Anything good could have only come from God. That means that if one good act has come from a man then he has done one good thing and that thing belongs to God. That man has bared one good fruit. If a tree has bared one good fruit; who am I to say that that tree does not belong to God and needs to be cut down? Who am I to say what tree belongs or does not belong to all the other fruit trees?
You are not God to me. Careful because the man thinks he is God. But we are not God. We have to remember that we are dirt. When we remember that we are dirt, That is when we are able to see God.
A Time of Balance
The man is not better than the woman and the woman is not better than the man. Just like the Jew is not better than the Gentile and the Gentile is not better than the Jew. We all are just playing our part. Shannie is a female, Gentile. Now, I am trying to understand who the woman is and who the Gentile is to understand my role compared to all the other roles in the world to achieve balance.
No one is better than the other since we are one and all work together to be able to walk in a straight line to succeed in the goal of bringing heaven on Earth through all of ourselves TOGETHER.
We do this only by dying to our self (THE EGO) and we replace the ego with God, ALWAYS. We are not lukewarm. We are either for God or we are for ourselves. God knows we are not perfect and we will make mistakes. We are forgiven and we move on to continue our journey to grow into a deeper understanding of who we are as individuals and who we all are together as one.
God is Love
Love only loves. The ego thinks about itself only. What does a good act mean if it was done only to obtain a selfish reward?
It’s not about what we know. The Bible is instruction but the love is learned.
Dear God, I pray that you reveal to me when my intentions are for my self and are not purely, honest, and only for You so that I can change my ways and understand your divine love in me.
Shannie Alvarez — A Gentile with a Jewish Heart
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