The systems of our body should be considered and also included with our reflection of the first verse below.
Lust and passion can also be associated with any unfavorable character or knowingly continued unhealthy habitual traits, etc.
• What or who, are the members of our own physical body or being?
• Each of us has stewardship over their own body, what direction are you taking yours?
We don’t know about you, but we certainly know we have work to do.
And in some shape or form various maintenance-work will be necessary for the rest of our life's too on this vehicle called body, that has been made available as the temple of the Holy Spirit, when we accepted Christ.
We would be fooling ourselves to think otherwise.
Imperfect as we are, we can only say: “Thank God, it is not law over us as believers in Christ, but His grace and forgiveness that has been made available to us.”
And as we can truly receive and except this we can then begin to understand how His grace and forgiveness that was made available to us, can be extend through us to others in our life.
More peace and harmony in our life inward and outward. Amen!
“Therefore do not let sin reign in your mortal body so that you obey its lusts and passions. Do not go on offering members of your body to sin as instruments of wickedness. But offer yourselves to God [in a decisive act] as those alive [raised] from the dead [to a new life], and your members [all of your abilities—sanctified, set apart] as instruments of righteousness [yielded] to God. For sin will no longer be a master over you, since you are not under Law [as slaves], but under [unmerited] grace [as recipients of God’s favor and mercy].”
Romans 6:12-14 (AMP version)
“Therefore if anyone is in Christ [that is, grafted in, joined to Him by faith in Him as Savior], he is a new creature [reborn and renewed by the Holy Spirit]; the old things [the previous moral and spiritual condition] have passed away. Behold, new things have come [because spiritual awakening brings a new life].”
2 Corinthians 5:17 (AMP version)
We have lately enjoyed the Amplified Bible (AMP),
an English language translation of the Bible that offers helpful and more in depth inserts.
Forgiving ourselves is important to complete the healing and to no longer give the enemy a foothold.
Some people say it is not right or important to forgive yourself, we so disagree.
Unless you also forgive yourself for allowing the enemy access to parts of the members of your body, you’re not ready to move on to new plateaus.
In both Mark 12:31 and Leviticus 19:18, it reads ”Love your neighbor as you love yourself”...., but what if you can’t love yourself quite yet?
There are three vital relationships in every persons life, influencing health and wellbeing;
The relationship with our God
(We all have one. What's number 1. in your life?)
The relationship with ourself
The relationship with others in our life's
Remember that old feeling of guilt and self-condemnation?
So then finally quit any potential self guilting and condemnation, consider it sent from the enemy to stop you in your tracks.
If it’s not evoking repentance by seeking forgiveness in order to move on in a healthy way and then enabling you to recognize and steer clear of “that trap” when it comes around again (...and it very well may), what’s the point?
Do you enjoy feeling self-guilt and condemnation?
Drop it already! And keep dropping it when you' tempted to pick it up again.
Instead any of us should ask God for what we need in moving onward in a healthy way in all applicable areas of our life’s and then start with expectance in the aim of looking up and forward to Him do so.
Ready to receive and not missing any of His many directional clues along the way.
“Seek and your will find…”, is part of Matthew 7:7
Patience with yourself and others, as God has been patient with each of us too.
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In this increasingly contradicting and twisted worldly world, we often forget that the truth is,
“Love does no wrong to others.” Romans 13:10
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Silke De Oca, owner of Connective Wellbeing
Health & Healing
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