“Weakness looks like failure in the eyes of the world, but for Paul weakness is an avenue to share in Jesus’ death and, therefore, in His life as well. The challenge is to remain faithful even in the difficult times, even when there is no one left to provide support. It is in these times that God’s power and comfort are most evident. This call to embrace weakness and suffering is difficult. It is normal to run from pain. But the examples of Jesus in the Gospels, of Paul in his letters, and of David in the psalms are of finding God’s strength in times of weakness. Examineyourselves. Check your faith! Are you really in the faith? Do you still not know that Jesus the Anointed is in you?—unless, of course, you have failed the test. (2 Corinthians 13:4-5)
“He humbled you by making you hungry when there was no food in the desert. Then He fed you with manna, a food you and your ancestors had never heard of. He did this because He wanted you to understand that what makes you truly alive is not the bread you eat but following every word that comes from the mouth of the Eternal One. (Deuteronomy 8:3)
“It’s my duty to make sure that Satan does not win even a small victory over us, for we don’t want to be naïve and then fall prey to his schemes. (2 Corinthians 2:11)
“Who can see into a man’s heart and know his thoughts? Only the spirit that dwells within the man. In the same way, the thoughts of God are known only by His Spirit. (1 Corinthians 2:11)
“Reverence for the Eternal, the one True God, is the beginning of wisdom;
true knowledge of the Holy One is the start of understanding. (Proverbs 9:10)
“If you sift through the clamor of everything around you
to seek her like some precious prize,
to search for her like buried treasure;
Then you will grasp what it means to truly respect the Eternal,
and you will have discovered the knowledge of the one True God.
The Eternal is ready to share His wisdom with us,
for His words bring true knowledge and insight; (Proverbs 2:4-6)
“You simple, naive people, how long will you love your feeble ways?
You simpletons, how long will you enjoy making fun of what you don’t understand?
You fools, how long will you hate learning what truly matters?
Turn to me and receive my gentle correction;
Watch and I will pour out my spirit on you;
I will share with you my wise words in order to redirect your lives.
However in sad proven truth. . .
You hear, but you have refused to answer my call.
My hands reached out, but no one noticed.
All my advice, all my correction, all have been neglected—
you wanted nothing of them.
So I will be the laughter you hear when misfortune comes, and it will come.
I will be the mocking sound when panic grips you—
When panic comes like a stormy blast,
when misfortune sweeps in like a whirlwind,
when sorrow and anguish weigh you down.
This is when they will call on me, but I will not respond;
they will be frantic to find me, but they won’t be able.
Because they despised knowledge of my ways,
and they also refused to respect and honor the Eternal,
Because they rejected my advice
and turned down my correction,
They will surely get what’s coming to them:
they’ll be forced to eat the fruit of their wicked ways;
they’ll gorge themselves on the consequences of their choices.
You see, it’s turning away from me that brings death to the simple,
and it’s self-satisfaction that destroys the fools. (Proverbs 1:22-32)
“Do not sleep;
don’t even rest your eyes until you deal with this.
Get out as quickly as possible,
as a gazelle runs from the hand of the hunter,
as a bird takes off from the grip of the fowler.
Take a lesson from the ant, you who love leisure and ease.
Observe how it works, and dare to be just as wise. (Proverbs 6:4-6)
Humility is rarely a virtue that our culture values. We’re trained from an early age to show our strengths and hide our weaknesses. This type of thinking also spills over into our models of leadership, as we learn to dictate to others how they should perform. Peter, however, says that we should be humble in our relationships with one another and not lead as dictators. In fact, this humility before one another and God is actually the position of the greatest strength. Our enemy desires to consume us, but we find strength to resist him when we are dependent upon God for His strength.
“Most importantly, be disciplined and stay on guard. Your enemy the devil is prowling around outside like a roaring lion, just waiting and hoping for the chance to devour someone. (1 Peter 5:8) [The devil is the hunter in Proverbs 6:5]
“My loved ones, let us devote ourselves to loving one another. Love comes straight from God, and everyone who loves is born of God and truly knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love. (1 John 4:7-8)
We have today an entire world of believers full of love with words and bodily actions towards our Lord and God the Father; yet God sees them all as they truly are by the intent written in their heart or true colors. . .
