Eight Points of Light To Know God’s Word


Teach me, O Lord, the way of Your statutes, and I shall keep it to the end.

Give me understanding, and I shall keep Your law; indeed, I shall observe it with my whole heart.

Make me walk in the path of Your commandments, for I delight in it.

Incline my heart to Your testimonies, and not to covetousness.

Turn away my eyes from looking at worthless things, and revive me in Your way.

Establish Your word to Your servant, who is devoted to fearing You.

Turn away my reproach which I dread, for Your judgments are good.

Behold, I long for Your precepts; revive me in Your righteousness.

(Psalm 119:33-40)

Eight Points Of Light To Know God’s Word

The writer of Psalm 119 is unknown but his message is clear. Using the Hebrew alphabet as a backdrop, the author declares the joys of growing in the knowledge of God each day and the devoted heart spent on serving the Lord in full assurance. The message can be lost with the division of verses but viewing them from the original thought opens up the love the writer had for the word of God and blessings from knowing the will of the Father. Worship has always been about the joy of having a relationship with God. Growing in faith is dependent on how the heart responds to the word of God and willingness to fall in love with the story of grace and mercy offered by the Lord. The Heavenly Father has made all things possible for man to know Him. Man must learn the way to approach his Creator and respect the word given to him by the Holy Spirit. When men learn to approach God in the holiness He deserves, bountiful blessings will flow from the heart and eternal life secured.

The will of the Lord is called His statutes, law, commandments, testimonies, word, judgments and precepts. Often men will accept the grace of God without the willingness to recognize the will of the Lord. Righteousness comes from the knowledge of the statutes of God and His law. Walking before the Lord in truth demands keeping His commandments. The word must be established in the heart so that faith can blossom. There is only one way and one path to come to the Father. Everything man needs to know the mind of God comes from the word given to every man to read, understand and obey. There is a responsibility on the part of the individual to act towards the will of the Lord. Knowledge comes from learning and this comes from a yearning to be taught the way of righteousness. Understanding must be the desire of the heart. Whole-hearted devotion is found in asking the Lord to order the steps of man’s feet in the path of His commandments inclining the heart to the testimonies of His word. Faith comes when the power of sin is recognized for its influence on the mind. Growing in the knowledge of the Lord begins from the character of refusing to look at worthless things. The eyes are only focused on the mercy of the Lord so that revival can come. His word must be established so that fear may fuel the senses to know His wrath when the soul fails to be faithful. Everything God does and says is right and there is no variation in His word. Faith is built upon the complete surrender of the soul, mind, and body to long for the precepts of God and revival of spirit in the ocean of His righteousness.

It is not known when the psalm was written but what is clear is that long before the first century disciples began unfolding the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ, walking in the path of the one way, the one truth and the one life was evident to God’s people. The author desired to grow in his faith to be taught by the Lord, seeking understanding, desiring to walk by the commands of God and inclining his heart to the testimonies of truth instead of the worldly trappings of covetousness. His focus was on the Father. He did not want the world to take his joy away. Turning away from those things that would not value his journey to heaven was a hallmark of his faith. His desire was to be established in the grace of the Father and to know the joy of forgiveness. Who would not want to seek after the word of God with all these blessings waiting for them? Long for the presence of God through His precepts and seek revival in the righteousness of the Lord. Eight beacons of light shine from this simple passage written by a saint of God who knew the joy of knowing the statutes of God.

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Confessing Jesus Christ Is Lord Glorifies God


Therefore God also has highly exalted Him and given Him the name which is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and of those on earth, and of those under the earth, and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. (Philippians 2:9-11)

Confessing Jesus Christ Is Lord Glorifies God

When God created the man and woman in the garden He gave them names. Each name describes their creation: Adam was from the earth and Woman was from taken from man. Later Adam would call his wife Eve because she was the mother of all living. God changed the names of some of His saints through Bible history and some men were named by God (such as John and Jesus). The most significant name in all of time is the name ascribed by God the Father to His only begotten Son who left the glories of Heaven to take on human flesh. Joseph and Mary were told to name their firstborn son Jesus for He will save His people from their sins. He was called the Christ because He was the anointed and chosen one of God. When the Lord God raised His Son from the dead Jesus Christ became Lord with all authority, dominion and power. The name given by the Father is above every name because of the love the Son had for the Father. Only in this name can man find salvation and the redemption of his soul. The name of Jesus Christ as Lord is the only way to the Father, the only truth given by the Father and the only life given to all men by the love of the Father.

