Thought of the day:
The fundamental trait of true believers is to transcribe into the practice of their lives the whole divine mentality and faith, values which they have understood and which they have knowingly chosen to follow. They are most often simple people but devoted to the true faith, like those who, by their ethical, moral, and righteous conduct, are brilliantly qualified to receive the title of ‘children of God.’
This particular kind of Christian, unfortunately less and less common, is easily distinguished from the ‘mouths’ of our postmodern world, where we meet everywhere people who try to convince themselves that only by easily declaring things they do not I understand they will reach the Glory of God.
These so-called ‘Christians’ did not know him, do not follow him, and will never see the Creator as a co-owner of His Kingdom, but on the contrary, when they realize that they have sold an eternity for a few moments of ‘pseudo-happiness’ will weep bitterly.
Why do I say that? Because the direction that the Bible clearly sets for each of us when it comes to authoritatively regulating the life of faith is dermal:
I quote, ‘Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.’ I have concluded the quote from the Epistle of James 1:22
Analyzed in parallel, the true heirs of the heavenly Glory reveal the true treasures of the divine mentality.
They are content not only with brief information, passive listening, or the reading of the Word of Truth from time to time, but also because it is traditional to apply all Bible knowledge to the daily practice of their lives. you can only reach the paradise of God after living a Holy life!
In fact, in his distinguished plea, the Apostle James continues this idea by reminding us that only those who will look deeper into the perfect law of freedom and more than that will persist in it, not as forgetful listeners. but as doers of the work, they shall be happy in all their works. ‘
Pastor Florin Antonie