Faith-Based Truth vs Fate-Based Fantasy

“Natural fate: believes in ever-changing facts of man to be true.
Spiritual faith: believes in unchanging truths of God to be real.

Natural fate: believes Jesus failed and is dead.
Spiritual faith: believes Jesus succeeded and is alive.

Natural fate: believes in the progress of man.
Spiritual faith: believes in the degradation of fallen man.

Natural fate: believes in evolution.
Spiritual faith: believes in regeneration, and resurrection.

Natural fate: believes there is life in the universe.
Spiritual faith: believes there is life in heaven.

Natural fate: believes in little green men.
Spiritual faith: believes in heavenly Beings.

Natural fate: believes he must wait for first-contact from space.
Spiritual faith: believes that Jesus was and is heaven’s last-contact on earth.

Natural fate: believes the human race came from apes.
Spiritual faith: believes the human race came from God.

Natural fate: believes he can fix this earth.
Spiritual faith: believes in the promised new earth.

Natural fate: believes the word of man.
Spiritual faith: believes the Word of God.

Natural fate: believes faith is blind.
Spiritual faith: believes fate is!” ~LMJ~

Pining for the Space Above

The heaven, even the heavens, are the LORD’S: but the earth hath he given to the children of men– Psalms 115:16. And fallen man doesn’t even acknowledge His gift (earth) that sustains us all, oh no ― good grief, he wants what is God’s. Fallen man pines for the space above, he wishes that the grass will be greener up there, he craves after Mars, he desires the heavens for his posterity, he wishes he could be up there right now, he just can’t away with (Psalms 2:1-4) or abide with the idea of ever sharing the heavens with its Creator (Isaiah 45:18) and his Maker (Psalms 95:6, 100:3)!” ~LMJ~


(An Introversion Structure)

Written by Larry M. Jaynes:

I John 5:4: For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith.

Are we overcomers through our faith or have we fallen to the wrong interpretations of faith, of real spiritual faith? Ephesians 2:8 tells us that we are “saved through faith,” thus; we cannot even begin our spiritual lives with God ― without faith. II Corinthians 1:24 tells us “for by faith ye stand,” thus; we cannot even begin standing with God ― without faith. II Corinthians 5:7 tells us, “For we walk by faith,” thus; we cannot even begin walking with God ― without faith. Romans 1:17 tells us, “The just shall live by faith,” thus; we cannot even begin living with God ― without faith.

Faith: An Introversion Structure of the above paragraph

A.| Saved (our new life) by faith. Received.

    B.| Stand (within our new life) by faith. With God.
    b.| Walk (within our new life) by faith. With God.

a.| Live (our new life) by faith. Enjoyed.

Faith is our access to God’s ultimate will for us individually, God justifies us by faith (Romans 5:1), purifies our hearts by faith (Acts 15:9), sanctifies us by faith (Acts 26:18), gives us access into grace by faith (Romans 5:2), and God gives us His righteousness by faith (Philippians 3:9).

Romans 10:17: So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.

Good Morning God!

And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, he {Jesus} went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed– Mark 1:35. Jesus a great while before day took the time to be alone with his thoughts, to be alone with God, and to pray for his day. This set the pattern for a wonderful day because he allowed God into his life at the very start. When we follow the example of Jesus, we will increase our believing trust in our God, and this will also help us to recognize that God is always with us. Remembering that we are God’s children is easier when we allow Him and His Word into our hearts ─ early.” ~LMJ~

Human Nature

“Human nature is the nature of fallen man, and his fallen career is to evolve back up apart from his Creator as man looks for alternatives for his existence to be somehow and anyhow and in anyway separate from Him ― his Maker; this outward action is not only relatively natural but is expected because his very nature dictates him to be so and to do so.” ~LMJ~