The name of Jesus Christ is not an ordinary name. He is given Lordship of all men with all authority. This leaves nothing out as there is no authority but the power of the will of the Lord Jesus Christ that must rule in the hearts of men. All men must bow before the name of the Lord Jesus Christ in humble obedience recognizing there is no other will to be followed but His will. Salvation can only come through the acknowledgement of the authority of the name of Jesus Christ as Lord. He must reign and rule in the heart with room for no other. In the seat of the will of man there resides one throne and if Jesus Christ is not residing on that throne man is serving himself. Confessing the name of Jesus Christ as Lord is not merely an utterance of words but a commitment of the heart to devote completely the mind, soul, spirit and body to the commandments of the only true Lord. All men must confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. There is no hope in any other name. The sacrifice of Jesus on the cross separates Him from all men because He died without sin. His authority as Lord was affirmed when the Father raised Him from the dead and placed His Son at His right hand with all glory and power. Jesus Christ is Lord by the power of God the Father.

When men confess that Jesus is Lord they glorify the Father. Throughout the ministry of Jesus, He reminded men His work was the work of His Father. Everything He taught came from the Father. His miracles were by the power of the Holy Spirit. Dying on the cross was the will of His Father and He learned obedience in the death of the cross. Everything about the life of Jesus was giving glory to the Holy Father. Humbling Himself to come to earth and die on a wooden cross outside Jerusalem was the ultimate image of an obedient Son who loved His Father and sought to glorify Him in all He did. When the children of God confess the name of Jesus Christ as Lord they glorify the redemptive plan of the Heavenly Father to save all men. This confession is not a single event but a life event. It is a daily acknowledgment that Jesus rules in the heart and by doing so gives glory to God. Jesus Christ is Lord! No greater name is given and no greater name exalts the Father. Confess His name and glorify the Father.

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It Is Easy To Get Discouraged


But, beloved, we are confident of better things concerning you, yes, things that accompany salvation, though we speak in this manner. For God is not unjust to forget your work and labor of love which you have shown toward His name, in that you have ministered to the saints, and do minister. And we desire that each one of you show the same diligence to the full assurance of hope until the end, that you do not become sluggish, but imitate those who through faith and patience inherit the promises. (Hebrews 6:9-12)

It Is Easy To Be Discouraged

The danger of giving up the eternal reward is a very real and challenging reality for the people of God. There were saints in the first century who had shipwrecked their faith turning aside to fables and doctrines of men. Jewish Christians were vulnerable to returning to the Law as their spiritual comfort and some Gentiles struggled with the appeal of idolatry. Satan was always busy with persuading the soldiers of Christ to abandon their allegiance and fall prey to his devious wiles returning to a life of disobedience. The writer of Hebrews spends much of his time laying the groundwork of convincing early Hebrew Christians to hold fast to the doctrine of Christ not drawing back to perdition. There were those who had cast away their confidence and faith in God destroying their home in the promises of the Lord. They could not find a better law established on better principles than the law of Christ. There was a better priesthood created by the perfect sacrifice of the Son of God giving the only hope of eternal life in Jesus Christ. Why would these saints give up and return to the weakness of Moses’ law?

It is easy to become discouraged when faced with the trials of reproaches and tribulations. The Hebrew saints had endured great suffering when they obeyed the gospel. They had lost everything for the cause of Christ. Instilling a spirit of courage in their hearts, the Hebrew writer imposes on them the badge of courage to help them know God is not unaware of their struggles and He will reward them when the race of life is finished. The wavering Christians had a good heart and there was an assurance of better things for them. God had seen their work and labor of love toward His people and they needed to know their faith was important to the Lord. He was pleased with their diligence to keep the faith in the face of trial and run the race with patience like Jesus when He bore His cross. The need of the hour was to show the same diligence that had brought them thus far and retain that full assurance of hope until the end. Running the race is of no value if the race is not finished. Pleading with them to not become sluggish or lazy in their faith, they must imitate the example of saints like Abel, Noah, Enoch, Abraham, Moses, Samson, David and a host of others who were like a cloud of witness before them. God will never forsake them. He will never leave them. The Lord is the same yesterday, today and forever. Do not give up.

