Dang It – Where’s My Key? Found It – Have I Got a Key for You!

“The key of knowledge– Luke 11:52, is the knowledge of Christ. For Christ is the wisdom of God (I Corinthians 1:24) and he opens to us the front door of our spiritual home where we have eternal rest from all doubts, worries, and fears, and wherein the revealed blessings of God are laid out for us to enjoy. In whom {in Christ} are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge– Colossians 2:4. The more we believe to receive these treasures of wisdom and knowledge, the greater we will, and it is just that effortless because our Deliverer continues manifesting himself in the home of our innermost beings, in fleshy tables of the heart– II Corinthians 3:3.” ~LMJ~

Who Said So?

“I have observed over the years that way too often what people say is in the Bible is not recorded in any of the Bibles I have read. Then, when they promulgate that something is not biblical, I have found that it was written in the Bible, usually in more than one place. Similarly, when the Bible says it is perfectly fine to do something, they chime in and piously trumpet, Do not do that, unless you want to go to hell. Then even further, when they proclaim that the Bible says, Do not do something, the Bible actually gives one leave to go right ahead if it blesses you or your family.

Thankfully, when I finally came to the Word of God itself, I began realizing that walking with God was actually quite enjoyable. I further discovered that God’s will for His children was a thou shalt have rather than a thou shalt not have life; as Jesus said, I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly– John 10:10, and that Jesus Christ suffered so that I did not need to suffer, and to this biblical concept I could resolve to have a heartfelt commitment. I was completely released from so many unfounded half-truths that were shrouded in so-called religious doctrines.

Now I am so thankful just to know that God has blessed me (and you, too) with all spiritual blessings in Christ (Ephesians 1:3). I have seen that God works the same miracles of deliverance inside the hearts and lives of others that have also discovered Jesus Christ, The Golden Thread, within the Scriptures.” ~LMJ~

My God Shall Supply

“Every person has different circumstances and daily needs, but God can and does care for each of us individually. But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus– Philippians 4:19. God promises in His Word that He will meet our every need, but seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things {that we need to sustain life — mentally, physically, and spiritually} shall be added unto you– Matthew 6:33. The true blessings of God come to us according to our believing His Word. By looking to God’s healing Word, and by prayer offered in the name of Jesus Christ, and with genuine thankfulness from the heart, we may also look for and expect that our God will be there for us with daily blessings, and we can in thankfulness recognize that His blessings are real.” ~LMJ~