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Satan Will Always Try to Discredit God’s Children: This is Why Jesus Christ Said, “The Last on this Earth Will Be the First; and the First Will Be the Last to Enter God’s Kingdom.”


As we have seen through the many Prophets that walked before us, they did not gain the acceptance of their peers, the times they roamed the earth. In fact, the things that they said, wrote, and even preached, were often things that made them outcasts in society, and often gave them a rather difficult life. However, due to the conviction of the Holy Spirit that made them say and write about things of the Eternal Kingdom of God, their surrounding earthly circumstances (to which Satan can manipulate for his evil purpose) did not stop them from doing so.

If we have answered the call to enter the path towards the Eternal Kingdom of God, we must remember this. More importantly it is important to become Prayer Warriors. It is a Spiritual War that we are in as Humanity against Evil. Evil’s agenda is to take us further away from Divinity, to which it was originally created to be. The spiritual warfare that we are in requires us to have spiritual tools that will help us to combat evil, and this is by tapping into our connection with God, the Father of Creation. This was reestablished through the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. That means by covering ourselves with the Blood of Jesus Christ (since He was the Sacrificial Lamb for Humanity to God) and praying we tap into that relationship. This requires a dedication, that will demand us to spend as much time as possible with God, the Father. The closer we get in our paths towards the Eternal Kingdom, we will begin to see the world, the way God, the Father views the world and its ways. God did instruct Humanity that His Ways do not conform to the ways of the world, but are beyond them. Therefore, as God’s Children, we will face great trial through which Satan and His Demons will throw at us, in order to get us off of the path….to discredit us in front of those that started to listen to God’s Children. Should this stop God’s Children from praying and finding their way back towards the path to the Eternal Kingdom……NO! We should continue marching on, like God’s Soldiers, with Jesus Christ as our Commander in Chief, who guides us through the Holy Spirit, in following the Divine Laws of Love of the Eternal Kingdom.

If the life was easy, then everyone would do it. If it was easy, the Jesus Christ would have said that the path is WIDE to enter the gates of Heaven; and only a few do not make it to being the Presence of God and His Throne Room. Instead, He states,” Narrow is the path…” and “to take up your Cross and follow Me….”. Do not get discourage my fellow brothers and sisters. Remember the many Prophets…remember the Life and Death of our Commander in Chief Himself, Jesus Christ! We are called to a “difficult” earthly life. We should only take it as a privilege that we are called to take part in sufferings, to understand that if Christ Jesus, Himself, was not exempt from such earthly trials as He roamed the earth, then who are we to think that we are any better than He, to lead a life free of trials? We must grow stronger in our faith, just like those that walked before us, through Prayer, Fasting, and reading the Word of God. When we grow stronger in our faith, we will begin to see things of this world differently, and we will be able to discern the deception of evil.



The Cup of Suffering

cupofsuffering   When we think of Jesus Christ, Yeshuay, Yeshu Christu….what comes to mind, especially during this Season? When we think of the suffering that Jesus Christ endured for all of Mankind, do we not think that we may undergo suffering in the earthly sense, if we call ourselves servants of the Father of Creation, who says His Ways are not of the world’s ways, but beyond them? The Cup of Suffering. What does this mean to you? If the Son of God, Yeshu Christu, was not exempt from suffering earthly trials and temptations, what makes you think that you are? If God says His Ways are not of the world’s; why do you think that His Blessings conform to the ways of this world? Why do you think His Discipline, to us as His Children, does?

Those who are bound and defined by the world’s ways do not understand the way of life to that of the Eternal Kingdom. In fact, such a person who demonstrates this way of life is mocked and persecuted, in the worldly sense. However, was it not advised to us that we should, “fear not whom that can kill the physical body; but whom can kill the soul thereafter….” If you look at anyone that was a disciple of God’s Divine Laws of Unconditional Love, Nonviolence, and Mercy, we see that they were not accepted by the worldly standards of a person. In fact, they were often outcasted, and led a very humble life. The spirit of such a person, can be felt from miles to km’s away, due to the love and kindness that they exude from their souls which are rooted in the Divine Holy Spirit, and His Guidance. Such love can not be denied, even by the coldest of hearts. Such a soul’s ways are not understood by those who define themselves by the world’s ways. Such souls are not defined by their flawed human nature. But yet these souls continue to perservere, just as the many of those who walked before.

Our sufferings on this earth, which are the result of following, faithfully, the Will of God for our life, is what God will see all of these mistreatings, as the injustice to which will one day bow down to Jesus Christ, when He returns. The more we allow for the Scripture to take root within us, the more we will see that the things that are valued in this world, are nothing in value, in comparison, to those which are of great value in the Eternal Kingdom of the Father of Creation. The Cup of Suffering. If Jesus Christ, as God’s Son, was not exempt, how could we expect the same of our lives. As God’s Son, He came to live here in the poorest and most humble of earth’s circumstances, when He could have come to the richest of earthly circumstances…but He didn’t. This is the extent to which God, the Father of Creation went through to show us that the things of great value in this world, have no meaning or value in His Eyes, and in His Eternal Kingdom. They are of no reflection of either. If they were, He would have made His Son’s life, trial and temptation free….and given Him an earthly life of that of the King that He is. But did not do so.

The Cup of Suffering. Through this, God shows us that it is the refinement of the soul within each vessel (that we call the body) that is of most value. This refinement comes from going against the grain of the ways of this world; and to follow God’s Divine Laws of Unconditional Love, Mercy, and Nonviolence. It requires of us to endure the ridicule and persecution that will come from souls that are lost from the Path to the Eternal Kingdom, because they can not comprehend what it means to lead a life dedicated in demonstrating the Unconditional Love to which Jesus Christ demonstrated on the Cross, at Calvary.

The Cup of Suffering. Remember what Jesus Christ endured, willingly, for the sake carrying out God, the Father of Creation’s Will, for Mankind.