The same appeal is made for the children of God today who face the challenge of giving up or become weak in their faith. It is easy to be discouraged and dismayed turning to the elements of the world to find satisfaction. Hebrews is a book of encouragement to show the danger of falling away and to infuse in the heart the joy of victory found in courageous faith. There is nothing in the world that can compare to the covenant of God in Christ. No religion, morality, faith, temptation or allurement of Satan can offer the peace and security as the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. The great chapter of faith declares the trials that will be faced but the victory found in being found faithful in death to receive the eternal home promised by God. Children of God must constantly be aware of the danger of becoming lazy saints who spend little time growing in Christ. God has greater confidence in the lives of His people and expects the same. It will require diligence to attain the full assurance of hope until the end but it can be done. Do not give up. Never give up. God does not lie and the promises He made are sure and true and eternal. Do not miss Heaven or you will miss everything.

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The Joy Of Worship

I was glad when worship

I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go into the house of the Lord.” (Psalm 122:1)

The Joy Of Worship

David never saw the temple of God in all its glory as this house of God would be constructed by his son, Solomon. The place of worship for David was the same since the days at Mount Sinai when Moses gave command to build the tabernacle according to pattern given by God. After many years of use, the tabernacle would not have been as bright and beautiful as it had been previously. Israel worshipped the Lord in the wilderness before the tabernacle and the priest carried the elements of the house of God across the Jordan River into the promised land. The house of God saw many changes as the land was conquered and finally settled in the days of Joshua. Through the years of the Judges men did what was right in their own sight. Samuel was the prophet who ordained Saul and David as king. There was a longing in the heart of David to build a great temple for the Lord but was prohibited from its building as he was a man of war. Yet the yearning of David was such when he went to worship the Lord at that ancient, worn and simple place called the tabernacle it was a most joyous occasion for the son of Jesse.

Written as a psalm of ascents, the words of David ascribed the joy of going to the place of the Lord to engage in a time of holy worship. The heart of the king was very keen on the meaning of gathering with the people of God to bring worship before Him. It was not a drudgery of keeping commandments inscribed by the Lord in the days of Moses. Going to Zion to worship in song and instruments was not a purpose of boredom for David. He loved to bring his heart to the throne of God and praise his God with all his might. He would not take for granted the joy of being in the house of the Lord. The sights and smells of the tabernacle worship thrilled the heart of David as the people followed the instructions of the priest in offering sacrifices and sweet incense before the Lord that saved them. He was glad when it was time to go and worship on the holy mount of Zion. David knew the value of worship and it thrilled his heart to be a part of such a grand scale of giving praise to his loving God.

The tabernacle is long gone and the temple of Solomon gathered in the dust of lost generations. Jesus came to earth and brought salvation to all men in the church which is now the house of the Lord. God’s people gather together as the body of Christ each first day of the week to worship and praise the same Lord David served at the tabernacle. The question that must be asked is whether the heart still rings true to say what a joy it is to go to the house of the Lord. Being with the people of God is the most joyous occasion a person will find this side of eternity. There is no higher fulfillment given to men than what they will find when they gather with fellow saints in worship at the house of God. Jerusalem is no longer the place of worship as Christ built the church representing all the places in the world where Christians assemble as one to lift up voices of praise to the everlasting Father, commune in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, petition the Father in prayer and examine the powerful words of the gospel in teaching and preaching.

There is nothing that a person can find of greater joy than to go to the house of the Lord and share with God’s people the eternal blessings of collective worship. The church struggles with those who find little joy in gathering with the saints. We live in a world filled with opportunities and ease to come for worship and yet there are many who find little joy being with God’s people. Time is set aside to study the Bible in organized classes to help stir the soul to greater knowledge but many are not glad to be a part of that. Sunday morning worship seems to be the only fulfillment many give as they are not glad to gather on Sunday evening to sing songs of praise and worship the Lord. It seems their gladness can only take one hour on Sunday morning. The middle of the week is an opportunity offered to be together and commune in the word of God but fewer still find joy in attending. Other works of the church are scarcely a part of their lives as they have greater joy in worldly matters than coming to the house of God. It all comes down to whether a person has the joy of the Lord to be a part of the worship with the people of God. The world crowds the heart and joy is lost. David wrote in his journal, “I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go into the house of the Lord.’” Are you glad?

