reply to post by WashMoreFeet
I was a little confounded by your delivery in attesting to the wider scope of my efforts within this avenue (and in how I was to measure my response
to you as a result). I was then relieved when our Father provided response by the following unsought Inspired word brought forth on my behalf. He is
my Bearer, and I bear the courage of my convictions instilled when pressed to deliver Word in Accordance.
2 Corinthians 5:9-11 (Complete Jewish Bible)
"Therefore, whether at home or away from home, we try our utmost to please him; for we must all appear before the Messiah’s court of judgment, where
everyone will receive the good or bad consequences of what he did while he was in the body. So it is with the fear of the Lord before us that we try
to persuade people. Moreover, God knows us as we really are; and I hope that in your consciences you too know us as we really are."
2 Corinthians 6 (Complete Jewish Bible)
"As God’s fellow-workers we also urge you not to receive his grace and then do nothing with it. For he says,“At the acceptable time I heard you;
in the day of salvation I helped you.”
"We try not to put obstacles in anyone’s path, so that no one can find fault with the work we do. On the contrary, we try to commend ourselves in
every way as workers for God by continually enduring troubles, hardships, calamities, beatings, imprisonments, riots, overwork, lack of sleep and
food. We commend ourselves by our purity, knowledge, patience and kindness; by the Holy Spirit; by genuineness of love and truthfulness of speech; and
by God’s power. We commend ourselves through our use of righteous weapons, whether for pressing our cause or defending it; through being honored and
dishonored, praised and blamed, considered deceptive and sincere, unknown and famous. And we commend ourselves as God’s workers headed for death,
yet look! we’re alive! as punished, yet not killed; as having reason to be sad, yet always filled with joy; as poor, yet making many people rich; as
having nothing, yet having everything."
A positive intention is recognized, and thank you for the fruit you have borne time and time again in Good Spirit.
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