Prayer Recap 20050602AM

June 2, 2005

Lord God I thank you for this moment.. for this peace… for this understanding… I Love you… Lord God I’m thrilled to my core that you took me back.. helped me to remember all you have done for me.. I thank you Lord God so much for opportunity, technology, this moment, and this Life.

In prayer this morning I remembered a few things that I’d like to share. Salvation is as simple as realization. God loved us first and we just have to receive it and know we are perfect pure innocent children of the Lord. We are forgiven. We are free to make right decisions not because we hope to gain favor but because we already have the favor, the love, and the strength to do so. As a state of mind Holiness, Purity, and Salvation are the launch pad from which we do right, because we believe it, because we know redemption is a fact. It is not the other way around that we should behave in order to be saved. The result is the same. We’re still living rightly. But, the difference is that when we realize our Holiness first, we make decisions from a place of strength, faith, confidence, and alignment with the mind of God, righteousness. When we live to gain Holiness, even if we make the same decisions, we are coming from a mind of lack, doubt, fear, guilt and impurities that show us not as the innocent children God created us to be. It is not our actions that save us. It is our faith. In a faithful life, in a mind of strength and abundance, right actions and right decisions flow freely. Jesus simplified the 10 Commandments into 2: Love God and Love each other. To Love God is to trust God and have faith in the truth of our redemption, our strength, our freedom, our purity, our abundance, and to realize that fear, doubt, guilt, and unforgiveness are illusions. From that mind, Loving each other (and ourselves as peers) is simple.

Galatians 2:16

“…know that a man is not justified by observing the law, but by faith in Jesus Christ. So we, too, have put our faith in Christ Jesus that we may be justified by faith in Christ and not by observing the law, because by observing the law no one will be justified.”

Romans 3:28

“For we maintain that a man is justified by faith apart from observing the law.”


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