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Choosing The Good Part Of Life


Now it happened as they went that He entered a certain village; and a certain woman named Martha welcomed Him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, who also sat at Jesus’ feet and heard His word. But Martha was distracted with much serving, and she approached Him and said, “Lord, do You not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Therefore tell her to help me.” And Jesus answered and said to her, “Martha, Martha, you are worried and troubled about many things. But one thing is needed, and Mary has chosen that good part, which will not be taken away from her.” (Luke 10:38-42)

Choosing The Good Part Of Life

When the Lord God created man and put him into the Garden of Eden, one of the first things he commanded Adam and Eve was to care for the garden. Work has always been a part of life even before sin made it more laborious than it had been. God created man to be an industrious creation learning the value of maintaining a home. Following the fall of man, the ground was cursed and Adam was told by the sweat of his brow he would labor to care for his family. Throughout the history of God’s dealing with man the Lord has required man to be an industrious creature condemning the nature of laziness and slothfulness. The Proverbs speak often of the sin of indolence. Refusing to work and care for the family is a grievous sin before the character of righteousness. The apostle Paul would later write that industry is expected by the Lord to care for the family and to help others. Clearly the admonition to work is expected by the Lord. It must also be understood that while the teachings of diligent industry are given by the Lord He does not suggest this becomes the all of man. When the spiritual growth of the child of God is diminished because of the mistaken idea that life is about work, work and more work; then a problem arises that can be very debilitating.

Mary and Martha were industrious women who were part of the company that helped care for Jesus during His arduous ministry. The Lord did not have a home to call His own or a place to reside. He depended on the care of others while He was about His Father’s work. Arriving at the home of Martha and Mary, Jesus was welcomed in and tended to as an honored guest in their home. Martha was concerned about making preparations for those who had come under her roof and there was much to be done. Cooking food, gathering things together needful for the guest in her home and being a hard-working servant of the Lord, Martha was busy. She noticed her sister was not helping her and this reflected on the hospitality of the home to those who were guest. She chided Mary to come and help but her sister remained at the feet of Jesus listening to Him share some story or teaching. Frustrated, Martha sought the admonition of the Lord to have her sister come and help make preparations. Jesus tempered the situation not so much as a rebuke but a reminder that while the things Martha was doing was important and valuable at the time Mary was learning things that would last an eternity. Martha was troubled about things that were temporary and Mary was finding the eternal truths of Jesus more appealing.

Luke does not tell us what happened after Jesus’ admonition to Martha. One can assume Martha would have heard the gentle answer of Jesus as an opportunity to put aside what she was doing and come listen to Him. The scriptures do not say. A great lesson is found in this story as Jesus used the frustration of Martha to remind the disciples that work is important and necessary and laziness is sinful but there are times when the most important thing a person can do is to sit at the feet of the Son of God. Mary needed to hear what Jesus said and she was attentive. Martha needed to hear what Jesus said but she thought her duties in the home precluded her involvement. At that time she should have been more aware of her need for Jesus rather than baking bread. Life is filled with many things that vie for our energy, time and interest and while these may be good in and of themselves to neglect the spiritual work of growing in Christ should never be lacking.