“The word of God, you see, is alive and moving; sharper than a double-edged sword; piercing the divide between soul and spirit, joints and marrow; able to judge the thoughts and will of the heart. No creature can hide from God: God sees all. Everyone and everything is exposed, opened for His inspection; and He’s the One we will have to explain ourselves to. (Hebrews 4:12-13)
“Everyone who hates other members of God’s family is a murderer. Does a murderer possess the beautiful life that never ends? No. We know what true love looks like because of Jesus. He gave His life for us, and He calls us to give our lives for our brothers and sisters.
If a person owns the kinds of things we need to make it in the world but refuses to share with those in need, is it even possible that God’s love lives in him? (1 John 3:15-17)
Remember this; If you cannot give to help others God understands because during these hard times many millions in America and billions worldwide have nothing . . . so it’s the intent written in your heart that God sees because it cannot lie as the billions worldwide do through lip love with their cold hearts God see’s while trying to warn them all through these words they hear not just as all His instruction they completely fail to live by.
“If you ignore the groans of the poor,
one day your own cries for help will go unanswered. (Proverbs 21:13)
Just look around you at people everywhere living in hardship while asking yourself deeply, what if it was me? ---- Because if you cannot have the love for others with more than worthless empty lip love as most all believers show God . . . God can never be known by His own words to all that refuse to believe His spoken truth. . . So in the times lying ahead being the worst timesoftrouble ever known to all humanity on this earth . . . God will treat you in the same way you have treated others.
Therefore it will be only those few who read these following words. . .
“So the great dragon, that ancient serpent who is called the devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world, was cast down to the earth along with his messengers. (Revelation 12:9)
While saying from their heart. . . . O Lord I believe you when your pure words (Psalms 12:6) speak this entire world has been deceived, and I am one of them because you speak without confusion or the need to interpret . . . so please show your mercy with lead in following your instruction never taught by man while removing me from this entire world of manmade religions and beliefs which make your words to become as nothing so I can repent and become prepared to receive your love, mercy and kindness for spiritual strenght and survival during the beginning of sorrow coming upon all civilization as spoken. . .
“Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him, upon them that hope in his mercy; To deliver their soul from death, and to keep them alive in famine. (Psalms 33:18-19)
I write as a messenger from God with the past six years being only murdered daily from this world of loving brothers and sisters filled with lip love who know not God; and because I not only know God. . .but believe His every word. . . I listen in faith and do as directed in these words. . .
“Do not fear them or their words, son of man. Though you will dwell among the thistles and briars of their hostility, though their reactions will make you think you’re sitting on scorpions, do not be afraid. Pay no attention to their threats, and don’t let their glaring faces intimidate you. They are a rebellious lot. (Ezekiel 2:6)
Christ was hated and so are those chosen as written in these words. . .
“If you find that the world despises you, remember that before it despised you, it first despised Me. If you were a product of the world order, then it would love you. But you are not a product of the world because I have taken you out of it, and it despises you for that very reason. Don’t forget what I have spoken to you: “a servant is not greater than the master.” If I was mistreated, you should expect nothing less. If they accepted what I have spoken, they will also hear you. Everything they do to you they will do on My account because they do not know the One who has sent Me. (John 15:18-21)
[and right away all believers will say they know the Father even though they have no love for others beyond lips which is just as saying, O Lord we love you but don’t believe your words in 1 John 3:15-17 and 4:8 because we are not the murders you speak of just because we never show any fruits of love with actions over words]
It’s only those with spiritual understanding through knowing God that can see a messenger of God as an end time Ezekiel being a man with words no one other than the few want to hear or believe while being as foolishness to most all as the many of this world. . .
“We do not speak of these gifts of God in words shaped by human wisdom; we speak in words crafted by the Spirit because our collective judgment on spiritual matters is accessible to those who have the Spirit. But a person who denies spiritual realities will not accept the things that come through the Spirit of God; they all sound like foolishness to him. He is incapable of grasping them because they are disseminated, discerned, and valued by the Spirit. (1 Corinthians 2:13-14)