptist. Look in John and see...he never followed and learned from Christ. The Bible says he never knew Him. They had met, they jsut had different paths.

Jesus was a Jew and followed every law. Obedience brings blessings. We are free to do whatever we want, but now all things we want are good for us.

When God said, "who told you you were naked"....we need to ponder what else we "hear" that does not come from Him or line up with His Word!

When we agree with a liar, we participate with the lie....Consequences!

 

 

The Truth about Job

God is not schizophrenic or an Indian giver.  He did not give and take away. He allows Satan (prince of the air, ruler of this world) to wreak havoc on Earth for a finite period of time. Satan has to get in by someone following his law..fear. Eve fell for his telling her God hadnt told them everything, He was holding back. She fell when Adam went with her instead of going to and with God.

We choose blessings of God or curses fron Satan. We choose who is our Father...by our actions. We get the chastening when we have natural consequences for following ways that are not Gods ways. Our ways or His, do a Bible study with a Strongs concordance for understanding the Words and see there has always been a choice.

God has always expected us to identify enemies of our hearts and relationship with God and rid them completely.

The first and last of Job is a truthful conversation between our only good God and the only lying, killing, stealing Satan. God did all t blessing, Satan did all the stealing, killing, destroying. Job from the beginning opened the door giving Satan the right. He continually feared for his children.

The rest of Job are mistaken viewpoints and words from those without understanding. God said to Job toward the end, will you darken my countenance to make yourself seem righteous? And Job repented and said, "before I knew you only in part, and now I know you."  " And God blessed the latter days of Job even more than the beginning."

God uses the bad for His good, it's a promise. You can look at that as God doing the bad, and in a way, it can be seen, although He says do not say when you are tempted that it is from God.

 

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