Housework is an important task that shows the industry of work in the home. Children should learn early to carry out chores on a daily basis and be industrious. Mowing the lawn, trimming the bushes, fixing the sink or repairing the fence are necessary to maintain a home and showing an example of labor as prescribed by the Lord. Working at a job is a vital part of the character for God’s children to provide for the home. More often than not the daily grind of secular work is an exhausting time of life. All of these things are necessary to the whole character of man. Martha being busy with much serving was not a wrong thing to do – it was the wrong time to do it. Jesus was in the home sharing the story of His Father and Mary understood the value of putting aside the burden of the home to spend time with Jesus. Martha forgot the most important lesson. The child of God must never let the command to work interfere with the command to grow. Time must be spent in listening to the voice of God and there must be an effort to carve out that time in the hectic pace of life. Neglecting the teaching of Jesus because of the concerns for serving misplace the loyalty of the heart to the Father. One thing is needed and that is the work of engaging in the eternal lessons to be learned from the word of God. Mary chose to sit at the feet of Jesus so she could learn the lessons from the Son of God she would take throughout her life. That is what mattered at that moment and she took hold of that time to spend with the Lord. Never lose the opportunity to sit at the feet of Jesus and learn from him. Do not neglect the duties of the home or job as commanded by the Lord but seek the kingdom of God first.

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Nadab And Abihu


Then Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, each took his censer and put fire in it, put incense on it, and offered profane fire before the Lord, which He had not commanded them. So fire went out from the Lord and devoured them, and they died before the Lord. And Moses said to Aaron, “This is what the Lord spoke, saying: ‘By those who come near Me I must be regarded as holy; and before all the people I must be glorified.'” So Aaron held his peace. (Leviticus 10:1-3)

Nadab And Abihu

Since the Garden of Eden the will of the Lord has been clear in its expectation, demands and consequences. Satan challenged Eve with the suggestion that God was unfair in His demand not to eat of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. She considered the proposition of the devil and agreed that it would not matter if she took of the fruit and she did. Giving the fruit to Adam they both realized immediately the folly of their choice. God did not strike them dead but they suffered a greater loss was sin separated man from his Creator. Nothing had changed by the time the children of Israel were receiving the law from God and the priestly orders were established under the Law of Moses. A priesthood was ordained through the Law under the High Priesthood of Aaron, brother to Moses. The priestly ministry began with Aaron and his sons and the elders of Israel being instructed in the way of the Lord. Aaron made the first sacrifice for sin by killing a calf for himself and then a goat for the people. The grain offering was offered along with the bull and the ram as sacrifice of peace offerings which were for the people. Afterwards, Moses and Aaron went into the tabernacle and came out to bless the people when the glory of the Lord appeared to all the people and fire came out from the Lord and consumed the burnt offering and the fat on the altar. This startled the people and the cried out falling on their faces. The declaration of the Lord God was firmly planted on the minds of the people but it did not seem to have the desired effect on two sons of Aaron.

Immediately following this powerful demonstration of God’s presence upon the people, Nadab and Abihu each took their censers and put fire with incense as an offering to the Lord. For whatever reasons known only to the Lord and the sons of Aaron, they decided it really did not matter what kind of fire they put in their censer. What is abundantly clear is the fire they presented as sacrifice to the Lord was without authority and not in keeping with the law of God. It would seem a small thing to consider that one fire is different from another. Not the Lord God. As the two sons of Aaron offered the fire and incense fire went out from the Lord and incinerated the two men. What Nadab and Abihu did before the Lord was disobey Him and treated the worship as unholy. They did not glorify the Lord by keeping the commandment given to them and offered profane fire before the Lord. What God did that day was the right thing to do. There is no question of the righteousness of the Lord being performed that day upon two priests who flaunted the will of God as unimportant. It is not every day that fire comes down from the Lord killing those who disobey Him. The fire that consumed the offerings of Aaron earlier had shown the people the overwhelming glory of the Lord. Nadab and Abihu should have considered their actions more carefully before dismissing the authority of the Lord.

It is not uncommon for many believers in God to follow the same path of Nadab and Abihu in disregarding the will of the Lord. The sons of Aaron thought they could change the law of God to suit their own needs. Why they disregarded the law is not known but what is known is they knew what they were doing. The fire they offered was profane and it did not matter to them which fire they took. It mattered to God. When a person looks at the word of God and says it does not matter what the Lord says they fall under the same condemnation as the sons of Aaron. Christianity is fractured into those who want to worship the Lord in ways that please themselves. Why are there so many churches? Believers in God will accept faith as a requisite for salvation disregarding baptism as essential. Many will confess a belief in Jesus Christ and yet accept sex before marriage as acceptable, adultery as expected and homosexuality as the new normal. Lying on tax forms is just a way of life, cheating the company of hours and energy is part of corporate America and filling life with the trinkets of materialism is blessed by the Lord. Churches are filled with those who care very little for the word of God adapting their lives to their desires. Nadab and Abihu stand as giants of folly who thought it did not matter what they did and God would not care. When the smoke and stench cleared, the people of Israel understood that the Lord will be regarded as holy and He will be glorified.

