Selfless love is professed by Divinity; self love is professed by Evil. Unconditional Love is professed by Divinity; conditional love is professed by evil. Therefore SELFLESS, UNCONDITONAL LOVE is professed by Divinity; SELF, CONDITIONAL LOVE is professed by evil.” –foodforthespiritualsoul
When it comes to love, it is a language that is understood by all creations living, both great and small. Animals in the wild understand this; nature from the trees to plants that grow in the forests, grasslands, and even the swamplands; as well as human beings understand this. Divinity’s ways are universal. Whether the creature or creation is good or evil; parasitic or symbiotic; or predator or prey, love of an unconditional kind, that is selfless is nature is understood by all. Love of a sacrificial kind is understood by all, it is a universal act, that invokes an universal feeling of healing, happiness, and even love itself, that draws away hate and darkness, and brings in light to a soul.
Divinity has a reason or purpose as to why it expresses Itself and Its ways in a universal manner, so that ALL have the opportunity to experience love, in its purest form, and to have a chance to find their way to Divinity’s Eternal Paradise, in the very Throne Room of God, the Father of Creation (Devum, Yahweh, Jehovah), an Eternal Paradise that is filled with Eternal Peace, Unconditional Love, Nonviolence, and Mercy. It is this selfless, unconditional love, that Jesus Christ (Yeshu Christu, Yeshuay, Yeshua) showed humanity on the Cross, at Calvary. It was sacrificial in nature, that even the animals in the wild, demonstrate and understand themselves. The Son of God, walked this earth, in order to show humanity, one final time, what God expects of us, as we roam this earth, in order to become one in the Body of Christ, and enter into the Eternal Throne Room of God, the Father of all Creation. While Jesus Christ (Yeshua, Yeshuay, Yeshu Christu) roamed this earth, as the Son of God, he showed us ways that conformed to the Divine Laws of Love: ways of Nonviolence, Unconditional Love, and Mercy.
So coming to the title of this entry. Love is very much “expressed” in this day and age; but many no longer know what it truly means. Many feel that love can be expressed in many ways. This is probably why Jesus Christ (Yeshu Christu, Yeshuay, Yeshua) expressed that we should be in equally yoked relationships. What does it mean to be equally yoked? Well, does anyone remember the story of Samson and Delilah?
Samson was a godly man, that was given immense strength, through the length of his hair, to which the God’s Angel had instructed to his mother, upon the time of his conception, in her womb. This immense strength was seen to be a gift from God, the Father of Creation; and Samson was to obey God in not cutting his hair. Samson loved God, with all of his being. But then he fell in love with Delilah, and she had other plans for him….plans to break his devotion and love for God, the Father of Creation. She was a distraction to his service to God, the Father, and in his path towards His Eternal Kingdom. She wanted to bring Samson away from God, and to serve her purpose. Samson loved Delilah, with a pure love, that was dictated by the Divine Laws of Love, and God, the Father of Creation’s (Devum, Yahweh, Jehovah) guidance as to what He dictates Unconditional, Selfless love should be. Delilah loved Samson, in the conditional way, to serve her purpose. So what happened to Samson, out of his love for Delilah, which was pure in nature? Delilah’s purpose was to find out the source of his strength; after being asked by the Phillistines and being given some silver for her efforts in doing so; with several times of insisting of revealing it to her, he gave in out of his love and trust for Delilah, and in his sleep has a servant cut his hair off that very same night. Samson does break his promise to God, and loses his God given strength. Samson immediately realizes his fault in front of God, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and pleads with God one final time to forgive him, and to return his strength to him. In his final moments on this earth, he dies while destroying the Temple in Dagon and the people within it. Being unequally yoked will eventually cause the Child of God to be compromised, by being roped into the ways of this world, to which God, the Father of Creation (Devum, Yahweh, Jehovah) has said, that His Ways of the Eternal Paradise, Divine Laws of Love, are not a part of. When God has revealed a window to His Infinite Wisdom to His Eternal Kingdom to someone, that individual to be granted to sight through that window has already been held to a different standard to those that have not. They view the world the way God, the Father of Creation (Devum, Yahweh, Jehovah) views the world. They are given responsibility to uphold His Ways of the Divine Laws of Love, while roaming this earth. He handpicks people, to reveal his knowledge to, those of whom He sees in the inner depths of their hearts and souls, have their eyes towards His Eternal Kingdom, in the privacy of their lives, and how much they yearn for Him. They are not perfect people in His Divine Laws of Love, however, they answer to the urgings and guidance of the Holy Spirit, to cut the ties to the ways of this world, to which they fell prey to, to which they know from the knowledge revealed to them through their testimonies, where He (Devum, Yahweh, Jehovah) says His Ways do not conform to the ways of this world. This is why Christ states that we should not be in unequally yoked relationships, through the example of Samson, and many others.
People take this lightly because they allow the human heart to dictate their thoughts, actions, and words. God, the Father of Creation (Devum, Yahweh, Jehovah) knows this….however, He warns us:
The human heart is easily influenced with the human senses, which can be easily manipulated by evil. Evil wants you to immediately act on what the human senses tell you: while God’s Infinite Wisdom is provided to those who patiently wait for Him to reveal it to them, and ask for His Guidance in their daily lives.
There is no “I” in Love. As the title states. We should love ourselves enough to understand that God loves us unconditionally to the point of giving us the chance in our daily lives to just come to Him, to see it for ourselves. God’s ways are universal to the point that it is demonstrated and universally felt. Love is not expressed in multiple ways. Evil would like for humanity to believe this, in order to creep in to cause chaos and confusion into God’s purity, in His Love for humanity. God’s Love is selfless and sacrificial in nature; to give to others, and to put others before themselves. This is what Jesus Christ (Yeshu Christu, Yeshuay, Yeshua) showed us through His Life, and Death on the Cross, at Calvary.