The Kingdom or our Father God is it not our Kingdom too? Are we not heirs of His Kingdom? Are we not children of God, whether Jew or Gentile, being grafted into the family as one in unity? When I began thinking of this; caring for the Kingdom took on a deeper meaning for me.
“Finally, all of you, be one in mind and feeling, love as brothers; and be compassionate and humble-minded, not repaying evil with evil, or insult with insult, but, on the contrary, with blessings. For it is to this that you have been called, so that you may receive a blessing.
So many, including yours truly at one time, struggle with this….law…faith and grace.
I recently took a class “Hayesod”, a Hebrew word meaning “The Foundation”; understanding Hebraic roots and Gentile roots as sons and daughters of the Highest God. There is controversy about this type of study. It seems this controversy is nothing new; for there was a controversy between Paul and other disciples about Jewish and Gentile believers.
There have been 125 prophesies fulfilled about the first coming of Jesus Christ and there are 329 prophecies about the rapture, second coming of Jesus, and His millennial reign that are yet to be fulfilled.
We know that attitudes are expressed in how we behave. How are you behaving with the Father who created you and desires you so much so that He asked His Son, Jesus Christ to give His life up for you? Did you realize that Jesus had a choice? Well, He was given a choice but to Him there wasn’t one because of His love for the Father and for us.
Yes, He does! He is a compassionate God. He is a gracious God. He is slow to anger and abounding in lovingkindness and truth. Exodus 34:6; Deuteronomy 4:31; 2nd Chronicles 30:9; Psalm 103:8 and many others. There is absolutely no one like Him and He wants a relationship with YOU! Can you believe it?
Core Value: What is it, what does this mean? Breaking it down can help… “Core” is the center, central, most important part of something and “Value” is worth, importance, a standard or standards lived by. So “Core Value” is the central, most important ideal or standard you live by.
There are many who do not believe this statement.
God is good and HE is good all the time. HE can be nothing but good. Jesus tells us in Luke 18… “18A certain ruler asked him, “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” 19″Why do you call me good?” Jesus answered. “No one is good—except God alone.” God is good!