The word of God is given to man for his salvation. When he begins to pick and choose what he likes and dislikes he offers profane fire before the Lord. The Bible is filled with those who thought it did not matter to God what they did. His message still rings true today. When a person wants to come before the Lord God Almighty it must be with the spirit of holiness that requires man to give glory to God. Anything less will not be accepted. Fire will not come out from the Lord as it did with Nadab and Abihu but there will be a judgment when all men stand before the great I AM. Jesus died on the cross to save man from sin and the will of the Father is the only way salvation will be granted to sinful man. Obedience requires the heart to follow the word of God whether man agrees or not. Denominationalism is the profane fire of disregarding the commandments of the Lord. False worship comes from those who believe it does not matter how to approach the Lord to worship. The commandments of the Lord are not burdensome. Nadab and Abihu remind us of the sanctity of God’s word: it is settled in Heaven.

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Enslaved To The Whims Of Others


You were bought at a price; do not become slaves of men. (1 Corinthians 7:23)

Enslaved To The Whims Of Others

There is a need to feel accepted by others almost from birth. A child is born dependent on the care of parents that build a bond of trust and security which grows to a desire to be liked and recognized by peers. Often the identifying characteristics of a person come from the pressure put on them by others to conform to their way of life and ideals. Peer pressure is exactly what the term means: pressure from peers to conform not to individual wants but the needs of the crowd to be acknowledged as equal. This becomes a vicious cycle of failures as the individual seeks to live up to the wishes of others driven by the mistaken idea that fulfillment will be found in becoming what others want them to be. An identity crisis is created when people live in a fantasy world of being a person they do not like to be but must maintain the façade of happiness because it allows them to be part of the crowd and popular. Sadly, the veneer of truth quickly fades and the heart is left empty and void. Becoming enslaved to the whims of others is a treacherous path with no return and no hope. No one can live up to the wishes of others because human character is fundamentally flawed with sin. The impact of human failure can never create a world of acceptance where character is based on the pressure from others.

The child of God has a different view of life. Instead of seeking satisfaction in the desires of human wisdom, the Lord admonishes the saints to be servants of righteousness seeking to be pleasing to the Father. Becoming a slave of men ends in failure because of sin. Being a slave of Christ brings eternal joy and contentment. The Christian is a slave of God bought at the price of Jesus death. Serving the Lord is a life of slavery seeking to be pleasing to the Father and not men. God’s judgment is always pure and true and brings true happiness because the expectations of righteousness are measured by the purity of God’s love. Seeking to be a slave of man can never bring joy because the will of man is always changing and fickle. Paul warns not to become a slave of men being judged by the expectations of peer pressure. It is easy to fall into the trap of being what others expect or demand. Slavery to the fads of human wisdom will never bring fulfillment because what is expected today will change tomorrow. The lust of the flesh is what drives the impulses of peer pressure leading to heartache and misery. True slavery can only be found in a relationship with the Father.

When a man is enslaved to the whims of others, he will never find peace. Allowing the power of God’s love to bend the heart to servitude in Christ will always bring happiness and joy. The will of the Father is perfect, enduring and full of grace. Men will not forgive; God always forgives. The pride of men will seek his own will; the way of the Lord is perfect. There is no mercy from the heart of man; the Lord is full of kindness and mercy. All that man can offer is a temporary moment of pleasure in a world that will soon end; God gave His only begotten Son so that all men could live in eternal joy. Becoming a slave of God is seeking to please the Lord in everything. It does not matter what others think or say but it really means a lot when one is doing the will of the Father. There is no reward in following the whims of human wisdom. The joys of eternal life are without measure in this world. Being a slave of God for a brief moment of life that is like a vapor will bring happiness that is without end in eternity. Do not become a slave of men. There is no reward in it. Be a slave of the Lord God and you will find the greatest fulfillment and security offered to man. When it is all said and done, that is all that will matter.

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